The organisation promotes what they designate as "real" ale, "real" cider, "real" perry and traditional British pubs and clubs.
Here are the pubs and bars in the Lancaster district that have made it into CAMRA's 2021 Guide - during its 50th year - voted for by CAMRA members.
5. John O' Gaunt, Market Street, Lancaster
Dating from 1871, the well known Lancaster pub recently had a full refurb and offers cask ale from local and national breweries.
6. The Little Bare, Princes Crescent, Bare
The award winning micropub is family run and offers several pumps with an ever changing variety of good quality beer,
7. The Three Mariners, Bridge Lane, Lancaster
Possibly Lancaster's oldest pub, the cellar at The Three Mariners is excavated at the first floor, and offers a large selection of craft and cask beer.
8. The Merchants, Castle Hill, Lancaster
A converted wine merchants' cellar built in 1688, The Merchants is a peaceful haven right in the centre of the city, offering regularly changing beers in a unique environment.