Welcome to the web site of the Herefordshire Branch of The Campaign for Real Ale, the UK's only consumer group dedicated to independent breweries, traditional pubs and real ale. The branch area is the County of Herefordshire.
ANOTHER BEER ON THE WYE SUCCESS!
Herefordís annual celebration of real ale, cider and perry, is held on one of the most attractive of sites adjacent to Hereford Rowing Club Ė just a short walk from the city centre. Now in its tenth year the 2014 event was yet another great success. For more go to the Beer on the Wye Page
Beer in Hand Wins Pub of the Year
The Beer in Hand in Hereford has been voted Pub of the Year for 2014 by Herefordshire CAMRA.
Runner-up and Herefordshire Country Pub of the Year was the Bridge Inn, Kentchurch.
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The Thrill of the Chase
The Winter 2014 Pub of the Season is the Chase Inn, Upper Colwall (pictured).
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Other recent Pubs of the Season have been:
Have you protected your local yet?
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SUN REMEMBERS FLOSSIE!
Plaque recognises oldest landlady in Britain
Herefordshire CAMRA teamed up with Gary Seymour and Nick Davies, owners of the famous Sun Inn at Leintwardine, to honour Flossie Lane who ran this parlour pub for 74 years. A commemorative plaque was unveiled in September 2012 during the pub's Flossie Day celebrations. For more on this story visit BBC Hereford & Worcester website
HEREFORDSHIRE'S FIRST COMMUNITY PUB
At an extraordinary public meeting organised by Dilwyn Parish Council on the 22nd February, 2012 parishioners voted three to one for the council to proceed and seek a loan, with the aim of purchasing the Crown Inn. Fed up with the uncertainty created by a succession of leaseholders, interspersed by short periods of closure, the community are hoped this initiative will secure some much-needed stability of the pub.
By 5th May, the pub had reopened after about eighty villagers carried out a thorough clean-up of the building. Two years on, the Crown is trading well, having just held its third annual beer festival.