Commenting on the publication of lockdown regulations which
state that alcohol can be soldas takeaway or delivery if it
is pre-ordered by phone or online, CAMRAâ€™s National Chairman
Nik Antona said:
â€œI am delighted that the Government has listened to the
concerns of thousands of CAMRA members, concerned pub-goers, and
beer lovers who have e-mailed their MPs in the last 48 hours urging
the Government to allow pubs and breweries to sell
alcohol as takeaway during the second lockdown.
â€œThis is a vital lifeline for local pubs and breweries across
England over the coming four weeks, giving them a lifeline
of income and allowing people to support local businesses.
â€œCAMRA continues to call on the Government to bring in a
comprehensive, long-term financial support package to support all
pubs and breweries through the lockdown and the tough months that
will follow this winter. Without a sector-specific support package,
we risk seeing thousands of pubs and breweries closing their doors
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, is a not-for-profit consumer
group with over 180,000 members that has been operating since 1971.
Our vision is to have quality real ale and thriving pubs in every
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