Hinckley and Bosworth

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

About Us

Formed in 2005, we were initially a sub-branch of Leicester CAMRA, and susbsequently went on to achieve full Branch status in September 2008.

Using either the blue links in the text or the menu bar either on the left side or top of each page to navigate our website. From here, you can locate information regarding our upcoming beer festival (Market Bosworth Rail Ale Festival 2020) and reports of previous years events (Market Bosworth Rail Ale Festival 2019). You can also find details of other beer festivals within reasonable travelling distance from the branch at (Local Beer Festivals).

Find out details in our (Branch Diary) of meetings and social events, including regular mystery mini-bus trips, Black Country pub tours and visits to other beer festivals. There are also details of all the pubs and clubs in the area (Local Pub/Club Guide) and of (LocAle Pubs ). The branch holds a very successful annual Quiz Night and the Norman Hall Pub Games trophy competition between Hinckley & Bosworth and Nuneaton & Bedworth branches.

2017 marked the 300th anniversary of the birth of William Bass, one of Hinckley's great brewers. In addition to William Bass, William Butler of Mitchells and Butler, was also born in Hinckley, whilst the equally famous William Worthington was born in nearby Orton-on-the-Hill, There were a series of events in the branch throughout the year, celebrating (The Three Brewers) and the especially unique association between Hinckley and some of the most famous brewers in the world.

The (Branch Area Beer History) details the pub and club awards, information on historic pub interiors and lost pubs in Hinckley and Bosworth, and keep up to date with the (Latest Branch News-Old Version).

The quarterly Half Pint magazine is distributed to around 4,000 premises and is an ideal platform for advertising local businesses as well as providing the latest news from around the branch and National CAMRA.

Please also find time to follow the (Hinckley Ale Trail) as there are great number of really good pubs in the town which are well worth a visit and will provide a rewarding experience.