Real Ale

Some articles on real ale, real, ale, ales:

Cask Ale - Real Ale
... Real ale is the name coined by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) in 1973 for a type of beer defined as "beer brewed from traditional ingredients, matured by secondary ... and still active on the yeast, it is a real beer it is irrelevant whether the container is a cask or a bottle ...
British Beer Festivals - Notable British Beer Festivals
... beer festival in the UK organised by the Campaign for Real Ale ... people in 2006 when 350,000 pints of ale were consumed over the five days ... The CAMRA National Winter Ales Festival held at New Century Hall, Manchester, is designed to showcase beer styles which may not be readily available during the summer festival ...
Triple Fff Brewery
... fff Brewing Company Ltd is a small independent brewer of real ale based in Four Marks, Alton, Hampshire, England, founded in November 1997, and producing award-winning bitters, milds and stouts ... The brewery produces high quality real ale and has won over 35 industry awards, including overall Champion Beer of Britain at the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) Great ... Comfortably Numb - their other original brew, and a mid brown strong ale Alton's Pride - a golden brown session bitter which gained the bronze award in the Bitter category at Olympia in 2003 ...
Beer In England - History - 1900 To Present: Megabreweries and Microbreweries
... Pale ale had replaced mild as the beer of choice for the majority of drinkers ... A consumer organisation called the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) was founded, in 1971, to protect unpressurised beer, the group devised the term real ale to differentiate ... "Ale" now meant a top-fermented beer, not an unhopped beer ...

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