Hull & East Yorkshire Branch
to the website of Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA! We are part of the Campaign for Real Ale, an organisaton of volunteers fighting for consumer rights within the pub-going sector. Our aims are to protect those consumer rights, to encourage the use of well run community pubs, and to promote the responsible enjoyment of quality real ale.
Locally we now have over 1100 members but we are always on the lookout for more people to help the campaign... and you could have a lot of fun whilst you're doing it! So if you enjoy real ale, good pubs and good company then why not join up? Visit the Main CAMRA Website where you can see the benefits for yourself.
What's Going On? Are you about to have a beer festival at your pub, or a meet the brewer night? Doing something out of the ordinary? Hull & East Yorkshire CAMRA would love to hear about it, but we won't know if you don't tell us! Please get in touch if you're doing something special and we'll do our best to let our members know about it. We have a Twitter feed, a Facebook group and mailing lists which can all be used to advertise and promote your events so what are you waiting for?
Shout out and give us the news!
Branch Email address
Chair Stewart Campbell Steps Down
In an open letter sent to all branch members on Wednesday 4th October Stewart said
'This letter is written with significant regret and has been six weeks in the drafting since I was on holiday in Scotland'.
'In recent weeks it has become clear that to me that due to my circumstances and less than perfect health I have to resign as branch chairman. I believe this action is in the best interests of the branch as well as myself.'
'I have been active in the branch since moving to Hull 15 years ago and in that time have held various committee positions and have campaigned for and championed real ale across Hull and East Yorkshire.'
' In recent months, since moving to Whitby, I have looked to get more involved at a regional level. Therefore, whilst it is a wrench to be leaving as chairman I will be continuing within the campaign'.
We would like to thank Stewart for the work he has put in on behalf of the Branch and wish him well for the future.
Our current Vice-Chair Angela Cawte will take on the role as chair until the AGM in March 2018. Angela, as those who are actively involved in the Branch will know, has the experience as being a previous Chair of the branch. We also wish her all the best in the coming months
CAMRA Yorkshire Regional Pub of the Year
We are delighted to announce that our current Hull Pub of the Year The Whalebone has been named runner up in the Yorkshire Pub of the Year 2017.
This is an amazing achievement for Jamie & his staff.
Congratulations to all involve
Presentation of the certificate will be made on Saturday 11th November by Peter Goddard Deputy Regional Director (Yorkshire Region of CAMRA) at 2.00 pm.
New Brewery - Yorkshire Brewhouse, Matrich House, Goulton Street, Hull
See Brewery Information for more details
Vintage, Silver Street, Hull
A newly opened single room bar in the heart of Hull's real ale trail. Tastefully decorated with pictures of the old town giving the bar a relaxed atmosphere for real ale lovers. On the site of a former jewellers next door to the historic Ye Olde White Harte
CAMRA members discount 15p off a pint of cask ale
Centurion Arms, Brough
This is a new micro-pub on Skillings Lane, and is the brainchild of Mark Storey (ex Big River Brewery). Normally 4 hand pull real ales mainly from LocAle Brewers, plus real cider. Open daily from 5pm and 10.30pm Monday to Thursday, 12noon to 11pm Friday/Saturday and 12noon to 10.30 Sunday.
Black Horse, Atwick
The Black Horse Inn in Atwick are now giving a 10% discount off real ale to card carrying CAMRA members. Please pop along and enjoy the pub and get to know the new landlord
Admiral of the Humber, Carr Lane, Hull
The Admiral of the Humber reopen on the 23rd June after major refurbishment and the addition of a 22 room hotel above the pub. There is a new external beer terrace and LocAle beers on tapl
Wingfield Farm, Hessle
Is now open on the Hessle roundabout close to the Humber Bridge. Although very much a food led pub with no bar area as such, it sells two permanent Greene King ales (IPA & Abbott) plus one rotating local guest ale from the Great Newsome range
Young Members Co-Ordinator
We would like to welcome Alan Bowler as our new branch Young Members Co-Ordinator he can be contacted at ku.gro.armac.lluh@srebmemgnuoy or by phone 07539 234933
Captain William, 1 Promenade, Withernsea
The newest Real Ale outlet in our area is hosting an official opening/fun weekend on 20th-21st May, why not pop along and show your support
Hop & Vine, Albion Street, Hull
Now under new management, after many successful years as a prominent CAMRA cider pub award winner Stuart Campbell has moved on to pastures new and the Hop & Vine has been taken over by Tony Garrett. Tony is the branch membership secretary and therefore will be continuing to promote CAMRA aims with real ale and award wining cider. We wish him every success.
Dram Shop, Hull
Now reopened and they have up to six real ales which include two permanent ones Theakston's Lightfoot and Well's Bomardier, along with guests from both national and local breweries and local real ciders. Card carrying CAMRA members get discount on a pint of real ale
National, National Avenue, Hull
National pub on National Avenue are now offering 10% discount for CAMRA members. They also have on Timothy Taylor dark mild for Mild in May month
Chilli Devil's, Manor Street, Hull
We welcome an old friend of our beer festival Ian Ibbetson to the real ale scene with the opening of his own real ale and chilli bar. It is housed in the old cafe "The Brief' in Manor Street, near to Land of Green Ginger, we wish Ian every success.
Corn Exchange, Lowgate, Hull
Dexters@Ye Olde Corn Exchange has now reopened after a small refurbishment as the Corn Exchange. 4 real ales now on offer and food in the form of pies from Pieminister also available. We wish the new management team of Malcolm and Darron all the best in their new venture.
CAMRA card carrying members please remember to ask for your discount on real ale
The Malt House - Howden
New establishment has opened in Howden with
opening hours 12:00 - 23:00, 7 days a week. It's a family run business in the heart of Howden offering a selection of food and drinks unique to the town with the menu changing through the seasons
This Years Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival is on 16th to 18th November 2017, again at the Holy Trinity Church, Hull. Check our Twitter and Facebook pages over the next few months for updates and of course this web site and the dedicated festival page:
Hull Festival Poster
Hull Real Ale & Cider Festival 2017
Sponsorship Packages 2017
Click on the logo to go to the Hull UK City of Culture home page
Local Festival News
Festival are being held at the following locations, please check our Local Beer Festival & Events page for further details, these festival are non-CAMRA events unless otherwise stated:
13th - 14th October - Wold Top Brewery, Wold Newton
Please check our social media sites and website for updates.
Is your local holding a beer festival then why not ask the landlord/landlady/licensee to email the detail to us at ku.gro.armac.lluh@ofni
Regional CAMRA Beer Festivals
To see a list for 2017 see Local Beer Festival page for more information.
Web Site updates:
Festival Page updated - 26th August 2017
Front Page, Brewery Information, Brewery News and Event pages updated - 4th September 2017
Front Page and Brewery news updated - 12th September 2017
Front Page and Brewery news updated - 21st September 2017
Genepool Brewery and All Hallows Brewery information updated - 22nd September 2017
LocalFestivals and Events page updated - 28th September 2017
Front Page and Contact list updated - 6th October 2017
PM 101 added, Brewery Info updated, New Brewery added - 9th October 2017
Members Section updated, August Open meeting minutes added, GBG Nominations added, Members Discount information updated and Dog Friendly Pubs updated - 9th October 2017
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