The following is a list of all forthcoming meetings of the West Berkshire branch of CAMRA. Some are 'social' meetings, lively and friendly occasions where we enjoy a few beers; others are 'branch' meetings, which are slightly more formal and where we discuss beer and pubs issues. Unless stated, our meetings are open to all-comers - and new members are particularly welcome!
Unless otherwise stated, meetings start at 20:00.
|7:30. Fri 23 Feb 2018||Branch Social, Sweeney Todds, Reading
Arrival soon after 7.30pm to order from table at 8pm.
Itinerary for earlier pub visits prior to arrival see below.
|Sweeney Todds, Castle Street, Reading||*** SOLD OUT ***Bookings are closed.Due to the interest in this Social Event all places have been allocated.|
Early arrivers itinerary
For those able and willing to visit a few pubs before the Sweeneys Social here is the additional itinerary:-
Arrive Reading Station 17:36 (17:02 train from Newbury) then visit...
|19:30 Wed 21 Mar 2018
Note date change due to
|Branch Social - Hungerford||Start at Hungerford Club||Meet at Hungerford Club at 19:30 where the remainder of the route will be decided.|
|Wed 4 April 2018||Branch Meeting||Wheatsheaf, Thatcham|
|14:30 Fri 20 April 2018||Branch Social - Newbury Racecourse Beer Festival||Newbury Racecourse||Meet point TBD|
|Fri 4 May 2018||Branch Social - Reding Beer Festival||Reading Beer Festival||Meet outside CAMRA book stand at 19:00 and 20:00|
|19:30 Mon 21 May 2018||Branch Social - Pie & Pint||Catherine Wheel, Newbury||Meet 19:30|
|Sat 3 Mar 2018||East London Ale Trail||A 5 mile crawl of East London pubs and taprooms starting at Whitechapel Station and ending at Hackney Wick. All distances between stops are 0.6 miles or less except for the final segment between Victoria Park and Hackney Wick which is 0.9 miles. For those who prefer a shorter walk, the trail may be cut short at Hackney Central (2.7 miles). Either way, there are few viable bus and train options along the route therefore attendees should be prepared to walk the whole way.||Register (FREE)|
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