- Only members of Bradford Branch of CAMRA are eligible to submit nominations.
- Only pubs within the Bradford branch area are eligible for nomination, our area can be seen here
- A maximum of 20 pubs are to be nominated by each person.
- Pubs to be nominated should consistently serve real ale of good quality and in excellent condition at all times.
- To demonstrate a sufficient period of providing good quality real ale, pubs that were opened after 30th June 2018 are not eligible for nomination.
- The pubs with the most number of votes will be submitted for GBG 2020 (subject to ratification at the branch meeting in February).
- The maximum number of pubs that the branch can submit for the Good Beer Guide is determined by CAMRA.
- For pub selection criteria, see below the form
Pub Selection Criteria
- The pub should consistently serve ale of good quality and in excellent condition at all times.
The above shall be taken to mean consistent beer quality over a full year.
Other CAMRA Criteria to be Considered:
- The pub should comply with the approved beer dispense methods detailed in the CAMRA Internal Policy Document (see attached copy of Appendix 1).
- Branches are to give preference to pubs using oversized, lined glasses wherever pubs of equal status are considered for GBG entry.
- Branches may include outlets in the GBG that are not pubs.
- Will the licensee still be in the pub when that edition of the GBG is published?
- Real cider and perry.
- Welcome / friendliness of staff.
- Presentation / cleanliness.
- History of the pub / establishment.
- Support for the community.
- Pub garden.
The principle selection criterion is, and should always be, beer quality. The other factors should only be an influencing factor if there is a related impact to beer quality (for example, a change of landlord) or if further selection is required to meet the maximum permitted number of submissions for the Good Beer Guide.