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Witch Ale
Free quarterly newsletter of East Lancs CAMRA

John Ingham stepped down as branch chairman and took over from Emma Harrison and Simon Scott as newsletter editor in 2009. If you have any comments you can contact the Witch Ale editor at .

Each issue contains a whole host of news and interesting articles written by local members. Anything from personal accounts of visits to pubs throughout the UK or further afield, interviews with key branch members, detailed news of real ale developments across the region, pub walks, and reviews appear in the free magazine.

Witch Ale is distributed by volunteers and is available at most pubs serving real ale in East Lancashire. So watch out for Witch Ale in your local and keep up to speed with real ale in your area!

Writing for Witch Ale

If you would like to contribute to future editions of Witch Ale, you can contact the editor via e-mail at .

Latest issue
Issue 84 (Spring 2016) is out soon! Look out for Witch Ale at your local real ale pub...
Download back issues
Click on the links below to download or open previous editions of Witch Ale.
Read Witch Ale 83 (7.5MB PDF)
Read Witch Ale 77 (6.0MB PDF)
Read Witch Ale 76 (5.2MB PDF)
Read Witch Ale 75 (4.9MB PDF)
Read Witch Ale 74 (7.4MB PDF)
Axe the Beer Tax
Axe the Beer Tax
Britain's pubs are under severe and sustained pressure. CAMRA predicts that up to 7,500 pubs could be lost by the end of 2012. Pubs play a vital role in the social life of communities up and down the country - and are an essential part of promoting a more responsible drinking culture. It is time to stand up for a Great British tradition and save the pub.
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