CAMRA

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CAMRA

(ˈkæmrə)
n acronym for
(Brewing) Campaign for Real Ale
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The Heavy Woollen branch of the Campaign for Real Ale has announced three new entries for the latest edition.
Here is the run down of pubs across Teesside that have made it into the guide by CAMRA - standing for the Campaign for Real Ale - which can be purchased for PS10 (RRP PS12.99) from the CAMRA website - https://shop.camra.org.uk/ - as well as in book shops and from online retailers.
Each year members of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) rate 250 pubs across the city for the quality of their beer.
It is popular with members of the Campaign for Real Ale, who say it has been hijacked by booozy groups in fancy dress.
The calculation by the Campaign for Real Ale came as the group toasted the booming success of the frothy pint.
The Campaign for Real Ale said there were now 800 breweries in the UK.
The survey involving 1,000 adults, for the Campaign for Real Ale (Camra), showed that one in two drinkers had tried real ale, a 15 per cent increase from last year.
A spokesman for the Campaign for Real Ale said: "Beer made in micro breweries is becoming very trendy."
Britain's Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has announced that it will seek to recruit gay and lesbian members to spread their message.
Consumer pressure group The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has launched its new web site.
end of the road for Hudders-field's campaign for real ale? National organisers of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, have announced they want to re-shape the organisation's future and may alter its focus from real ale in pubs.
The Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) is consulting its 177,000 members under a review, and could widen its remit to campaign on issues such as pub heritage and foreign beer.
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