The Campaign for Real Ale has proposed changes to expand the organization by including cider and perry.
LA SIDRA.- The organization CAMRA, which has traditionally advocated real ale and the preservation of the British pub is moving to welcome a wider range of beers, ciders and perries.
The changes will give these beverages a greater standing, benefitting from nationwide reach and commitment to the education of consumers.
CAMRA argues that a closer connection with the current revolution in bars will enable the organization to reach the modern-day drinkers and pub goers.
They also keep in mind the importance of their members by giving them the chance to have a say on the Revitalisation Project.
The vote will be held at their Annual General Meeting in Coventry in April.
Meanwhile they will analyse the impacts and potential opportunities the changes will have, as they are aware of the fact that the pub landscape in evolving and they expect to offer a reason for cider and perry drinkers to join their organization.