Find out what information & benefits Bromley Borough CAMRA has to offer.
This page documents benefits which are specific to the borough of Bromley. Please note that unless stated otherwise, discounts apply on a “one per card” basis. So if a member buys a round of four drinks but only two of the four people are members, only two of the drinks will be discounted. Please also assume that discounts apply to full pints, but not halves, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
The pub has a discount of 10% off the price of a pint of real ale for CAMRA members. The Barrel and Horn is a spacious and family friendly pub located near the Market Square in Bromley town centre.
The pub offers members 50p off the price of a pint of real ale (25p half). This is a friendly pub located close to the war memorial at the end of Beckenham High Street serves several real ales.
A large pub which has been renovated relatively recently. The range of real ales was substantially increased in 2017 with one of the three guest beers usually being non-mainstream. A discount of 40p (20p/half) is available to card carrying members, except during Monday Happy Hour which runs from 4.30pm to 6.30pm.
George Inn in Beckenham offers 10% off a pint to card carrying CAMRA Members. This historical pub – dating back over 350 years – has offered an increased range of real ale in recent years with usually 5 or 6 on offer.
The pub offers a 30p per pint or 15p per half on purchases of real ale, excluding the special offer on Mondays when one cask beer is priced at £2.95. The pub serves six real ales, four of which change. Although the pub has a rural feel it can easily be reached from Central Bromley using the 146 or 246 bus routes. Bromley CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2017.
Bromley’s first micropub opened in the summer of 2014 and offers members 20p off the price of a pint of real ale, or 10p off the price of a half. The pub won the 2015 Greater London CAMRA Pub of the Year award.
The pub offers 50p off a pint to card carrying CAMRA Members. This is a 2018 GBG pub offering the full range of Fuller’s beers, and usually a guest beer as well. The imposing building was formerly the National Westminster Bank.
The pub offers CAMRA members a 20p discount on the price of pints of real ale. This picturesque pub has a country feel to it, with an attractive beer garden. No discount is available on the price of half-pints.
The pub offers CAMRA members a of 20p on the price of a or 10p on the price of a half, on any cask ale. This newly opened pub has made an impact becoming a joint runner up in our Pub of the Year in its first year of trading
Runner-up for Bromley CAMRA Pub of the Year in both 2014 and 2015 and a GBG regular. The pub offers 25p off the price of a pint of real ale to CAMRA members. At least one of their beers normally comes from one of the small local breweries.
This pub, located in Bromley High Street offers a 10% discount on purchases of real ale. The pub is an oasis of calm during the day, with a secluded rear garden, but usually has loud music and is generally lively in the evening.
All the Ember Inns in the borough offer a 20p discount to CAMRA members on the purchase of real ales, and also have a real ale club on Mondays when prices are reduced further (£2.49 as at June 2018), but note that the discount doesn’t apply on Mondays.
There are four Ember Inns in the borough:
As part of a national agreement between CAMRA and Greene King, some Greene King pubs in the borough offer a 10% to CAMRA members on the purchase of pints of real ales.
The pubs that have signed up to this scheme are:
There are other Greene King Pubs in the borough but this discount does not apply there.
All CAMRA members receive a number of vouchers throughout the year for a 50p discount on the purchase of a pint of real ale.
There are 5 outlets in the borough where these may be used:
The club welcomes CAMRA members (production of membership card will be needed). The club has won the CAMRA “Club of the Year” award three times since 2013. More than 200 different real ales are served each year, and the club also hosts occasional beer festivals.
CAMRA members can visit this spacious, purpose-built club which is located very close to Petts Wood Station and use the club facilities on presentation of their (CAMRA) membership card up to four times per year.
This comfortable club is located in a residential street near the centre of Hayes. There is an active membership who run three darts teams, bridge evenings and various other events. CAMRA members can visit the club and use the club facilities on presentation of their (CAMRA) membership card up to four times per year, but will be subject to the normal visitor charge of £1.