CAMRA’s Good Beer Box

CAMRA has worked alongside industry professionals, beer writers and brewers to select beers for some limited quantity beer boxes. You can find out more about the selection panel here >>

SOLD OUT ! – The first Good Beer Box sold out within a few weeks and is already being dispatched.

The next selection of beer boxes includes The Champion Bottled beer of Britain and Modern British Beer and both of these come with an invitation to an online tasting session included. You can find out more about our online events here >>

Purchase your beer box below and join us online to celebrate the best British beers.

Tom Kerridge – excerpt from the foreword to The Good Beer Guide 2021

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The Good Beer Guide 2021

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50 years of CAMRA

A celebration of 50 years of the Campaign For Real Ale

The 50th anniversary biography of CAMRA written by Laura Hadland is available now!

Beer lovers can immerse themselves in a new biography of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), which promises to reveal its history, “warts and all”, as the campaigning organisation celebrates its 50th anniversary.

50 Years of CAMRA, by beer writer Laura Hadland, contains first-hand accounts from members and industry professionals, detailing the highs and lows of one of the world’s most successful consumer organisations. It is now available for pre-orders with copies officially available on CAMRA’s birthday, 16 March 2021.

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Campaigning for Pubs, Pints & People since 1971

CAMRA membership is your route into the world of real ale, cider and perry and protecting the great British pub!

Support our vital campaigns to save pubs, your pint and more, whilst enjoying exclusive member benefits, discounts and beer festivals.

Modern British Cider

by Gabe Cook aka The Ciderologist

Available to pre-order

£15.99 £14.99Buy Now

Cider is one of the world’s oldest drinks, with a heritage dating back at least 2,000 years. It has formed an integral part of the landscape, economy and culture of many rural parts of the UK for centuries.

Both beer and cider now face a new change in drinking landscape of Britain – the rise of ‘craft’ and modern, discerning drinkers with different needs, habits and spending opportunities.

Find out more here >>

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