GOOD BEER GUIDE 2017….NOW AVAILABLE!
Reducing the tax burden on pubs
Protecting pubs from closure
Promoting Real Ale, Cider & Perry
Promoting Pubs & Clubs
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BRANCH DIARY / NEWS
Meetings / Socials / News
Keep informed of branch meeting dates, social outings and news -
The Branch's Newsletter “Tay Ale” began in Autumn 2008 and is produced twice a year.
Copies of the current issue are available in most of the real ale outlets in Tayside.
REAL ALE OUTLETS
The Realetay Check.........
List of the real ale outlets in the Tayside Area....
The Milton Inn
Mark Barton (owner) and Ash Young (Manager) -
Airlie Arms Hotel
Tayside CAMRA'S 2015 Newcomer of the Year award to the Airlie Arms Hotel Kirriemuir. Bar manager Yvonne pictured receiving the certificate on behalf of the Airlie Arms.
CAMRA campaigning in Scotland
CAMRA has been campaigning for over 40 years in Scotland for quality real ale, community pubs and the rights of pub-
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REAL ALE SERVED HERE..................
Welcome to the Tayside Branch of Camra
Our aim is quite simple... to promote, preserve, and — of course — DRINK real ales! This is achieved by visiting the pubs themselves, to encourage landlords to promote real ale, and for us to give support to those that already do.
Real ale pubs in our area : lists can be seen via the REAL ALE OUTLETS link above. We have given them all an A4 Window Poster to display. And do give us your opinions about beers and pubs in the area that you've recently tried. We need plenty input for taking informed decisions on Pub Awards each year, including entries for CAMRA's annual book, the Good Beer Guide.
Branch activities: we currently have a small active membership which we are continually trying to increase — aiming to promote more activities such as trips out to rural villages, hill walking, or brewery visits. We produce a regular Newsletter, available in most real ale outlets in the region. We meet at least once a month and anyone is welcome to come along. See our Diary for times and dates. Or how about coming along to one of the local Beer Festivals being held in the area?
If you'd like to learn more, use the Committee page to send us an email.
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