Campaign for Real Ale
Research from the Campaign for Real Ale shows that the average cost of a pint in London is £5.20, and £3.50 in the rest of the UK.
Thanks to one of the craziest beer excise taxes in the world, craft brewers in the UK are being held back and the English pub, an icon of the culture, is dying at an alarming rate.
New research from Oxford University has found that living close to a pub can make you “significantly” happier.
Britain’s Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) organisation is often criticised for its sexist marketing campaigns and lack of diversity, but the Lesbian and Gay Real Ale Drinkers group is pushing for this to change.
Pubs in the UK are closing at a staggering rate, but no one seems to agree on exactly why.