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27 What real ale related organisations exist?




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This article is from the Real Ale FAQ, by with numerous contributions by Brett Laniosh others.

27 What real ale related organisations exist?

Campaign for Real Ale:
(email:camra@camra.org.uk)
230 Hatfield Rd., St Albans Herts AL1 4LW, UK.
(http://www.camra.org.uk/)
With over 50,000 members, CAMRA the Campaign For Real Ale is the UK's
biggest and most well known real ale organisation. CAMRA runs beer
festivals including Britain's biggest the Great British Beer Festival and
produces the Good Beer Guide. Members receive a monthly newspaper "What's
Brewing". CAMRA's heart is its numerous local branches.

The Society for the Preservation of Beers from the Wood.
(email:gcanny@harlequins.win-uk.net)
'Four Winds', 70 Chalfont Road, Seer Green, Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire
(http://www.spbw.com)
This is Britain's oldest real ale organisation with similar aims to CAMRA
but on a much smaller scale.

The Independent Imbiber. PO Box 2748, Brighton, BN1 3NU A bi- monthly
publication for those seeking out real ales produced by independent
breweries.

 

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