Now that we have announced this year’s Champion Beers at the Great British Beer Festival it’s time for you to consider the beers you want to nominate for the next Champion Beer of Britain (CBoB) competitions. All CAMRA members have the chance to nominate beers in their local area via… Read more“Have Your Say & Choose Your Champion Beer of Britain:”
Pub of the Year: 1st: Steamboat (Sunderland & South Tyneside CAMRA) 2nd: Old Elm Tree (Durham CAMRA) 3rd: Quaker House (Darlington CAMRA) Cider Pub of the Year: 1st: Tannery (Tyneside & Northumberland CAMRA) 2nd: Black Lion (Durham CAMRA) 3rd: Rat Race (Cleveland CAMRA) Club of the Year:… Read more“CAMRA North East Region: Pub of the Year, Club of the Year & Cider Pub of the Year 2015 Results.”
Each years CAMRA’s Sunderland Octoberfest has a theme. In recent years we’ve focused on a forgotten “Sunderland Hero” with a relevant anniversary. Last year it was the 100th anniversary of the death of inventor & scientist Sir Joseph Swann. In 2013 the 100th anniversary of the death of diver &… Read more“Sunderland Octoberfest 2015 News: Festival Theme”
The North East Regional launch of the 2016 edition of the CAMRA publication “Good Beer Guide” is being held on September 10th. This year Sunderland & South Tyneside branch of CAMRA take their turn to host the event @ The Dun Cow in Sunderland. The event, lead by Dave Brazier,… Read more““Good Beer Guide 2016” – North East Regional launch.”
The poster for the 2015 (7th) Sunderland Octoberfest is now available & will soon be distributed to local pubs. The poster confirms this years main festival sponsors as Maxim & Camerons Breweries.
1st: The Steamboat, South Shields. 2nd: The Isis, Sunderland. 3rd: The Alum Ale House, South Shields. Sunderland & South Tyneside: Club of the Year 2015: 1st: Mid Boldon Club, Boldon. 2nd: Ashbrooke Sports Club, Sunderland. 3rd: Westoe Rugby Club, South Shields. The branch offers its congratulations to all six… Read more“Sunderland & South Tyneside: Pub of the Year 2015:”