Welcome to the website for CAMRA Scotland & Northern Ireland Branches

The aims of the Campaign for Real Ale - CAMRA are:

CAMRA is a non-profit, consumer organistion with 180944 members.  The aim of this website is to act as a portal for all eleven CAMRA branches located in Scotland and Northern Ireland. With over 200 local CAMRA branches throughout the UK, CAMRA Scotland and Northern Ireland Branches (SNIB) is one of 16 regional areas and represents a steadily increasing membership in excess of 5000.

Revitalisation Project

This project is designed to breathe new life into CAMRA and as such, invites the views of all members.  Two consultation meetings have been arranged in Scotland.  The first is being held in Edinburgh on the afternoon of Saturday 2nd July at the Caledonian Brewery with the second meeting scheduled on the evening of Friday 26th August in the State Bar, Glasgow.  To attend either of these meetings, members must first register their interest via this link.

Champion Beer of Scotland 2016

Tryst Raj IPA was declared CAMRA's¬†Champion Beer of Scotland Competition after a blind tasting at the Scottish Real Ale Festival in Edinburgh's Corn Exchange on Thursday 7th July. 


The full result was as follows:


Tryst Raj IPA


Ayr Brewing Company Rabbie's Porter


Cairngorm Black Gold


Scotland & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year 2015

We are delighted to announce that the the Stockbridge Tap in Edinburgh has been named Scotland & Northern Ireland Pub of the Year for 2015.

A photo of the Stockbridge Tap ExternalA photo of the Stockbridge Tap sign

Scotland & Northern Ireland Branches (SNIB) Meeting

 A photo of Geordie's Byre, Ayr

The next SNIB meeting is on Saturday 27th August starting at 1300.  It will be hosted by Ayrshire & Wigtownshire CAMRA in Geordie's Byre, Ayr.  All members are invited to attend.