Due to Covid 19 Camra Headquarters has advised that  Physical meetings, at a national, regional & branch level, should stop immediately. Also all Beer Festivals have been cancelled.

While we understand the important social benefits of CAMRA and the huge pleasure in pub going, we feel it would be seen as highly irresponsible to continue to promote gatherings of people in pubs – both of which have been advised against by the Government. Considering this, the National Executive has decided to instruct all committees, at national, regional and branch level, to immediately cancel any physical meetings and only organise virtual meetings. Guidance on how committees and branches can do this will be circulated.

“Please note that our @granthamcamra.org.uk emails are not currently working. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

If you would like to contact us, and do not have private contact details, please contact us through social media. For obvious reasons we will not share personal contact details for the committee without their consent.

Alternatively, you can contact us on lohaginfo@gmail.com

We will notify you when this matter is rectified.”

Thanks. We are still getting messages from people saying they are trying to contact us. I’ve put this on our social media pages.


At last following rectification of problems with the site we are now up and running again. Sorry for any inconvenience while this was sorted especially to those trying to input their Poty/Coty surveys.



An interesting word that I have just found that people might be interested in investigating. Zythophile. Similar to people who are passionate about wine, a Zythophile will be obessed with talking about beer, tasting beer, cooking with beer, the history of beer, brewing techniques, pairing beer with food, attending beer festivals, etc. You are probably a Zythophile if you have a stash of craft beer / microbrews at your house at all times. The following is a web site I found as well unfortunately it mentions lagers to begin with.  zythophile.co.uk/


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