Randy has some great beers lined up, plus some food specials to nibble on. For our members in good standing, each will receive a gift of a $10 credit towards their bill at the event! There is no charge to attend, just pay for whatever you order. There will be special event pricing on the beer as well as some food specials.
A section of tables will be reserved for our group – please indicate you are “going” at this Facebook event link so we can have an idea of number of attendees.
All COVID protocols will be followed, including vaccine passports with photo ID, masks while not at your table, and social distancing! See you on Thursday!
Why Join CAMRA SO?
You have a love of craft beer and see the value of supporting the craft beer industry
Your membership in CAMRA SO provides you with the opportunity to join a community of like-minded craft beer lovers and help campaign to protect the rights and needs of craft beer consumers
You enjoy the opportunity to attend craft beer events (some will offer CAMRA SO discounted rates, special access or advance ticket purchases)
You can participate in CAMRA SO member-only organized, brewery tours, meet the brewer events, craft ale pub visits, out-of-town road trips and tastings, cask events etc.
Access to a number of CAMRA SO member benefits courtesy of our local participating businesses
Keep up-to-date on beer-related activities, cask events, and new craft beer releases throughout the South Okanagan via our member newsletter and Facebook page
Communication of and opportunity to participate in other CAMRA BC branch events
We are always looking for more volunteers to help. If you don’t have time to commit to being an executive member, please consider being an event volunteer. Not only will you have a ton of fun, but there is a high likelihood of beer-related perks involved. Contact Kim if you are interested in being on our volunteer list.
Welcome to the South Okanagan branch of the Campaign for Real Ale, an independent, volunteer-run consumer organization dedicated to supporting the brewing of traditional styles of beer in the traditional manner, using traditional ingredients.