CAMRA NI COVID-19 Distance Selling Response

‘Safe and sensible’ distance selling online must be next step, as off-licences allowed to re-open Consumer group CAMRA NI (Campaign for Real Ale) has welcomed calls on ministers to allow local brewing and cider-making businesses to sell their products online, after they decided off-licences are allowed to remain open. The Campaign argues that not only is this the right thing to do to avoid social contact, it would also allow

Letter to NI Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey

18th March 2020 Dear Minister, Re: Licensing laws – beer, pubs and Covid-19 We are writing on behalf of CAMRA NI, the Campaign for Real Ale, in relation to the beer and pubs industry and the challenges faced by Covid-19. Local pubs are a vital part of communities and are key to our social fabric, helping to tackle loneliness and social isolation. It is essential that we help to protect

Press Release – Covid-19 Support

CAMRA calls for financial support and emergency licensing law changes to help NI’s pubs and brewers For more information, contact press on 01727 337 863 or email The Campaign for Real Ale has urged the First Minister and Deputy First Minister to take action to save pubs and brewers from extinction as many stay closed for St Patrick’s Day.  CAMRA Northern Ireland has written to the First Minister and