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Innovation in the face of COVID

Season 3, Ep. 1

Join Ant, Matt and Clare this week as they learn about the innovative moves brewers and pub-owners have been taking to combat the Covid-19 crisis. Correspondent Harry Davies sits down with Ian Smith from Fyne Ales to chat about their take-home cask ale scheme, and Dean Barrett talks community with Rob Scahill, landlord of the Orange Tree pub in Baldock.


Visit @CAMRA_Official to see all the reasons why #PubsMatter to the UK, and find out more about the cross-industry campaign to save pubs at https://whypubsmatter.org.uk/


It's CAMRA's 50th anniversary on 16th March! Re-visit the episode and dive into the history of the Campaign: https://shows.acast.com/pubspintspeople/episodes/10


You can pre-order your copy of Laura Hadland's biography '50 Years of CAMRA' from the CAMRA shop - published on 16th March.


Don't forget to support the show at https://supporter.acast.com/pubs-pints-people


Or join CAMRA if you're not already a member for just £26.50 a year at https://join.camra.org.uk/ - gain access to great audio and visual content on our Learn & Discover platform.


If you'd like to get involved, simply contact podcast@camra.org.uk or follow us on Twitter @PubsPintsPeople

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4/5/2022

What's in a bottle (or can?!)

Season 5, Ep. 1
This season the podcast is going on tour with a brand new cast of voices! We're travelling across the UK to link up with CAMRA branches to learn more about the beer, pub, cider and club scene and hear more about what they do as local campaigners.Episode 1 kicks off in Newcastle just ahead of the Newcastle Beer & Cider Festival! We sit down with festival organisers Anthony McMulllen and Volunteer Martin Ellis to learn more about beer in Newcastle and the Ouseburn. We also learn all about what's in a bottle or can, discover CAMRA's new definition of live beer, #notfromconcentrate cider and sit down with award-winning author Adrian Tierney-Jones to hear about his 250 favourite beers from bottles and cans featured in his new book United Kingdom of Beer.Additional resources include:Storing & serving beer at home by Katie MathersBringing cider to the table series by Bill BradshawBeer for all occasions by Adrian Tierney-JonesCAMRA's One to Try accreditation schemeCAMRA's definition of live beerCAMRA's guide to #notfromconcentrate cider Guide to saving your pub from closure Join CAMRA if you're not already a member for just £28.50 a year athttps://join.camra.org.uk/- gain access to great audio and visual content on ourLearn & Discoverplatform.Don't forget to support the show athttps://supporter.acast.com/pubs-pints-peopleIf you'd like to get involved, simply contactpodcast@camra.org.ukor follow us on Twitter @PubsPintsPeople or on our NEW Facebook account @PubsPintsPeople