A small but important example of this is the collection of traditional pub games held by the campaign, and which are available to festivals for the important business of fund raising. The images shown here were taken at the recent Peterborough CAMRA Beer Festival, which is an important event in the local social calendar particularly for younger drinkers, many of which may never have come across pub games like these. The attendance at the Peterborough festival numbers tens of thousands over the course of the week, and if only a few of those who enjoy the games on offer then go on to play them either casually or competitively in pubs, then another important goal will have been achieved by Europe's most successful campaigning organisation.
|Sjoelbak is a game of the Low Countries which can occasionally by found in British pubs, and involves sliding wooden discs into numbered holes to build a score.|
|Ringing the Handpull has the air of a recently invented game, but is thoroughly in keeping with the nature of the more eccentric pub games.|
|Roll out the Barrel uses the small barrel-shaped balls usually associated with Leicestershire Long Alley Skittles. This helps to add a slightly random element to every roll, unlike the Long Alley shown here which uses resin balls.|