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Going the extra ml

Misleading consumers is a serious matter, but that’s what I believe brewers are doing with their on pack measurements. Not that they are short changin...

Wetherspoon ‘can't compete with supermarkets on tax‘

Pubco JD Wetherspoons rails at  the ending of temporary cut in VAT on food as pubs prepare for non-lock down trading. The chancellor reduced VAT on fo...

CAMRA welcomes return of the authentic pub experience in England

Face masks will no longer be legally required and distancing rules will be scrapped at the final stage of England's Covid lockdown roadmap, Boris John...

Two Pints star’s brewery tour

Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps actor Will Mellor has thrown his weight behind a campaign to recognise the importance of Manchester’s herita...

BrewDog's sour taste

It was all going to be so refreshingly different – a brewery turning its back on “industrial lagers and stuffy ales” and offering bright new beers for...

Axed Strong Suffolk bounces back

Greene King has axed and then rapidly reinstated its heritage beer Strong Suffolk Ale. The demise of Strong Suffolk was signalled by the brewery’s qua...

Mad Wolf grabs top prize

Wolf brewery’s Mad Wolf has been crowned Norfolk’s top cask ale. Judges of the award organised by Norwich & District branch, described the at 4.7 per...

Stormont gives green light for taprooms in Northern Ireland

CAMRA’s plan for Northern Ireland’s (NI) breweries and cider makers to run taprooms is given the green light by politicians. The Campaign has welcomed...

Reflections on 50 years of campaigning

CAMRA is releasing 10 more “behind the scenes” insights from key moments in its history, as the organisation continues celebrating its 50th anniversar...

Young's tenanted pubs up for sale

Pub group Young & Co has planted for sale signs outside its tenanted pubs, many in prime London locations. In a statement to the London Stock Exchange...


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