East and Mid Surrey

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

COVID-19 Updates

Pubs and clubs in our branch have made it through lockdown, but 42% of pub-goers say they are visiting the pub less than they did before. So many pubs and clubs have supported their communities through lockdown, by running shops for essentials, delivering meals to vulnerable members of the community, moving the pub online to help fight loneliness and social isolation, or simply making sure that their regulars can still pick up fresh ale and cider.

Now they need our support more than ever.

If you can go back to the pub please do so. Remember that if your local is under threat as a result of the COVID-19 crisis, CAMRA has a number of resources to help you save it. You can find them at https://camra.org.uk/saveyourlocal.

If you’re not ready to go back to the pub, you can find takeaway and delivery on www.whatpub.com. This will help support pubs that aren’t open yet, so please think about using them.


We try to keep our information as up to date as possible, but it’s an ever changing situation so please check directly with the venue beforehand. If you do have any updates, please get in touch via our Contacts page or use the feedback form on www.whatpub.com.


Brew2You

Brew2You is CAMRA’s new platform to help you buy beer and cider from local pubs, breweries and cider producers – so you get the best brews and help businesses stay afloat.


CAMRA Events

All CAMRA branch, regional and national events are suspended until further notice. We are holding branch socials and meetings via video conference, if you'd like to join in then please see our Branch Diary for more details.

Sadly our own Redhill Beer Festival, provisionally set for October 2020, has now also been cancelled. We look forward to seeing you in 2021!

Branch Pubs and Clubs

COVID-19 Pub and Club Update Page

Read CAMRA's advice on being a responsible pub goer


Branch Breweries

Dorking Brewery - draught beer boxes, bottles and mini kegs for collection, M-Sa 1000-1600, or delivery if ordered via website, guaranteed next day in Surrey. Brewery yard opens 11th July for outdoor drinking.

Felday Brewery - brewing again now that the Royal Oak, where it is situated, has reopened.

The Godstone Brewers - selling bottles and 5 litre cans. Email moc.srewerbenotsdogeht@selas for enquiries about stock, payment and prices.

Leith Hill Brewery - serving takeaway beer F-Sa evenings and Sa-Su lunchtimes as well as a barbecue 12-3 at the weekend.

Oxted Brewery - brewing currently suspended due to a faulty fermenter.

Pilgrim Brewery - open M-Sa 1000-1700 for takeaways with home delivery option via website. Also see comments below.

Surrey Hills Brewery - brewery shop open open for takeaways M-W 1000-1500 and Th-Sa 1000-1700.

Tillingbourne Brewery - beer available to takeaway from the brewery in 2, 4 and 6 pint containers and boxes of 5, 10 and 20 litres, F 1300-1830, Sa 1000-1530. Check their website for full info.

Titsey Brewing Co. - order online with local home deliveries or arrange collection from the brewery.

Crumbs Brewing - online shop doing free local deliveries to RH1-RH6 postcodes. Courier delivery also available elsewhere.


Six brewers spread across Surrey and Hampshire have teamed up to offer customers a free delivery service during the lock-down. The Garden Cider Company, Firebird Brewing Company, Pilgrim Brewery, Langham Brewery, Brightwater Brewery and Crafty Brewing Company are offering a service where customers can mix and match from any of the brewers’ products to make up a minimum order of 12 bottles. To order, visit The Garden Cider Company - delivery is free.


Neighbouring Branch Updates

Surrey/Hants Borders Updates

North Surrey Updates

Kingston and Leatherhead Updates