|These pages hold information about the Richmond and Hounslow Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale. CAMRA is an independent, voluntary, consumer organisation.
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Details of local CAMRA activities in the near future. Our forthcoming social events will be shown here, together with branch meetings, pub crawls and campaigning events.
Local pub/brewery changes. general gossip, and AGM decisions.
The Twickenham Beer & Cider festival is held every October in the Clarendon Hall/Hyde Room at YORK HOUSE Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA.
If you are a CAMRA member and would like to help, do let us know by completing a Registration form.
This year's pub of the year was announced on the 20th Oct 2017 at the Twickenham Beer & Cider Festival. The winner was the Roebuck, Richmond Hill. Joint runners up were the Sussex Arms & Express Tavern, with a special mention to the Masons Arms - Runner up in London pub of the year. Do get involved for next year's PotY by attending our branch meetings.
Branch Area Update - The area covered by the Richmond & Hounslow branch has been expanded to now include the entire Hounslow and Richmond-upon-Thames boroughs. It will become effective from October 1st 2017.
The CAMRA's National Beer Scoring System (NBSS) has been upgraded and is now fully integrated with whatpub.com, making finding a pub and scoring your beers much easier. Beer scoring is only available to CAMRA members. To start scoring please visit the WhatPub web site and follow the Members Login link, then search for the pub you have visited. Beer scoring our branch area pubs enables us to better decide which pubs get selected into the next issue of the Good Beer Guide.
Festival's Facebook page. www.facebook.com/TwickenhamBeerFest
We have started to send out a regular Newsletter to all branch members who have provided CAMRA with an email address.
The Mitre, in Richmond is the latest branch pub to start serving real draft cider from hand-pumps. The Stable at Kew Bridge, Brentford is not a pub in the traditional sense, but a pizza restaurant with a strong connection with cider. If you just want a drink you will not be expected to eat there. They have a very good range of ciders, nine gravity served from the box. Price £5-5.50 a pint. CAMRA has now set October aside as Cider & Perry Month.
Please use this page to report on a Pub you've visited, raise an issue for the Committee to consider, or advise us of any site problems and suggestions.