Southern Hampshire CAMRA

Southern Hampshire CAMRA

Welcome to the website of the Southern Hampshire branch of CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale. If you'd like to know more about us and what we do, please visit our About Us page. If you'd like to receive our low-volume emails, then please join one of our Mailing Lists.

The latest news of our activities locally and CAMRA's activities nationally are described below.

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Local News

  Hop Press 86 Spring 2019 Hop Press is out
 
Over 3600 copies of our branch magazine are being delivered to our local pubs, but you can read it now, on-line here.
Posted by Pete Horn on 23/05/2019
 

  The Steel Tank Alehouse - Southern Hampshire CAMRA Pub of the Year 2019 presentation Southern Hampshire CAMRA Pub of the Year 2019 award presentation
A warm Wednesday evening saw the crowds descend on The Steel Tank Alehouse in Central Precinct, Chandler's Ford, so many that there was queuing to get in - a case of 'one out, one in' for a while. The occasion was the presentation of Southern Hampshire CAMRA's Pub of the Year 2019 award to the Steel Tank Alehouse. Pictured is publican Adam Beal (left) receiving the award from competition organiser Alex Presland. Congratulations to Adam for creating such a welcome establishment. The Steel Tank Alehouse now goes forward to the Wessex Regional Pub of the Year competition.
Posted by Pete Horn on 18/04/2019
 

  The Steel Tank Alehouse - Southern Hampshire CAMRA Pub of the Year 2019 The Steel Tank Alehouse, Chandler's Ford is Southern Hampshire CAMRA Pub of the Year 2019
We're delighted to announce our local branch's Pub of the Year 2019. This year's winner is The Steel Tank Alehouse in Central Precinct, Chandler's Ford. The finalist pubs were each visited by four volunteer judges, who assessed them against CAMRA's national Pub of the Year scoring criteria (which will also be used in the regional and national competitions). The four finalists, selected by CAMRA members before the judging, also included: The Guide Dog, Southampton (last year's winner); Steam Town Brew Co., Eastleigh and Witch's Brew, Southampton. A formal presentation of this award will be announced in due course.
Posted by Pete Horn on 13/03/2019
 

Previous local news can be found in our Local News Archive.

 

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