The best pubs in Britain, as judged by the Campaign for Real Ale, have been released to mark the launch of The Good Beer Guide 2016.
The “unstoppable” British craft beer boom means the country now has the best range of beers in the world, according to the editor of the Camra Good Beer Guide.
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.
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