Cromer brewery listed in new Beer Revolution book by Campaign for Real Ale
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A north Norfolk brewery has been highlighted in a book celebrating the most influential locations in the nation's flourishing beer scene.
Britain's Beer Revolution, published by the Campaign for Real Ale, includes the Poppyland brewery at Cromer.
The venture, in a former garage building in West Street, was launched in the summer of 2012 by former geologist and museum curator Martin Warren.
The book is a contemporary look at the most influential breweries, places and people and what makes them so special.
Camra said: 'Gone are the days when British beer drinkers were stuck with the choice of bitter or lager when ordering at the bar, as thanks to a revolution in British brewing over the last decade there are now more different styles of beer being brewed than ever before.'
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Britain's Beer Revolution, published today October 23, is available through Camra's website and book shops. Visit www.camra.org.uk/beerrevolution to purchase the book at a special introductory rate of £10 (RRP £14.99).
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