Since lockdown, CAMRA has been busy trying to ensure that pubs and pub-goers remain a prominent consideration for the government. CAMRA has been campaigning to save and protect pubs and breweries as part of our Pulling Together campaign. We continue to lobby government and collaborate with industry partners while bringing in initiatives to support the industry such as Brew2You beer delivery app and The Red(On)Lion virtual pub.
The industry contributes over 900,000 jobs and over £23.6bn to the UK economy annually. Pubs are at the heart of our history and heritage, and one of our great British instituitons – we must act now to secure their future. CAMRA membership is vital to enable us to continue to be an effective lobbying organisation for all beer and pub lovers.
This Save Pubs, Join CAMRA poster can be downloaded by clicking here
For more details about a variety of CAMRA campaigns click here
Since November 2020, Jymi Plumer, has been collaborating with breweries in Berkshire to select eight beers per month for delivery exclusively to the county’s beer lovers.
The eight breweries for each month are selected in advance and shown on the website. However, recipients still get a surprise when opening the box to see which beers are included. This choice is based on Jymi’s discussions with the breweries and some beers may not be selected until the last moment as this is dependent on availability.
There will be a variety of styles and strengths so it is a good way to try some quality beers that you might otherwise miss.
The box may also include extras like beer mats or bonus items.
The Berkshire Beer Box website explains that there is a start and end date for placing an order for delivery on a specific Friday-Sunday period.
Payment (initially £25 per box) is taken using PayPal Checkout that can accept credit / debit cards.
The contents of past boxes can be viewed on the website. Beers from breweries in West Berkshire in the first two boxes included: Indigenous Brewery (Ammo Belle, Double Warp); West Berkshire Brewery (Good Old Boy, Renegade Lager); Butts (Golden Brown); Wild Weather Ales (Shepherds Warning).
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