Renfrewshire Camra

Promoting the Campaign for Real Ale in Renfrewshire. Organisers of the Paisley Beer Festival

Bull Inn Lerwick Brewery Tap Take-Over

Continuing on from their recent tap take-overs by Fyne Ales and Kelburn, the Bull Inn in New Street Paisley are having another Tap Take-Over and meet the Brewer night, this time with Lerwick Brewery, on Thursday 23rd February from 7pm.

The actual beer range will not be concluded until nearer the time – all details will be updated on this website when we have them.

Usual CAMRA Discount of 10% available to all CAMRA card holders.

Please try and get along and support them.

Further details can be found on their Twitter page – https://twitter.com/BullInn_Paisley

Bull Inn Kelburn Brewery Tap Take-Over

Following on from last months successful tap take-over by Fyne Ales, the Bull Inn in New Street Paisley are having another Tap Take-Over and meet the Brewer night, this time with Kelburn Brewery, on Thursday 24th November from 7pm.

They will have four cask ales on to satisfy all tastes:
Jaguar; Pivo Estivo; Red Smiddy and a seasonal beer, Ca’ Canny.

Usual CAMRA Discount of 10% available to all CAMRA card holders.

Please try and get along and support them.

Further details can be found on their Twitter page – https://twitter.com/BullInn_Paisley

CBOB Voting – Last Few Days

Time is running out for you to consider the beers you want to nominate for the next Champion Beer of Britain (CBoB) competition.

All CAMRA members have the chance to nominate beers from their local area via the CBoB voting website. This means that beers from all parts of the country have an equal chance to be nominated.

You can nominate up to five beers in each of the eleven categories to be put forward for theCBoB competition, but if you only want to nominate beers in one category, or even just one beer, that’s fine. The more votes we get, the better the results will be.

You do not have to nominate all the beers in one go. You can alter your selections anytime up to the deadline on 1st November.

Not all beers are eligible for CBoB; mainstream beer styles like Bitters, Best Bitters, Strong Bitters & Golden Ales have to be available for at least 7 months of the year. Other beer styles have to be available for a lesser period depending on the rarity and seasonality of the beer style.

Initial nominations for CBoB are made at a local level so only beers that are produced in the area near you (based on your registered address) will be available for nomination. We realise that some of you will drink beers from a wider area, but many members find very long lists of beers with which they are unfamiliar very off-putting.

 

How to Vote

Any CAMRA member can log into the CBoB website www.cbobvoting.org.uk using their member login details. If you have forgotten these details you can request a password reset here. Alternatively, contact the Membership Services team by emailingmembership@camra.org.uk or calling 01727 798 8440 (9am – 5pm Monday – Friday).

Having logged in you will be able to access information about the nomination schedule.

 

The CBoB voting system gives every CAMRA member the opportunity to have a say in who wins and becomes CAMRA’s Champion Beer of Britain, don’t moan about which beers get judged at GBBF, get involved and vote for your favourites
The nomination period closes on Tuesday, 1st November 2016 so please make an effort to vote over the next few days.

 

Click here to vote

 

 

Bull Inn Fyne Ales Tap Take-Over

The Bull Inn in New Street Paisley are having a Tap Take-Over and meet the Brewer night with the Fyne Ales, on Thursday 20th October from 7pm.

They will have four cask ales on to satisfy all tastes:
Hurricane Jack; Highlander; Jarl and an exclusive seasonal beer, The Cardinal.
Plus a range of bottled beers.

Usual CAMRA Discount of 10% available to all CAMRA card holders.

Please try and get along and support them.  Hopefully this will be the first of many nights they put on.

 

They will put further details on their Twitter page nearer the time – https://twitter.com/BullInn_Paisley

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