Branch Club of the Year
The Branch Club of the year is Dobcross Band Social Club.
Branch Pub of the Year
The Branch Pub of the year is Flying Horse Hotel.
The latest Magazine, More Beer Autumn 2018 is available for downloading. You can also pick up the magazine in most of our pubs around the ROB Branch.
For previous issues go to the Branch Magazine page
Branch Cider Pub of the Year 2019
There are currently 23 pubs in the branch area shown on What Pub as selling real cider and/or perry. Following the decision not to make an award last time (see the article in More Beer Summer 2018 edition), it is hoped that this coming year will see a much improved situation. Let’s hope there are plenty of nominations, with several pubs being in contention for the award of the overall best cider pub in the branch area. Nominations will close towards the end of the year so please you cider, perry (and beer) drinkers do take time to check out which ciders and perries are on sale at the bar in these 23 pubs. The pub should ideally be selling excellent cider and/or perry all the year round and also be promoting its sale in some way, such as a cider festival or having a range of different ciders and perries from a range of different producers, on sale throughout the full year. There are no ‘tied cider houses’ in the branch area so choice, quality and the range is all down to the management and staff at each pub.
Nominations for cider pub of the year to Mike Robinson at ku.gro.armac.bor@redic
Best Newcomer/ Most Improved Branch Cider Pub.
The hunt is also on for the best newcomer and/or most improved cider pub of the year within the branch area. The closing date will again be towards the end of the year. So do you know of any pub that has started selling real cider or perry on a regular basis during the year or has vastly improved its real cider and perry offering to customers during the last 12 months.
Nominations for either category again please to Mike Robinson at ku.gro.armac.bor@redic
27th Oct An informal social to Dobcross Band & Social Club. Meet at the club between 12.00 and 13.30 and make your ow way there. Also hoping to visit other local pubs in the area and possibly Donkeystone Brewery. Contact Don gro.armac.bor@sbulc for more information.
We are always looking to find out about any clubs in our branch which sell real ale. Our Clubs Officer, Don Booth, would be delighted to hear from you at ku.gro.armac.bor@sbulc
Good Beer Guide 2019
The latest edition of the Good Beer Guide is now available and can be purchased at branch meetings at a discounted rate.
CAMRA nationally has also released the Good Beer Guide 2018 in popular ePub and Kindle formats plus Sat Nav versions
You can also purchase the latest GBG here Good Beer Guide 2019.
Local Pubs and Beer festivals
There are many of the pubs and other organisations in our Branch area that run beer festivals, details will be added here: National, Regional and Local Beer Festivals
For our Local Pubs follow the link
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