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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. 

Crafty: Beer Hawk launches bespoke beer website

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Craft beer growth relies on wholesalers becoming easier to use

By Nicholas Robinson

Craft beer penetration will never increase dramatically unless wholesalers become more flexible and easier for the on-trade to use, Beer Hawk’s head of trade Russ Clarke told The Morning Advertiser.

Next move: licensees reveal what CAMRA should be doing in the next 12 months

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What licensees want from CAMRA

By James Beeson

Campaigning to further reduce beer duty and improving education around cellar management are just two things pub landlords want to see the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) do more of in the future.  

Snubbed: None of Marble's range of beers will appear at this year's GBBF

Manchester brewery hits out at GBBF snub

By James Beeson

One of Manchester’s leading cask breweries has been told its beers “are not good enough” to appear at this year’s Great British Beer Festival (GBBF), according to its head brewer. 

New look: Harvey's Brewery at the Great British Beer Festival


GBBF: Harvey's reveals new look

By Nikkie Sutton

East Sussex brewery Harvey's unveiled its new look at the start of the Great British Beer Festival yesterday (9 August).