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real ale

, beer
any beer which is allowed to ferment in the cask and which when served is pumped up without using carbon dioxide
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Mr Hensby said: "The festival isn't just for real ale enthusiasts but for novices, too, and we now have men and women of all ages and backgrounds coming through the door.
Eight of the county's top rural pubs are taking part in Saturday's event, each of them offering punters a minimum of three different real ales to sample, with a total of 50 ales on the trail.
Small breweries in Huddersfield lead the way in real ale
We are delighted that the Co-operative shares our passion for local real ales and is now stocking three of our ales including our best-selling Welsh Pride.
It is fantastic to see more young people discovering and enjoying real ale - that old stereotype of real ale drinkers being in their dotage never was true, but now it's dead and buried.
Geoff Hughes' range of Welsh real ales at the Red Lion proved a roaring success with rugby fans
Roger Protz, editor of Camra's Good Beer Guide, said: "The quality of real ale has never been better.
John Holland (chairman of Camra's clubs committee), who concedes that other courses might have come on stream since the survey was carried out, is anxious that more racegoers, rather than just Camra members who go racing, be aware of which racecourses sell real ale.
Ms Cole, who made her name as a journalist and presenter on the BBC and Sky News, is at the forefront of an increasingly influential movement of female real ale fans.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is hosting the 34th Newcastle Beer and Cider Festival this month.
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.
Stimulate ideation from best practice examples specifically from the craft & real ale industry, with supporting consumer, product and market insight