The North Bedfordshire branch promotes the main aims of CAMRA and provides information about pubs, breweries and activities in this area. The core aims are the promotion of real ale, real cider and perry, and to promote pubs not just as places to drink but to highlight the important role they play at the heart of every community.
For more information about CAMRA click here for more information about the campaign, what real ale is and for details of current key campaigns.
North Bedfordshire Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale
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The North Bedfordshire Branch of The Campaign for Real Ale covers the County roughly North of the A507 and West of the A1/ B658.
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In the early 1970s CAMRA coined the term ‘real ale' to make it easy for people to differentiate between the bland processed beers being pushed by the big brewers and the traditional beers.For a full explanation of real ale read the article on the main CAMRA website
What is Real Ale?