Publications


Branch publications


Pints of View

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The latest issue (number 69, Summer 2017) of our branch magazine Pints of View is now available in real ale pubs throughout the branch area, and can also be downloaded in PDF format here (18.7 MB).

The following back issues of Pints of View are still available (PDF format):

Edinburgh & SE Scotland Real Ale Guide

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The fourth edition of the Edinburgh & SE Scotland Real Ale Guide was published in 2013. Copies are still available on request from the branch.
See the Pub Finder page for the latest updates to the Guide.

Edinburgh Pub Walks


Explore the Scottish city without missing out on its historic public houses. A pocket sized guide to Edinburgh and the surrounding area.
The Branch is currently out of stock of Edinburgh Pub Walks, but it is still available from the online CAMRA shop at a members’ price of £7.99.


Other publications


Good Beer Guide

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The Good Beer Guide is now in its 45rd edition and featuring 4500 of the best real ale pubs in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The original independent guide to good beer and good pubs also lists every real ale brewery currently operating and their key beers. All entries are researched and selected by members of CAMRA branches.

The 2018 edition was launched in September 2017. There are around 45 pubs, hotels and other outlets open to the public within our branch area in the new Guide. For more information, see the GBG page at the national CAMRA website.

Cheers! Celebrating 40 Years of CAMRA in Scotland 1974-2014

As part of the celebrations to recognise 40 years of campaigning in Scotland in 2014, members of CAMRA branches throughout the country have contributed their thoughts and reminiscences to a unique publication.


Scottish Brewing Archive Association Newsletter

The Scottish Brewing Archive Association (SBAA) is an independent body run by industry experts and brewing enthusiasts. It exists to promote the history of brewing in Scotland and raise awareness of the importance of preserving brewing records and artefacts for posterity. Recent issues of the SBAA newsletter are available here: