Hertfordshire’s CAMRA Pulling Together and the CAMRA
Podcast – Pubs. Pints. People.

Edition 6 of Hertfordshire’s CAMRA Pulling Together magazine for February/March 2021 is now available. Please click here to reach it directly.

Hertfordshire’s Pints of View has long been published as hardcopy every two months and normally distributed through pubs and volunteers as well as being available online. The April/May 2020 edition was renamed ‘Hertfordshire’s CAMRA Pulling Together‘ in line with the national initiative during the lockdown. It will be published online only until conditions change relating to social distancing against COVID-19.

And now the digital edition also has a page-turning feature, making it even easier to enjoy – we hope you do!

Please visit here again when you see an article announcing a new edition, roughly every 8 weeks.

If you would have any news or pictures for future editions, please send them in to us, either secretary@northherts.camra.org.uk, or publicityofficer@northherts.camra.org.uk

Podcast – Pubs. Pints. People.


The latest media venture by national CAMRA is the podcast – go to https://camra.org.uk/podcast/
Out on alternate Tuesdays when ‘on air’ on a number of platforms including Spotify and Apple Podcast, it has been anchored since launch by Katie Wiles, Senior Communications Manager of CAMRA HQ, and normally co-hosted by two volunteers, Ant Fiorillo and Matt Bundy. This picture is their caricature.

Season 3 starts on March 2nd and all episodes are available for you to catch up. Start at the beginning! They are topical, but essentially timeless – think more audio book chapters than magazine.

The presenters and guest interviewers chat to special guests who are asked to conclude with their ‘Desert Island Beer’ and we learn about beer writing, brewing, cider making and more. Many episodes includes a ‘dive’ into CAMRA’s 50-year archive (and more besides).

I (Dean Barrett) was impressed, listen avidly and duly answered the call for volunteer interviewers. Listen to Roger Protz talking about his latest book: The Family Brewers of Britain.

If you like more traditional style national CAMRA news, see also the digital national newspaper What’s Brewing at https://wb.camra.org.uk/

or ‘Beer‘ magazine at https://wb.camra.org.uk/beer_digital/

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