Scotland and Northern Ireland

Natural Selection back with Buck Wild

Natural Selection Brewing, the scheme which provides Heriot-Watt brewing students with the chance to create, brew and market their own beer, is back a...

First Belfast Beer Week kicks off

CAMRA Northern Ireland’s first Belfast Beer Week launches today to showcase the best local, small and independent breweries in the city and nearby. Th...

On a visit to another branch

During a recent visit to Dumfries and Galloway I picked up a Spring 2022 copy of Full Pints, the award-winning magazine of the Ayrshire & Wigtownshire...

Heineken axes historic Callie

Edinburgh’s Caledonian brewery is to be axed by Heineken, ending more than 150 years of brewing that included winning Champion Beer of Britain with De...

Glasgow’s real ale festival is back

Glasgow’s Real Ale Festival will return in June after a three-year Covid hiatus at the Briggait in the Merchant City from 16-18 June. It is the sevent...

Heaven and hell in the Highlands

The bad news was after more than 400 miles aboard four trains and a tiny Highland ferry,the most remote pub on mainland Britain was shut. The good new...

Double win for island brewery

The Highlands and Western Isles branch recently presented Orkney brewery with two awards after Dark Island won silver  in this year’s Champion Beer of...

Rugby club celebrates centenary win

Ardrossan Academicals Rugby Club scooped Ayrshire & Wigtownshire branch Club of the Year award for the first time crowning its centenary year celebrat...

Fyne start to year for Scotland’s finest

Argyll-based farm brewery Fyne Ales is celebrating winning CAMRA's Champion Beer of Scotland title with its flagship ale Jarl. Fyne Ales MD Jamie Delp...

Haggis beer for Burns night

A haggis-flavoured beer was created to celebrate Burns night Flavourly partnered with Scotland's most popular haggis maker Macsween, to produce the li...


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