Keeing you updated with the latest Bromley CAMRA Branch news.
We have just published our latest Summer Newsletter. Have a read and catch-up on events and news.
Quick Highlight of Whats In This Issue • 4th Beckenham Beer & Cider Festival • WhatPub beer scoring • A successful 2nd Marvellous May Cider Festival • Asset of Community Value victory • Royal British Legion Clubs • Current Opportunities • Social Events
All CAMRA members are requested to judge the quality of any real ale or real cider that they drink in pubs and clubs.
Bromley Branch, like most CAMRA branches, uses beer scoring as the means of identifying pubs and clubs for possible inclusion in the Good Beer Guide. For this process to be as representative as possible we need as many scores as we can get, from as many members and for as many pubs/clubs as possible.
We collect beer scores at all of our branch socials and meetings, but in order that we get a full picture of beer quality across the borough throughout the year we also ask our members to record and submit scores whenever they have a drink in a pub or club.
If you have never previously submitted any scores we would ask you to give it a try.
On Tuesday 9th May Bromley CAMRA presented The One in The Wood in Petts Wood with the Pub Of The Year 2017 Runner Up award.
We now have a finalised programme for the Marvellous Marvellous May Cider Festival 2017.
Bromley CAMRA Fourth Cider Festival will take place on 13th May 2017 – 11:30am-11pm.
Entry is £1 for CAMRA Members and £2 for Non-Members
Over 20 real ciders and perrys, Food, Raffle, and Ale.
Only a two minute walk from Bromley South Station and served by many bus routes.
Location: H G Wells Centre, St Mark’s Rd, Bromley, Greater London BR2 9HG
The 4th Beckenham Beer Festival will be held at Beckenham Rugby Club from 20th– 22nd July 2017.
Entry is free for CAMRA Members, those under 26 years of age (ID Required) and £3 for non-members.
£3 refundable glass deposit.
There are 65+ beers, ciders & perries available to try, as well as hot & cold food.
Opening Times – noon – 10pm (Last Orders)
Beckenham Rugby Club, Balmoral Avenue, Beckenham, BR3 3RD
Once again Bromley CAMRA and Bromley Ramblers are joining forces for a walk through some of the rural parts of Bromley borough. The walk starts at Hayes Station and the route will take us via Hayes and Keston Commons, through the attractive village of Downe to finish at Farnborough. Distance: Approx 7 miles Start time: 10:30 (prompt) Lunch stop: Approx 12:45 to 14:15 in Downe village. Option to join or leave walk at this point Finish Time: Approx arrival time at Farnborough 15:30 Terrain: Mostly off-road paths, likely to be muddy in places, boots are recommended
Bromley CAMRA is pleased to announce that the Bromley Branch Pub of the Year is the Greyhound in Keston, with the One Inn the Wood (Petts Wood) being the runner up, and that the branch Club of the Year, for the 5th consecutive year is Orpington Liberal Club.
Bromley CAMRA congratulates the winners and runners-up. The winners’ certificates will be presented to the Greyhound on Saturday 15th April 2017, during their Easter Beer Festival and to Orpington Liberal Club on Friday 21st April during their Spring Beer Festival.
A date will be announced shortly for a presentation at the One Inn The Wood, who were previous winners of the Bromley Pub of the Year Award in both 2015 and 2016, and also the London Regional winner in 2015.
On the 11th October, Bromley CAMRA presented Titanic Brewery a certificate “Beer of The Festival for Chocolate & Vanilla Stout from the Beckenham Beer Festival 2016”
You can view their response on Facebook
Yesterday some of the lovely folks from Bromley CAMRA came to visit us to present us with our Beer of The Festival…
Bromley CAMRA would like to congratulate the 10 pubs and one club who made it into the 2017 GBG!
Find out who they are in GBG 2017.
You can purchase the GBG 2017 at the CAMRA Shop.
The winning cider at the recent 3rd Beckenham Beer Festival was Chiddingstone Medium Dry produced by the Castle Cider Company. We have arranged to make the presentation at The Windmill, which was a national finalist in CAMRA’s Pub of the Year competition in 2014.
The pub is rather off the beaten track, so the most practical means of travel will be by rail to Sevenoaks, and then a cab share from there to the Windmill.
If you wish to take advantage of this please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavor to book the correct number of cabs.
The event is in the Events Diary