The Great British Beer Festival 2023 - part 2
Pubs. Pints. People.
by Campaign for Real Ale
11M ago
Following on from last week’s episode recorded live at GBBF, we have secured interviews with some of the UK’s best drinks writers about their latest projects.   Providing insights about the future of cask ale and the joy of perry, regular host Alison Taffs speaks to Pete Brown about the Drink Cask Fresh Campaign, Des de Moor about his brand new book “Cask” and Adam Wells about his forthcoming book about Perry; that rare and exciting drink.   Pete Brown and the Drink Cask Fresh Campaign:   ·      https://www.drinkcaskfresh.co.uk/ ·    ..read more
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Women in the brewhouse
Pubs. Pints. People.
by Campaign for Real Ale
1y ago
This episode of Pubs. Pints. People. looks at the key roles that women play in brewing and in the beer and cider communities. Listen to an interview with Tara Nurin, acclaimed author of the book ‘A Women’s Place is in the Brewhouse: A Forgotten History of Alewives, Brewsters, Witches and CEOs’. Plus, we speak to Jenny and Kenny Bruton who have created the Real Ale Finder App, which provides a digital listings of draught beers and ciders for display in bars and online. The episode is hosted virtually by the Sheffield branch of CAMRA, the city in which CAMRA's Members' Weekend, AGM and Conferen ..read more
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New beer resolutions
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by Campaign for Real Ale
1y ago
Kick off 2023 with our latest episode ‘new beer resolutions’, which highlights both the impact that challenges like Dry January and New Year’s resolutions present for the industry. The episode also dives into CAMRA's hopes and aspirations for 2023, sitting down with Senior Campaigns Manager Ellie Hudspith to discuss the cost of living and cost of goods crisis facing many publicans up and down the country, whilst also shining a spotlight on both Tewksbury and Chesterfield branches - both of which have winter beer festivals fast approaching with Tewksbury Winter Ale Festival taking place from 2 ..read more
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What and who in 2022
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by Campaign for Real Ale
2y ago
In this final episode of the fourth season of Pubs. Pints. People. our hosts look forward to the new year, exploring what and who will be making waves in the beer and cider industry. In a panel discussion, Alison Taffs speaks to Nicky Kong of the Cat in the Glass online bottle shop and Helen Smith of the Burum collective. Then we hear from Julie O’Grady of Neptune Brewery in Liverpool and Grant Hutchinson, drummer with Frightened Rabbit and now proprietor of Aeble cider specialist bottle shop in Anstruther in Fife. CAMRA Shop: https://shop1.camra.org.uk/ Join CAMRA if you're not a ..read more
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Beer City - Manchester
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by Campaign for Real Ale
2y ago
With each new season of the podcast, the hosts focus one episode on a city that has made a name for itself in the beer world - this time it's Manchester! In this penultimate episode, Owen Ralph speaks to Beer Nouveau founder Steve Dunkley, and Alison Taffs chats with Paul Jones, owner and co-founder of Cloudwater Brew Co. Find CAMRA job opportunities: https://camra.org.uk/about/work-with-us/job-opportunities/ CAMRA's Pub Design Awards: https://camra.org.uk/pubs-and-clubs/awards/pub-design-awards/ Shop CAMRA Books: https://shop1.camra.org.uk/product-category/books/ Join CAMRA if you're ..read more
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The Pub of the Future
Pubs. Pints. People.
by Campaign for Real Ale
2y ago
In this episode of the CAMRA podcast, we are looking forward ahead to the pub of the future. Tune in to hear Alison Taffs in conversation with Rachel Hendry of the Burum Collective, who want a safer, healthier and fairer working environment for people in the drinks and hospitality industry, and John Ramm chatting with David Jesudason. You will also hear from CAMRA's Chief Executive Tom Stainer, reacting to last week's Budget news! Katie Mather's article: https://camra.org.uk/learn-discover/learn-more/learn-more-about-pubs/pub-of-the-future-pt-1/ David Jesudason's writing for Pellicle: https ..read more
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Horrors of Beer & Cider
Pubs. Pints. People.
by Campaign for Real Ale
2y ago
In this special Halloween themed episode of Pubs. Pints. People., our hosts are discussing faults and poor care in beer and cider. In our first interview, Alex Metcalfe, CAMRA's Learn and Discover Manager speaks to Katie Mather, food & drink writer and the owner of the Corto wine, beer and cider bar in Clitheroe. And in our second, Emma Jordan of Blue Barrel Cider will be chatting to cider pommelier, Susannah Mansfield. Get involved in #CiderMonth: https://camra.org.uk/beer-and-cider/cider/cider-and-perry-months Shop CAMRA Books: https://shop1.camra.org.uk/product-category/books/ Don ..read more
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Cider Harvestime
Pubs. Pints. People.
by Campaign for Real Ale
2y ago
Episode 3 of Pubs. Pints. People. season 4 is celebrates CAMRA's October Cider Month, and delves into cider harvestime! Our first interview is the Ciderologist Gabe Cook talking to Jackie Denman of the Big Apple Association. We are also joined by Alison Taffs, who interviewed not one, not two, but three cider industry figures - Albert Johnson of Ross Cider, the team behind the Orchard Project, and May Turner of Turner's Cider. Get involved in #CiderMonth: https://camra.org.uk/beer-and-cider/cider/cider-and-perry-months Shop CAMRA Books: https://shop1.camra.org.uk/product-category/books/ Watch ..read more
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Champion Beer of Britain
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by Campaign for Real Ale
2y ago
The second episode of Pubs. Pints. People. this season is all about CAMRA's most famous award, the Champion Beer of Britain! Our first interview is Owen Ralph talking to Christine Cryne, one of the key people involved in the recent review of CAMRA beer style categories for CBOB. The second interview is something a little different, with both Ross Hunter of the Surrey Hills Brewery and Siren Craft’s Darron Anley joining Clare for a roundtable chat. Get voting in the CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain: cbob.camra.org.uk Find a CAMRA festival near you: http://camra.org.uk/festivals See the ..read more
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Modern British Beer & Cider
Pubs. Pints. People.
by Campaign for Real Ale
3y ago
Welcome back to a brand new season of CAMRA's Pubs. Pints. People. podcast! We're kicking off the season with a look at two brand new CAMRA books, Modern British Beer by Matthew Curtis, and Modern British Cider by Gabe Cook. Listen to CAMRA biography author Laura Hadland interview fellow beer writer Matthew Curtis about his book Modern British Beer, and the fantastic range of beers available today. Then, drinks educator Alison Taffs chats to The Ciderologist Gabe Cook about his new CAMRA title Modern British Cider. Get voting in the CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain: cbob.camra.org.uk Find out ..read more
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