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- 1st Osnabrück Beer Fest
- Pubs of the Year 2014
Derby CAMRA Articles
Beer and Food - Some suggestions for visitors to Derby
Derby CAMRA Pub of the Year 2016
MILD in MAY and SUMMER ALE TRAIL 2016
The Derby Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Pubs of the Year for 2015.
There are times when you hope that Dr Who will show up in his Tardis to whisk you back to an earlier date. This happened recently when I was drinking an excellent pint of Atom Blend 1 Camomile in a pub in York. My destination, please D
Mild in May 2014 The Mild and Ale Trail
This year the Mild in May promotion is joining up with the promotion of the Summer Beer Festival to give you a trail through 22 of our local establishments. The trail will run through Ma&
1st Osnabrück Beer Festival 2014
Derby's twin city, Osnabrück, will hold its first beer festival from 13th to 15th June 2014 in the Market Place (Marktplatz).
The Derby Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has selected its Pubs of the Year for 2014.
The City Pub of the Year is the Exeter Arms on Exeter Place in Derby with the runner-up being the Furnace Inn on Duke Street.
The Country Pub of the Year is the Royal Oak in Ockbrook with the runner-up being the Patt
Mild Month 2013, Bigger Than Ever!
After last year's successful Trail, Derby and Amber Valley CAMRA are once again joining forces this year to help bring a drop of the dark stuff into pubs throughout both areas in May. With over 30 pubs this ti
Derby CAMRA has selected its Pubs of the Year for 2012.......
Derby CAMRA's website was recognised at the highest level recently when it won the "Most improved CAMRA Website of the Year" award at the Members weekend in Torquay. The website had previously been crowned "East Midla
May is the month where CAMRA campaign for mild so what's going on in the Derby & Amber Valley Area this year?
The Derby Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale has released the results of its Annual Beer Census of the City which confirm Derbys status as Real Ale Capital of Britain ...
The Derby Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale has selected its Pubs of the Year for 2011.