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North Cotswold Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale

Neighbour CAMRA Branches & Sub Branches

Our Branch is located in CAMRA South West Region. We cover postcodes GL54, GL55, and GL56. Also parts of OX7, OX18 and WR12 that lie within the County of Gloucestershire. Select Map link above for clarification.

Branch

Sub Branch

Postcodes

Border on our

CAMRA Region

Gloucestershire

Cirencester

GL7 & 8.

South

South West

Tewkesbury

GL18, 19 & 20

North West

South West

Cheltenham

GL50, 51, 52 & 53

West

South West

Shakespeare

 

 

North

West Midlands

North Oxfordshire

 

 

East

Central Southern

South Oxfordshire

 

 

Extreme South East

Central Southern

Breweries

Donningtons Brewery Thomas Arkell bought a 13th century watermill in idyllic countryside in 1827, and Richard Arkell began brewing on the site in 1865. (GL54 1EP)

Goffs Brewery ....... Enter the home of the Legendary Jouster. Goffs are located in Winchcombe. (GL54 5NS)

Stanway Brewery Beers brewed in a 16th Century Jacobean Manor House using one of the few wood-fired coppers remaining in the whole of Britain. (GL54 5PQ)

Cotswold Brewing Company Located in the heart of the Cotswolds in Bourton, their passion is making the finest and freshest lagers, wheat beers and ciders. (GL54 2HN)

North Cotswold Brewery Situated on the Gloucestershire/ Warwickshire border, Ditchford Farm is the home of The North Cotswold Brewery. (GL56 9RD)

Hook Norton Brewery Situated in North Oxfordshire. Supplies beer to many pubs in our area. (OX15 5NY)

Others

Facebook Our Branch Facebook Page

Real Ale In Gloucestershire - North Cotswold .. Steve Harborne has spent many hours accumulating information for this site. Well worth a visit to find out more about the pubs in our area.

Gloucestershire Ale Trail This promotes pubs and outlets where you are guaranteed to find a draught of Gloucestershire beer.

www.heritagepubs.org.uk .......... The National Inventory is CAMRA's pioneering effort to identify and protect the most important historic pub interiors in the country. It has been part of the campaign's mission for the last 35 years to not only save real ale but also Britain's rich heritage of pubs.

Note that links to Pub sites can be found on our Map page.