LocAle is an initiative that promotes pubs stocking locally brewed real ale in order to reduce the number of ‘beer miles’ from brewery to pub cellar. It is based on growing consumer demand for quality local produce and increasing awareness of environmental issues.
Below is a map of all Locale pubs, clubs and bars in the Mid-Chilterns branch.
So where are your LocAle pubs? The map above includes the following pubs:
The Valiant Trooper Aldbury, King’s Arms Amersham, The Crown Amersham, Paper Mill Apsley, White Lion Apsley, Crown Berkhamsted, Rising Sun Berkhamsted, Hen & Chickens Botley, White Horse Bourne End, Bell Bovingdon, Crown & Sceptre Briden’s Camp, The Bell Chartridge, The Old Swan Cheddington, Black Horse Chesham, Queen’s Head Chesham, Mad Squirrel Brewery Shop Chesham, Trekkers Chesham, Harte & Magpies Coleshill, Red Lion Dagnall, Spotted Dog Flamstead, The Nags Head Great Missenden, Monks Inn Hemel Hempstead, The Full House Hemel Hempstead Rose & Crown Ivinghoe Green Man Leverstock Green, Crown Ley Hill, Swan Ley Hill, White Lion Little Chalfont, The Local Markyate, Plume of Feathers Markyate, Angler’s Retreat Marsworth, The Squirrel Penn Street, Jolly Cricketers Seer Green, Old Swan Swan Bottom, Robin Hood Tring, Anchor Tring, Kings Arms Tring, Castle Tring, White Hart Whelpley Hill, Potters Arms Winchmore Hill, Greyhound Wiggington, Half Moon Wilstone.
Launched in 2007, CAMRA branches around the country will award accreditation to pubs that regularly stock at least one real ale. The pub can then advertise their support by posting the window sticker in their pubs.
Some of the benefits of stocking locally produced real ale in local pubs includes:
– pubs can attract more visitors through their doors, including tourists
– consumers can enjoy greater beer choice and diversity
– local brewers are supported with increased sales
– local economy is supported as more money is generated and spent locally
– fewer beer miles means less impact on the environmental
Cheers to local beer!
*Information correct as of June 2021. Please note these details are updated at the convenience of our volunteers, as such we take no responsibility for incorrect/outdated information. Thank you for your understanding, please see terms for further information.