East Anglia

Humpty Dumpty’s double top

It’s double top for the Humpty Dumpty brewery of Reedham as Big Sharpie as its 5 per cent premium pale ale has been named Champion Cask Ale of Norfolk...

Competition launched for Norwich festival logo

It’s back! Norwich & District branch has launched the competition to find the new logo for its 44th beer festival, which runs from 24-28 October. Fest...

Pandemic fails to stop fight to save village pub

Campaigners who rescued a Norfolk village pub during the coronavirus pandemic are the latest winners of CAMRA’s prestigious Pub Saving Award. The Blue...

Fight to save ‘national treasure’

CAMRA members in St Albans are leading a campaign to save a pub described as “a national treasure” as the first branch of the Campaign was formed ther...

CAMRA celebrates Adnams’ gold

Writes Andrea Briers East Anglian brewer Adnams, is celebrating being recognised as part of CAMRA’s 50th Anniversary celebrations.  Established in 189...

Popular city beer festival returns

After missing out last year, CAMRA volunteers are returning to St Andrews and Blackfriars Halls for the 43rd Norwich Beer Festival, which runs from 25...

Businessman visits 51 pubs in pursuit of world record  

Matt Ellis of St Neots, Cambridgeshire believes he has broken a world record by visiting 51 pubs in 24 hours. He is now collating the evidence and pap...

Museum showcases 50 years of CAMRA

CAMRA memorabilia has gone on show at St Albans museum. For the next few months, the Hertfordshire museum is hosting a small display marking the Campa...

CAMRA beer festivals return  

The festival season is finally upon us. After an almost two-year hiatus, the gathering of beer and  cider lovers is once again on the agenda. While we...

City’s real ale pubs festival launched

St Albans’ first festival of pubs is just weeks away and the milestone is being marked with the launch of a new website and a list of featured events....


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