Brighton & South Downs CAMRA
Title: Brighton & South Downs CAMRA
Description: Brighton & South Downs CAMRA Brighton & South Downs CAMRA CAMRA stands for The Campaign for Real Ale, a British consumer organisation founded 1973 to campaign for the quality of traditional British be is ranked 16078525 in the world (amongst the 40 million domains). A low-numbered rank means that this website gets lots of visitors. This site is relatively popular among users in the united states. It gets 50% of its traffic from the united states .This site is estimated to be worth $7,510. This site has a low Pagerank(0/10). It has 1 backlinks. has 43% seo score. Information

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Brighton & South Downs CAMRA Brighton & South Downs CAMRA CAMRA stands for The Campaign for Real Ale, a British consumer organisation founded 1973 to campaign for the quality of traditional British beers. This now includes good pubs and traditional cider & perry. It has local branches all over Britain and the Brighton & South Downs Branch is one of the five branches covering the County of 'Sussex' (i.e. East & West Sussex) 2016 BRANCH COMMITTEE and how to contact some of them Chairman and Membership Secretary - Keith Newell Secretary - Paul Free Treasurer - John Kirkland Social Secretary - Adrian Towler who is also Webmaster - Adrian Towler Cider & Perry Rep - Jackie Johnson Pubs Officer - Jason Phillips President - Pete Coppard Webmaster - Adrian Towler. CONTENTS & LINKS EVENTS List – Festivals, Socials, Trips & Meetings. WHATPUB CAMRA's Pub Guide Our FACEBOOK page Conversations on TWITTER BREWERIES in Sussex, over 50 of them. SUSSEX CAMRA BRANCHES – The four other CAMRA Branches' websites in Sussex: Arun & Adur, North Sussex, South East Sussex and Western Sussex. SUSSEX DRINKER our local CAMRA magazine for Sussex. For The most recent editions this link will take you to the Matelot Marketing (our publisher's) website where you should find it as a PDF. ALE TRAIL – Our Summer Ale Trail for 2016 is The Theory of RealAleTivity; details here. The National CAMRA Website Follow us on Facebook... and now on Twitter Our 2016 Branch Chairman is KEITH NEWELL BRIGHTON & SOUTH DOWNS CAMpaign for Real Ale Over 1,950 CAMRA members live in our Branch area, which is Brighton & Hove, Lewes, Newhaven, Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill, Shoreham-by-Sea and the area in between. So what do we do – apart from drink beer and run this website? 1. Organise the annual South Downs Beer Festival in The Old Town Hall & Corn Exchange, Lewes, next one June 2016. 2 THE GOOD BEER GUIDE: We select 27 to 30 pubs from our area for inclusion in CAMRA's annual Good Beer Guide. CAMRA Members who wish to help in this process, for future editions of the Guide, need to use CAMRA's National Beer Scoring System (called NBSS) link here or download an A4 sheet of scoring slips here. Our Branch also has small booklets of 10 slips, which do the same job, available at Branch Meetings. 3. Choose one as our Pub of The Year. Our 2015 winner is The Brewers Arms, Lewes. with Country Pub of the Year being The Horns Lodge, Chailey. 4. Organise weekly socials, usually on a Thursday night, in pubs that serve good real ale, run surveying and recruiting trips locally by minibus, and visits to breweries. 5. Assist in organising the Sussex Beer & Cider Festival March 2016 in our Branch area – details later 6. Help with the distribution of Sussex Drinker, website link a quarterly colour magazine about the local real ale scene, available free in lots of Sussex pubs. 7. Represent CAMRA and campaign on CAMRA issues in our area, minibus trips to pubs with literature, stalls at festivals, etc. 8. Liaise with and report on the several and increasing number of Breweries on our patch to CAMRA headquarters, and put their news in the 'Bru News' section of Sussex Drinker. 9. Run a Summer ALE TRAIL and its associated 'Cider Rider' - around our area, with prizes for visiting 20, 30 or 40 pubs. 10. Compile a database of local pubs... to feed into CAMRA's WHAT PUB? The Summer ALE TRAIL page lists the 40 participating real ale pubs which are well worth a visit and for other recommendations please look in CAMRA's current Good Beer Guide. Top of page Whois