The Pulling Together Campaign was launched by CAMRA, in partnership with SIBA and Crowdfunder.
Support local beer, pubs and cider during this crisis
Pubs, clubs, breweries and taprooms are fighting for their survival against the Coronavirus. Many are finding different and innovative ways to help their business weather the crisis – click the buttons below to see what pubs, breweries and cider producers are doing near you.
Everyone should follow NHS guidance on Covid-19, including staying at home wherever possible, and ensuring social distancing when leaving their home for essential purposes.
Let’s all Pay it Forward for the future of British pubs and breweries
CAMRA will also be working with Crowdfunder to promote opportunities for the brewing and pubs industry to tap into local funding during the period of crisis to tide them over. The idea is simple, breweries and pubs that are suffering from closure and drastically reduced trade can set-up a Pay it Forward campaign offering customers the option to pay for pints, meals and tickets now, which can be redeemed in the future.
How does it work?
It’s simple! Small business; who may be worried about their future due to COVID-19, can set-up a Pay it Forward campaign offering customers the option to book meals, a room for the night or a ticket to an event now, based on a promise to deliver in the future.
Submit your business
Tell us how your pub, brewery or tap room is trying to survive the crisis and we will share online.
Get your branch involved by letting us know about local offerings and activity and helping to spread the word.
All the latest resources for pubs, breweries, taprooms and bottle shops during the crisis.
Submit a #PullingTogether initiative
Due to massive demand, it may take awhile for your initiative to appear, please bear with us!
* Disclaimer: Any business can use this form to submit a pub or brewery initiative during the COVID-19 crisis. However, appearing in our events listings as part of the Pulling Together campaign does not grant permission to use the logo and does not constitute an endorsement from CAMRA.