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MAY IS.....MILD IN MAY MONTH & REAL CIDER AND PERRY MONTH
Visit your local pub and try some
NEXT EVENT - Branch Meeting - 31/5/17 - 8pm
Ales of the Unexpected Canterbury Road Margate CT9 - Time 8.00pm - click here for details of venue - ALL WELCOME
LOCAL NEWS - 24/5/17 - CIDER PUB OF THE YEAR 2017 PRESENTATION
Well done to Shawn and Clare at Mind the Gap who were presented last night with their certificate for being named Thanet CAMRA's Cider Pub of the Year 2017.
Thanks for the very warm welcome and keep up the good work.
NATIONAL NEWS - 11/5/17 - DOES YOUR CANDIDATE SUPPORT PUBS & BEER...???
The General Election is just a few weeks away on Thursday 8th June. Together, we have an opportunity to build on our recent successes and make sure that beer and pubs stay at the top of the political agenda in the next five years.
CAMRA is asking all election canditates to pledge their support for beers and pubs by committing to:
- BEER: Celebrate and promote Britain's 1,540 breweries
- PUBS: Support action to help pubs thrive
- CONSUMERS: Represent the interests of pub goers, berr and cider drinkers
To lobby your local canditates, please click here
To sign up directly if you are a candidate, please click here
LOCAL NEWS - 27/4/17 - Details from judging for Champion Beer of Britain
Judging for Champion Beer of Britain took place during festival for the Old Ale and Golden Ale categories and the following were declared winners click here for details of the competition
1st Place OLD DAIRY - Snow Top 6.0% ABV
2nd Place PALMERS - Tally Ho! 5.5% ABV
3rd Place BRICK - Blenheim Black 6.5% ABV
1st Place WINDSOR & ETON - Knights of the Garter 3.8% ABV
2nd Place FLOWERPOTS - Perrige Pale 3.6% ABV
3rd Place TILLINGBOURNE - Hop Troll 4.8%
LOCAL NEWS - 14/3/17 - Ales of Thanet - Latest edition now available to download - see PUBLICATIONS
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What is Real Ale
In the early 1970s CAMRA coined the term 'real ale' to make it easy for people to differentiate between the bland processed beers being pushed by the big brewers and the traditional beers whose very existence was under threat. Real ale, also referred to as cask-conditioned ale, continues to develop its wonderful tastes and aromas in the cask through a process called secondary fermentation.
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