For almost 50 years, CAMRA have been putting the “pint” into print.
During that time we have published many books and articles by a range of well known beer writers. Here are a few of them below.
Jessica Boak is a beer writer and blogger and as part of a beer writing duo Boak&Bailey has published several books on beer including 20th Century Pub and Brew Britannia: The Strange rebirth of British beer.
Jessica is also a contributor to CAMRA’s Beer magazine and her most recent article focuses on Women and Beer and explores the misnomer that beer is perceived as solely a “man’s drink“. You can read the full article in the link below.
Currently the Chairman of the Beer Writer’s Guild and editor of CAMRA’s What’s Brewing newspaper and BEER magazine. Author 101 Beer Days Out, London’s Best Pubs, The 50 Greatest Beers in the World, Haynes Beer Manual, London Riverside Pubs, London’s Best Bars, The Beer Book, published by Dorling Kindersley.
Andy is a beer blogger, home brewer and owner of fledgling Berkshire based microbrewery Elusive Brewing. He has previously appeared on ITV’s The Alan Titchmarsh Show, demonstrating and discussing the rise in popularity of home brewing and was named winner of the The Craft Beer Co. National Home Brewing Awards in 2014.
Adrian has been writing books since 2002 when he started with West Country Ales — since then his books have included The Big Book of Beer , Great British Pubs, Britain’s Beer Revolution (co-written with Roger Protz), World Bottled Beers, London and his latest, The Seven Moods of Craft Beer in which he asserts that beers have their own mood that can match the drinker’s.
James grew up in a West Country pub, The Anchor Inn, Oldbury-Upon-Severn, near Bristol, which his parents still own.
In 2015 he toured his stand-up show, James Dowdeswell’s Perfect Pub in Australia, The Edinburgh Fringe and festivals all over the UK. In the show James outlined the problems facing pubs and asked the audience to suggest what they wish to have in their perfect pub.
Des de Moor
Beer writer and reviewer since 2002, UK compiler for Pocket Beer Book, regular contributor to BEER, contributor to Beer Advocate, londonist.com, Time Out etc, tutored tasting host (including BBC Good Food, Ludlow Food Festival, Borough Market, Great British Beer Festival), experienced international beer judge
Author of more than 20 books on beer, including 300 Beers To Try Before You Die. Columnist for What’s Brewing and BEER and contributor to All About Beer (US). Twice winner of Glenfiddich Drink Writer of the Year. Lifetime Achievement Awards from the Guild and the Society of Independent Brewers.
Tim Webb is one of the UK’s leading writers about beer, enjoying a worldwide reputation for his knowledge of Belgian, British and German beer styles and the craft and traditional beer revival of the last 40 years.
Thirty years of beer writing experience and professional journalistic standards. I have judged beer competitions in countries as varied as the USA, Poland, Russia, Brazil, Italy, Germany, Netherlands and Belgium.
Daniel is a journalist, magazine editor and publisher of Original Gravity%, the first free independent craft beer publication. He’s a hopelessly amateur home-brewer who makes up for the lack of skill with enthusiasm.
Bob is a geographer by profession and has been a teacher for much of his life. Apart from a lifelong interest in good beer and good architecture, he is a keen walker, cyclist and organic gardener. He has been a trustee of BioRegional, the sustainable development charity and a committee member of his local civic society. He is author of five other titles in CAMRA’s Pub Walks series and has written many magazine and newspaper articles.
Katie is the Senior Communications manager for CAMRA. She is also a freelance beer writer, blogger and member of the Guild of Beer Writers.
Katie’s most recent blog covers alchohol-free beers with a wide range of styles to suit even the most ardent drinker. Katie is also a regular contributor to CAMRA’s award winning quarterly Beer magazine.
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