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CAMRA urges candidates’ support for pubs, pints and consumer rights

CAMRA is making its mark in the 2024 General Election with the launch of its manifesto and e-lobby campaign. The Campaign is calling on its members to...

Multiple pub sales spark fears

The churn of pubs continues with the sale of two tranches of pubs by national companies, raising fears for consumer choice and the future of some tena...

Longer pub hours if home nations reach Euros semis

With the UEFA European Football Championship set to kick off next month, it has been announced that pubs will be allowed to serve alcohol later if Eng...

Campaign welcomes bottle deposit scheme

A UK-wide deposit return scheme has been welcomed by CAMRA as a way to protect a good choice of beer and cider. The UK and devolved governments have a...

Steel City retains real ale capital crown

Sheffield has retained its position as the real ale capital of the world, with the thriving brewing industry driving tourism and regeneration in the s...

'Cathedral of brewing’ fears realised

In early 2020, Carlsberg and Marston’s announced a joint venture, with the Danish corporation taking 60 per cent of the new Carlsberg Marston’s Brewin...

Government cash goes to community pubs

The UK government is to give several million pounds to help eight communities buy their pub. Successful bidders will be given a share of the Community...

No extra cash for pubs in Scottish Budget

CAMRA Scotland fears for the future of locals as community hubs, as there was no extra help for pubs in the Scottish Budget. CAMRA Scotland director S...

Follow the money

When Black Sheep brewery announced it was lining up administrators in May 2023, it showcased the dire market conditions the beer industry presently fi...

Does Ringwood’s demise prove cask is in decline?

The Carlsberg Marston’s tour of destruction rolls on with the beer-and-pubs juggernaut announcing the closure of its Ringwood plant in Hampshire. Six...


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