Well known for its bible The Good Beer Guide, the organisation has now gone digital, with the CAMRA app now available from the app store and Google Play store.
It should allow you to search by postcode/town/county to identify the pubs in your region, ready for when they re-open their doors as lockdown lifts.
Have a look at the ones in the Sleaford here, as mentioned by Fenland CAMRA.
The Brass Windmill, Helpringham. The village local with beamed ceilings. Pub was acquired at the end of 2015 and changed its name from the Nags Head and is free of tie, and supported by community. The pub regularly has a beer from the 8 Sail brewery which is just a few miles down the road. EMN-210317-162036001 Photo: Midlands
The Carre Arms Hotel, Sleaford. A privately run hotel. A comfortable bar area with two rooms, offering real ales which regularly change, featuring both larger regional breweries and local breweries. Often a cider available on handpump. An extensive food menu is offered, served in the bar area or restaurant. There is a pleasant covered courtyard, ideal on inclement days. EMN-210317-170533001 Photo: Midlands
The Duke of Wellington, Leasingham. A community owned pub serving real ale and hot food. Originally a thatched pub, named the Sun, the Pub was renamed when it was bought by a local officer following the Battle of Waterloo. Monday night is quiz night, a popular event run by the locals with many other event nights planned throughout the year. EMN-210317-165707001 Photo: Midlands
The Finch Hatton Arms, Ewerby. It is now a free house and fully equipped small hotel. It retains, however, the charm of its past along with local artefacts inside and out. The extensive menu is varied. Occasional guest beer sometimes local - 8 Sail. EMN-210317-162957001 Photo: Midlands