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Welcome to the not particularly weird nor wonderful world of Chester & South Clwyd CAMRA branch. We are just one of many branches of the Campaign for Real Ale - a group of over 162,000 members whose collective aim is the promotion of traditional cask ale as opposed to nasty fizzy keg and the downright unpleasant smoothflow nonsense. We also champion consumer rights and strongly support the public house as a focus of community life.
 
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Cheshire Beer Festival 2014
Chester Roodee Racecourse

Friday 14th & Saturday 15th November


This year the Chester Real Ale Festival transforms itself into the Cheshire Beer Festival 2014, encompassing all the CAMRA branches within the county.

The venue will be Chester Racecourse, which provides more space compared to the Guildhall. 

For full details click HERE !


Fox & Hounds (15/09/14)

Continuing with the doom and gloom, a planning app is in for Eyton's village pub. 

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Bucks Stops Here (05/09/14)

More bad news as the Good Beer Guide listed Buck House Hotel at Bangor suddenly ceases trading. 

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Gone for a Burton? (27/08/14)

It's not looking good for the Golden Groves

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Lion Roars Again (22/08/14)

A Newbridge pub we'd long given up on is firmly back up on its feet again. 

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Award for the Tyn (19/08/14)

Community run pub receives Pub of the Year certificate. 

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Branch Area Pub Guides

Whether you're on a three-day anger management course in Chester, travelling to see your beloved Braintree United play Wrexham or planning a stag-do in Langollen wearing Bavarian lederhosen, you'll need to take a peek at our area guides to find out where serves cask beer. 

Area Pub Guides >> 


Pubs Under Threat

The Beeston Castle, Tiverton (RIP)In common with the rest of the nation, locally there are plenty of pubs - good, bad and indifferent - with uncertain futures. Closed, boarded up or derelict, what fate awaits them? A new licensee in thrall to a greedy pub co? Conversion to an Indian restaurant, coffee shop or private house? Further years of abandonment, rot and decay? Demolition and redevelopment? Or maybe, renaissance under wealthy new owners with an entrepreneurial eye.  

Shut Pubs >>  

 

 
Coming Soon


Wednesday 25th September

Weetwood MtB: Central, Shotton

Friday 3rd October
Boughton Walkabout

Friday 3rd October
Overton Beer Festival

Friday 3rd - Sunday 5th October
Telford's Warehouse Beer Festival

Friday 10th - Sunday 12th October
Boat Museum Beer Festival

Saturday 11th October
Cheshire Heritage Pubs Social

 
More Diary >>


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News In Brief

 
Overton Fezza (09/09/14)
Local ales at fund-raiser 

Marford Area (24/08/14)
Trevor re-opens

Third Spoons? (03/08/14)
Wetherlodge for Chester?

Riderless Horse (26/07/14)
Churton pub closed

Swan Wrexham (25/06/14)
Keghouse to freehouse

Aqueduct Discount (19/06/14)
Manic Monday and Crazy Wednesday

Saltney Reprieve (27/05/14)
Anchor is freed of tie

Prince of Wales (14/05/14)
Llangollen pub to re-open

Long Live the King (03/05/14)
Hope for Bwlchgwyn pub

Bangor Bike Ride (01/05/14)
Ale and riverside gardens

Chimneys, Hooton (28/04/14)
July beer festival

Upton Golf Club (25/04/14)
Summer beer festival

Watergates Fezza (09/04/14)
Cask ales at the undercroft

Tavern Tribulations (08/04/14)
Carlton opens then shuts

Heifer Heist (03/04/14)
Worry over Broxton pub

Harkers Shocker (01/04/14)
B&P favourite tinned up


WhatPub

WhatPub provides details of over 35,900 pubs serving real ale, making it the definitive online pub guide for the real ale drinker. In addition, WhatPub provides full details for over 24,000 of those pubs, with details of real ales available, opening times, and description of the pub. Click on image to access.



Pubs Matter

CAMRA's campaign to support the nation's community pubs. Click on image to access.


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