The Shrewsbury & West Shropshire Branch of CAMRA

The Campaign For Real Ale (CAMRA) campaigns for real ale, real pubs and consumer rights. We are an independent, voluntary organisation with over 180,000 members.

Shrewsbury is the County Town of Shropshire and is one of the most historic towns in England. It boasts a host of medieval buildings, castles and museums as well as some excellent Old Inns and Pubs.

Our branch covers the Western half of Shropshire, which includes the towns of Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Whitchurch and Ludlow. Take a look at our Branch Map.

Our beer festival is moving location and date!

The 2017 Festival will be from 20 – 22 July at the former Wakeman School.
See the Shrewsbury CAMRA Beer Festival 2017 Page  for details.


Join CAMRA !


 CAMRA recommended Pub Walks

Our Facebook page is here.

 Our Facebook Festival Page is here.

Our Branch Twitter feed is  here

Our  Festival Twitter feed is here.

If you have any issues with this website, click here to email the Webmaster or go to our ‘Contact the Branch’ page for more options.


5 thoughts on “The Shrewsbury & West Shropshire Branch of CAMRA

  1. No Stonehouse sold at any of the supermarkets in Oswestry, other than Stan’s Superstore in St. Martin’s. Shocking! Thank goodness that it is sold at Boozed Up! and Twelve Green Bottles though!


  2. I just tried to buy some Shropshire Ale in Sainsbury’s ( “it’s our values that make us different”.) only one bottle amongst the hundreds on sale…Shropshire Lad. I complained perhaps we all should?


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