'Inappropriate clues': CAMRA apologises for any offence caused by the publication of the crossword

CAMRA slammed for ‘racist’ crossword

By Nikkie Sutton

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has apologised after it was criticised on social media for the language used in one of its branch's publications.

Election hopeful: Nicholas Hair called for CAMRA to act as a 'disruptor' and called for an end to the tied pub system

CAMRA election hopeful targets increased political presence

By James Beeson

Nicholas Hair, regional young members' co-ordinator for the Kent branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) vowed to increase the organisation’s political influence as he seeks election to its national executive.

Big change: Colin Valentine (l) and Tim Page (r)

CAMRA bosses outline the organisation’s future

By Nicholas Robinson

A need to know the whereabouts of the Campaign For Real Ale’s (CAMRA) ‘mojo’ immediately intensified following the consumer organisation’s announcement last month that it plans to recognise all ‘good-quality’ beers and ciders, instead of focusing on cask...

A new look? CAMRA to ask members if they're happy with proposals

CAMRA ‘widens scope’ to cover all beers and outlets

By Nicholas Robinson

Beer and cider campaign group the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) will aim to broaden its reach to cover all “quality” beer and cider types, and will move its focus from traditional pubs to more on-trade outlets.

Doctor's orders: Pubs can learn about their customers through sociology

How sociology can help pubs understand their customers

By Phil Mellows

Doctor Tom Thurnell-Read is not a medical man, but he can help you with the health of your pub. Meet the sociologist whose research can teach publicans about their customers and their drinking culture.

Misunderstood: Protz insisted good work done by CAMRA's volunteers ought to be recognised

Roger Protz: CAMRA must embrace craft keg beer

By James Beeson

CAMRA Good Beer Guide editor Roger Protz has urged CAMRA to accept and support modern ‘craft keg’ beer, but insists the organisation remains “as relevant as it has ever been”.

Dispute: relations between Marble and CAMRA have deteriorated this year

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CAMRA issues response to Marble GBBF ‘blacklisting’ claims

By James Beeson

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) says it has found “no evidence” to back-up Manchester-based Marble brewery's claims its beers were blacklisted from The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) earlier this month. 

Snub: none of Marble's bottled or cask beers were at this year's GBBF

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CAMRA investigating Marble GBBF ‘blacklisting’ allegations

By James Beeson

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has confirmed it is investigating after Manchester brewery Marble penned an open letter to the organisation alleging its beers had been “blacklisted” from The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF).