Membership of the Association is open to:
An umbrella organisation for clubs in an area, e.g. county. NAWB membership is £12 per annum; life membership is not available. Insurance for clubs within the federation is arranged with NAWB under their federation umbrella. A NAWB member federation may enter the federation classes in the annual show and win the federation trophies.
Wine and/or Beer circles are groups of Wine and/or Beer makers holding regular, organised meetings with elected officers. An organisation whose members are, majoritively, interested in wine and beer-making. A club may or may not belong to a federation. NAWB membership for a club is £12 per annum; life membership is not available. Insurance for clubs may be arranged with NAWB through their federation, if they belong to one, or under the NAWB federation umbrella if they donít. A club must be a member of NAWB to obtain insurance via the NAWB umbrella. A NAWB club member may enter the circle classes in the annual show and win the circle trophies.
A NAWB member is a person with an interest in wine and / or beer making. NAWB membership is £12 per annum for a single member, or £20 for joint membership for a couple who live at the same address; life membership is 10 times the annual membership (As of 23/6/2022, we no longer offer this). A fully paid-up member may enter any of the individual classes in the annual show, although there are specific rules for the Newcomers classes and the Judges classes. A member does not have to belong to a club and may belong to a club that is not a member of NAWB.
A non-member is a person who may or may not have an interest in wine and / or beer making (e.g. they may be a spouse of a NAWB member). They may belong to a club that is a member of NAWB, or may belong to a club that is not a member of NAWB.
If the person is a member of a club that is a member of NAWB and they wish to enter the annual show, then they may enter the classes in sections 3, 5, and 6 in the schedule. If they wish to attend the annual show, then they must pay the non-member conference fee.
If the person is a member of a club that is not a member of NAWB, they are not allowed to enter any classes in the annual show; they may attend the show and will then pay the non-member conference fee.
Membership fees are due by 1st July each year.
For further details, contact the
Click here for Membership Application / Renewal Form and/or Standing Order Form. In order to save time and cost for the Association, and the member's own time, it is strongly recommended that existing and new members use the Standing Order Mandate for their annual membership payments.
Click here to view the Association's Constitution.
By joining the National Association of Wine and Beer Makers, you will gain knowledge, and the friendship of fellow home wine and beer makers from all parts of the country.
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