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The Good Beer Guide is a book published annually by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) listing what it considers to be the best cask ale outlets (pubs, clubs, and off licences) in the United Kingdom. Great British Beer Festival. The Great British Beer Festival (GBBF) is an annual beer festival organised by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA). It presents a selection of cask ales and other alcoholic drinks from the UK and beyond. The festival is also home to the Champion Beer of Britain awards and is held in August of each year. He announced in autumn 2017 that the 2018 Guide would be his last.
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Home All Categories Travel Books Good Beer Guide 1996 (Campaign For Real Ale). ISBN13: 9781852490089. Good Beer Guide 1996 (Campaign For Real Ale). ISBN13:9781852490089. Release Date:January 1995. Publisher:Campaign For Real Ale. Weight:1. 00 lbs. Related Subjects.
BeerAdvocate Founders (17,678) Aug 23, 1996 Massachusetts. The UK-based organization CAMRA champions the sale of cask-conditioned real ale. And every year, Edinburgh-native and CAMRA chairman Colin Valentine crosses the pond to attend the New England Real Ale Exhibition. Read the full article: Colin Valentine, Chairman, Campaign for Real Ale. BeerAdvocate, May 2, 2011.
The Good Beer Guide is a book published annually by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) listing what it considers to be th. .Each branch is allocated a number of entries which may be included in the guide. As each branch is given autonomy to decide which pubs (and other outlets) to enter and which to leave out, there is considerable variation from area to area, depending on the involvement and interests of the local members.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) hosted the event as part of their regular beer festival in the town. The Winding Wheel, previously an Odeon Cinema, is a multi-purpose venue, hosting concerts, exhibitions, conferences, dinners, family parties, dances, banquets, wedding receptions, meetings, product launches and lectures. Since its establishment in 2002, the brewery has received numerous awards at Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) festivals and others. The brewery owns three pubs in Powys: two in Brecon and one in Llangynidr. In Britain, the Campaign for Real Ale was founded in 1971 to protect traditional - unpressurised beer and brewing methods. The group devised the term real ale to differentiate between beer served from the cask and beer served under pressure.