Pubs. Pints. People.


Champion Beer of Britain

Season 4, Ep. 2

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.

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