Best of Britain

The market dominance of the new breed of Golden Ales in the UK looks set to continue. Brewers Gold, brewed by Crouch Vale of Essex, has just been judged the best beer in Britain.  For an incredible second consecutive year, a panel of brewers, beer writers and journalists, whittled down the individual category winners, in a blind tasting, to announce Brewers Gold as the top beer in the land.  

The only other beer to win the title twice is the esteemed Timothy Taylor’s Landlord (1994 and 1999).

More at CAMRA’s website, plus a full list of category medalists and past winners are also there.

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