Opinion

Opinion

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...

Problem drinking? Brits are actually quite moderate drinkers

As regular as a red London bus, another report has come trundling along about “problem drinking”. It repeats the media mantra that the Brits consume t...

What does the future hold for pubs and breweries post pandemic?

After more than a year with minimal trade, for some pubs, the next few months could be their last hurrah. Many of us have built up savings and, over t...

Running bitter gets an Indian twist

The India Pale Ale bandwagon gathers pace, writes Roger Protz Just when you thought there couldn’t be any further variations on the theme, new version...

Cask ale – the fight goes on

The future of real ale demands our continued vigilance, writes Roger Protz Some years ago a top man at a national brewery solemnly told me that all th...

History in a glass

When you visit breweries you are usually greeted by the warm and welcoming aromas of malt and hops, writes Roger Protz. The exception, back in the 198...

Behind the scenes of Pubs. Pints. People.

By Katie Wiles, podcast producer On 14 April, smack dab in the middle of the Covid-19 lockdown, CAMRA launched an inaugural podcast – Pubs. Pints. Peo...

Pubs are a people business

Pub doors might be open again buts it a different world inside and out says Steven Alton With pubs now beginning to reopen their doors to customers in...

Paradise postponed

This is the time when I would be packing my bags for a week at London Olympia. The Great British Beer Festival is the highlight of my working year and...

Merger threatens drinkers’ choice

What goes around, comes around…It’s fitting that, as CAMRA prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary next year, the case for an organisation represen...


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