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Learn more about your favourite drinks with CAMRA

We’ve only just begun to update our Learn and Discover pages and to seek out the freshest new content. It’s a work in progress so check back regularly to see what’s new.

CAMRA offers you high quality, informative content and learning opportunities to support your lifelong learning about beer, cider and perry.

Choose your own journey of discovery: ‘The Basics’ for beginners, ‘Learn More’ for enthusiasts and ‘Discover’ for connoisseurs.

The Basics

For beginners

The fundamental information anyone needs to get started. Begin here to get a feel of exactly what beer, cider and perry are –  including a brief overview of the ingredients and processes involved in making them. You can also find pubs near you where you can field test your new found knowledge in the finest surroundings and company.

 

Learn More

For enthusiasts

If you understand the basics and feel happy talking about your favourite drinks, you might want to know a lot more about what makes them so unique and enjoyable. Start that journey here with CAMRA. Take a more in depth look at brewing and cider making, as well as the origins, provenance and history of beer, cider and pubs.

 

Discover

For connoisseurs

If you are looking to take on the next level of knowledge, take a journey of discovery via CAMRA membership. Explore our content and resources to take a deep dive into beer, cider and perry. Browse here for a more nuanced and fine grained look at techniques, equipment, hop, malt and yeast varieties. 

 

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