Heart of Warwickshire
Campaign For Real Ale
Champion Beer of Warwickshire 2014
A light refreshing beer with a hint of honey
Warwickshire Beer Company
Russet brown molasses, coffee, spicy roasted chocolate, treacle
Refreshing, light pale ale with a pleasant floral aroma. Made using English Marris Otter malts and Aramis hops
Refreshing crisp golden amber beer, full of flavours
East India Pale Ale
Golden Amber ale with a heady mixture of sweet malt, with a smooth, hoppy, resinous finish
Robust dark beer produced using a blend of crystal and chocolate malts
American Pale Ale. This American pale ale is packed full of hops to give it a well-rounded aftertaste
Hung Drawn 'n' Portered
Strong, dark coloured porter with Brambling Cross hops and a malty finish
Ruby coloured, containing a malty fruits and spice flavour with a vanilla and old english twist
Deep roast malt, coffee and treacle flavours, smooth dry finish
Purity Brewing Co
Dark, roasted, pepper, coffee, orange
Golden, hoppy, delicate malt finish
Harbury Beer Festival 2014
Harbury Beer Festival takes place on the Friday and Saturday following the August bank holiday each year.
The dates published in the January 2014 edition of our Branch Magazine were incorrect.
Beers from all over the country were drawn together to demonstrate that women can brew beer just as well as the men - some might say better than them - but they have had more practice as they did all the brewing during medieval times when the men were out working the fields.
Alongside these, the usual collection of Warwickshire breweries were featured.
To mark the Heart of Warwickshire branch's 40th year, we asked local breweries to produce a special anniversary ale and ran a competition to judge the best in advance of the start of the festival.
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About the Heart of Warwickshire branch
Our branch serves the central part of Warwickshire, including Leamington Spa, Warwick, Southam and the surrounding villages.
We are just one of seven CAMRA branches which cover the present administrative county of Warwickshire. The others are:
For more information, see CAMRA Near You (West Midlands Region).
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CAMRA's mission is to act as the champion of the consumer in relation to the UK and European drinks industry. It aims to:
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