Pre-orders are now available for CAMRA’s Good Beer Yearbook 2023, which has been written by a host of award-winning beer writers and will be published on 1 February 2023.
The ambitious new publication examines the contemporary world of beer, highlighting the developments, innovations, people, trends, concerns and causes for celebration that are having an impact on the modern beer scene. Released at the beginning of each year, the Good Beer Yearbook will look back in detail on the previous twelve months in beer and attempt to make some predictions about what might be just around the corner for the world’s favourite drink.
The Good Beer Yearbook 2023 is compilation of more than twenty-five experts and industry insiders who were invited to share their thoughts about the main issues affecting the beer trade in 2022-23. The publication is curated by award-winning writer Emma Inch, and the authors include Adrian Tierney-Jones, Andy Parker, Jane Peyton, Jonny Garrett, Laura Hadland, Matthew Curtis, Melissa Cole, Pete Brown, Roger Protz and Tim Webb.
To celebrate the launch of the book, members of the press are invited to Anspach & Hobday’s taproom, The Arch House in Bermondsey on 8 February where a selection of the authors will be attending to talk about the book. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to let us know you would like to attend.
Review copies are available on request and will be sent on 24th January. Interview opportunities with each of the authors are also available.
For more information on the Good Beer Yearbook 2023, and to pre-order your copy, go to the CAMRA website here.
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, is a not-for-profit consumer group with over 160,000 members that has been operating since 1971. Our vision is to have quality real ale and thriving pubs in every community.
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