Voting for the 2018 Good Beer Guide is now open. Ipswich & East Suffolk CAMRA branch members can now nominate pubs online on our online voting page. Online votes must be registered by February 27th.

About Ipswich & East Suffolk Camra

CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) is a national consumer campaign run to promote Real Ale and a greater awareness in local pub and responsible beer drinking issues.

The Ipswich & East Suffolk Branch is one of about 200 branches that exist in the UK and usually meets monthly on Tuesdays to discuss issues related to local brewers and local pubs. It also organises the Ipswich beer festival and supports the Museum of East Anglian Life's Stowmarket beer festival and the John Peel centre beer festival.

For branch committee and other information please see this page


The Ipswich & East Suffolk branch covers this area of Suffolk

branch area

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Our local news magazine is called Last Orders

Local branch campaigns currently include:

The Camra Charter

Sets out the campaign's aims to:


Join the National Beer Scoring Scheme.

For more information about national campaigns, see the Camra website.