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Rugby and beer – the perfect union

This week at the Great British Beer Festival our Senior Communications Manager Katie Wiles had the opportunity to sit down with two ex-rugby players T...

Wet-led pub’s dilemma

The Covid pandemic continues to throw a long shadow over the embattled British pub. And it’s “wet-led” pubs that are feeling most of the pain – that’s...

PUBlic Affairs round up June 2022

In a regular series for WB Online, the CAMRA Campaigns Team shares the work that has been going on across Westminster, the devolved parliaments and lo...

Celebrate Pride in the best pubs

As part of CAMRA’s Summer of Pub campaign to promote pub-going over the warmer months while celebrating our first summer without restrictions, the Cam...

Champion brewer blown away by ‘whirlwind of problems'

The closure of Kelham Island brewery in Sheffield – famous for its Pale Rider beer – has sent shock waves through the industry and the ranks of beer l...

Countdown to flagship fest begins

There are just 100 days to go until the Great British Beer Festival opens its doors boasting more than 1,000 British and international beers, ciders,...

PUBlic Affairs Round Up – April 2022

In a regular series for WB Online, the CAMRA Campaigns team shares the work done across Westminster, the devolved parliaments and local government in...

PUBlic Affairs round up October 2021

Parliaments across the UK have returned from Summer recess, and the Campaigns Team are working flat out ahead of the Westminster Budget later this mon...

London beer after lockdown

Author Des de Moor says the lockdown may be over but the long-term impact on pubs and bars is unclear.

PUBlic Affairs round up September 2021

It may have been summer recess for parliamentarians across the UK, but that didn’t mean the work stopped for ministers, civil servants, or the CAMRA C...


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