Hello fellow real ale fans - welcome to the Plymouth CAMRA website!

The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) is an independent, voluntary organisation campaigning for real ale, community pubs and consumer rights. We now have over 180,000 members and have been described as the most successful consumer campaign in Europe. Visit the National CAMRA website CAMRA Home

At local level, CAMRA’s Plymouth branch has around 975 members and organises events to promote real ale, including regular social activities, day trips, brewery visits etc, as well as producing our popular Drake's Drinker magazine. We also have a South West Region website - please check it out CAMRA SOUTH WEST

Our “LocAle” scheme encourages pubs to stock at least one beer from a local brewery. This helps to reduce “beer miles”, boosts the local economy and creates an increased sense of local identity and pride – let’s celebrate what makes our region unique ! LocAle Scheme

Plymouth CAMRA Beer Festival 2016 - sorry, it's all over till next year !

Please check our Branch Beer Festival page for full details. Download the Beer And Cider List 2016 - all beer/cider is subject to availability.

Entry to the festival is £10.00, which includes glass, beer list and £6.00 beer tokens (£8.00 beer tokens for CAMRA members, NUS and Armed Forces).

Map of the South West branches and a more detailed map of the Plymouth CAMRA Branch area

Devon and Cornwall branch map Detailed branch area map

Twitter / CAMRA_Official

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  • Friday, 19:10 : Who will it be? @gndhudswell @sallyatham @StanfordArmsPub or The Swan with Two Necks #POTY
  • Friday, 19:05 : One week left until one of our four finalists is crowned CAMRA's National Pub of the Year.
  • Friday, 16:02 : The @CAMRAEquinox Festival is the last chance to send us your photos for the chance to win a book bundle!… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
  • Friday, 13:35 : The event is due to take place tomorrow at the Royal George Hotel, Perth, from 5.30-6.50pm @NeilBibby
  • Friday, 13:30 : CAMRA is due to speak on a panel at the @scottishlabour Party Conference with @NeilBibby on the need for pubco reform tomorrow afternoon