192,559 CAMRA members
Menu

Learn & Discover

Learn & Discover

Passion, pride and protest

A CAMRA Learn & Discover audio guide

Pt.3 – Protest, is the third in a 3-part audio series exploring the centrality of pubs to LGBT lives exploring the vital role the pub has played for LGBT communities over the years. From the very first ‘gay pubs’ that sprang up at a time when homosexuality was still illegal, through to the era of HIV/AIDS, Section 28, the growth of Pride and right up to date with the struggles many LGBT venues are currently having simply to survive. Emma Inch speaks to key figures – including LGBT historians, activists and publicans – in order to tell an important story of passion, pride and protest.

Emma Inch

Award winning beer writer, broadcaster Emma Inch is the founder of Fermentation Beer and Brewing Radio and the Cider’s Web podcast series

What’s in your glass? – Yeast

A CAMRA Learn & Discover audio guide

In this installment, Emma talks hops with Robert Percival, Technical Sales Manager at Lallemand Brewing; Tom Norton, Founder and Brewer at Suffolk’s Little Earth Projectand award-winning drinks educator, writer, broadcaster and certified beer sommelier Jane Peyton  Listen below. 

Emma Inch

Award-winning beer writer and founder of Fermentation Beer and Brewing Radio and the Cider’s Web podcasts.

Intro to Passion, pride and protest: Pt.3 - Protest

Log in or Join CAMRA to listen to the full audio

Intro to Passion, pride and protest: Pt.3 - Protest

Log in or Join CAMRA to listen to the full guide

JOIN CAMRA

Or JOIN CAMRA for unlimited access to Learn & Discover

JOIN CAMRA

Or LOG IN for unlimited access to Learn & Discover

Pt.1 - Passion

Emma Inch speaks to key LGBT figures about the vital role LGBT pubs play in the journey from youth to adulthood. From the first foray into safer spaces, of being visible through to building friendships, support networks, forming relationships and finding love. 

Pt.2 - Pride

Emma Inch speaks to key LGBT figures about the centrality of LGBT pubs in exploring identity, and establishing pride through watching, meeting and loving people met in queer pubs.  

“…the venues embody the history of our communities in an important way.”

Ben Campkin, Professor of History & Theory of Architecture & Urbanism at UCL 

“You get soft, almost wine like aromatics, refeshing… acidity and apple driven, when you try Kent and Eastern style ciders”

— Alison Taffs

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This
X
X