Trying new beers in half-pint measures rather than the typical full pint is now the preferred way for British drinkers, signalling a move away from high-volume consumption.
A new initiative aimed at slowing the rate of pub closures in the UK has been unveiled by Camra and community pubs minister Marcus Jones MP.
CAMRA has launched a fresh initiative in a bid to halt the closure of UK pubs, which are shutting their doors at a rate of 29 every week.
Tesco has launched its first own-label “Bottled Conditioned” Golden Ale, which will be accompanied by Camra design cues on shelf.
The Campaign for Real Ale has voted against a motion to officially oppose fracking, the controversial gas extraction process that critics say can harm water supplies.
The Campaign for Real Ale is to debate a motion opposing “fracking”, the controversial gas extraction technique, at its annual conference this week.
The Chancellor George Osborne will “definitely” cut duty on beer for the third year in a row when he announces the UK Budget later this month, according to reports.
The Labour party has “out-Ukipped” UKIP, with five-times as many of its election candidates pledging support for community pubs than its famously beer-loving rivals.
One Direction has forced the Campaign for Real Ale to cancel its annual beer and cider festival in Wales after booking a last minute gig on the same day in Cardiff.
CAMRA has strengthened its calls for a beer tax cut “hat-trick” as new research reveals that more than 1,000 pubs have been saved by two previous cuts.
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