CAMRA - Campaign for Real Ale.


The CAMRA Logo.
For Good Beer Guide 2008 & 2009 members.

Pubsulike is pleased to feature all of the Good Beer Guide 2008 & 2009 Pubs in it's guide, easily identified by the CAMRA Logo.

To find a CAMRA accredited pub, use the Real Ale Pubfinder and specify Good Beer Guide 2008 or 2009 as a search option. All pubs that are currently listed in those guides will have the CAMRA Symbol showing against their Pubsulike entry.

The Campaign for Real Ale

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is an independent, voluntary, consumer organisation based in St. Albans, England, whose main aim is promoting real ale and the traditional British pub. It is now the largest single-issue consumer group in the UK.

CAMRA has over 83,000 members as of January 2009. Member benefits include a monthly newsletter, "What's Brewing", and reduced price admission to CAMRA-organised beer festivals.

CAMRA is organised on a federal basis, with numerous independent local branches each covering a particular geographical area of the UK, that contribute to the central body of the organisation based in St Albans.

CAMRA has established influence at national government level, including with English Heritage, and has been designated by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry as a "super-complainant" to the Office of Fair Trading.

For more information please visit the CAMRA Campaign for Real Ale Website.