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Historic city-centre pub reopens

The Grade II-listed Dun Cow in Sunderland city centre has reopened after being closed since the start of the pandemic. Just before the shutdown last ...

Still time to get involved in Cask Ale Week

Do your bit to back real ale by getting involved in Cask Ale Week, which starts on 23 September. Promoter Cask Marque’s Paul Nunny said: “If ever ther...

Beer week backs pubs and breweries

Stockport Beer Week is back for 2021 and organisers say they want people come out and support pubs and breweries. In conjunction with National Cask Al...

Brewers abhor a vacuum

We were supping fine beer from the Navigation Brewery in the Cross Keys in Nottingham and the man sitting next to me said that when he moved to the ci...

South Shields pub’s golden celebration

The Steamboat in South Shields is celebrating after being the only pub in the North-East to make CAMRA’s Golden 50 list, which recognises people. grou...

Buy local beer to beat shortages

Pubs could be facing  shortages of some national beer brands as delivery drivers prepare to go on strike. Draymen in the Unite union have voted to tak...

Beavertown pins hopes on pub venture

London-based brewer Beavertown Brewery will make its pub debut with the opening of the Corner Pin in Tottenham. Situated opposite The Tottenham Hotspu...

Best pub designs revealed

CAMRA has unveiled the winners of its 2020 Pub Design Awards, which aim to recognise the most impressive architecture, design and conservation in Brit...

Beer writers launch annual competition

CAMRA members who communicate about beer or pubs are invited to enter the Guild of Beer Writers’ annual awards. Last year’s awards were inevitably res...

Nominations open for CAMRA’s Pub Saving Award

Nominations are now open for CAMRA’s Pub Saving Award, which recognises communities or groups which have come together to save a pub that would have o...


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