Registration is now open for the CAMRA Members’ Weekend and AGM 2019, which takes place from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 April at the Caird Hall in Dundee. Returning to Scotland after several years away, the weekend is already proving popular, with more than 750 members already registered. As a general idea of what to expect over the weekend, the Friday evening is when registration begins and the Members’ Bar opens. After a presentation for first time attendees, there will be a number of beer-themed trips available around the Dundee area from about 6pm onwards. The real business begins on Saturday morning with the AGM, followed by various activities in the afternoon and more trips in the evening as well as the Members’ Bar. On Sunday morning there will be a conference until 12:30pm, and then it’s time to head back to the bar to drink it dry! Train is the only real public transport option from Sheffield – an off-peak one-month return ticket costs £131.70 (£86.95 with a railcard). Closer to the time, cheaper advance tickets may also become available if booked online. The journey takes around 5 hours in each direction, with a change at either York or Edinburgh. More details on the Members’ Weekend can be found online at agm.camra.org.uk.