Welcome to Wyre Forest CAMRA

Wyre Forest branch is part of the West Midlands Region of CAMRA.

The branch covers the towns of Bewdley, Stourport and Kidderminster, and the surrounding areas as far as Newnham Bridge to the west, Blakedown and Hagley to the east and Hartlebury to Shrawley to the south.

Here you can find information on local CAMRA activities. All CAMRA members living in the area are warmly invited to actively participate in branch activities; be that our annual beer festival, monthly Members' Meetings, weekly pub visits, brewery visits or beer scoring tours, amongst other activities.

For full details of our forthcoming meetings see our Branch Diary

If you're a CAMRA member whilst out and about you can record your beer scores in WhatPub, as it's beer scores that determine which pubs are selected for inclusion in the Good Beer Guide.
Full details are available here: Beer Scoring and the Good Beer Guide
Have you wondered which pubs score consistently well? If so then wonder no more! Our top 20 is available here: Beer Scores - Top 20 Pubs
If you are not yet a member of CAMRA please consider joining the campaign to help to protect our British Pubs, Real Ale, Cider and Perry in particular. Contact us at ku.gro.armac.tseroferyw@tcatnoc

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Latest News

Branch publishes Ale Trail Leaflet, Weavers Ale House in final 4 for National Pub of the Year Award, Branch Pubs successes in Regional Awards, Branch Pubs of the Season
For full details of all above please visit our Branch News
For full details of branch events please visit our Branch Diary

2018 Festival Logo

The 2018 Kidderminster Beer and Cider Festival is over

Save the date for next year: 16 - 18 May 2019



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