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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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The Cricketers, in South Street, became the only pub in the county to have made the milestone when it was listed in the 2018 Campaign for Real Ale (Camra) bible
The Birmingham branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has awarded The Inn on the Green, in Acocks Green, the title of Birmingham Pub of the Year for the third time.
The four will compete to be named club of the year in a prestigious competition run by the Campaign For Real Ale (Camra).
AThe Furness Building Society office will be renovated and converted into a venue selling real ale and pies.
uk/ realale), Facebook (Emley Real Ale Festival), and on Twitter (@ EmleyAleFest).
Today's real ale aficionados - and their numbers are swelling all the time - come in all shapes, sizes, ages and gender.
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.
Research carried out by the Cooperative shows how Britain has become a nation of real ale converts, with Brits now four times more likely to prefer the taste of real ale to mass-produced beers and 71% of drinkers saying it's important to find locally brewed varieties.
Joe Turner, The Co-operative's real ale buyer, said: "The popularity of Conwy Brewery's beers is impressive and, as a convenience retailer at the heart of the community, this is an important step in our commitment to offering more quality, locally sourced produce in our stores.
Around 28% of real ale drinkers are now aged between 18 to 34, a whopping 2.
I later found that they was another pub that sold real ale just a door away and again a very friendly and cosy pub.
We are excited to offer this new package to our consumers in Texas," said Brad Farbstein, Real Ale Brewing president.