Campaign For Real Ale dubbed ‘humourless’ over banning of ‘sexist’ beers from flagship festival

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BOTTLE-jobs at the Campaign For Real Ale caused controversy this week when they banned “sexist” beers from its flagship festival.

Labels on pumps and bottles – such as Top Totty, A Good Stuffing and the Village Bike – have now been censored by Camra, as they are deemed degrading to women.

But many drinkers have hit back, saying the group lacks a sense of humour.

We look at some of the banned beers – and others that could face the chop.


The Campaign For Real Ale decided it was the bitter end. . .  for bottle of Wife
The Campaign For Real Ale decided it was the bitter end. . .  for bottle of Wife
A gag based on marrying lots of women fell flat at Camra pumps
A gag based on marrying lots of women would fall flat at Camra pumps
A Good Stuffing festive red ale will be one for Santa’s naughty step
A Good Stuffing festive red ale will be one for Santa’s naughty step
No more pulling. . .  of Wench pints at the Camra festival, that is
No more pulling. . .  of Wench pints at the Camra festival, that is
A sad ending for suggestive pale ale label Hoppy Ending after Camra's ban
A sad ending for suggestive pale ale label Hoppy Ending after Camra’s ban
This saucy seaside summer brew would struggle to escape the PC brigade
That’s yer tot Blonde Beer - another one of the banned brews
That’s yer tot Blonde Beer – another one of the banned brews

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