Britain's best once again
Brewers Gold, produced by Crouch Vale brewery in Essex, has been named Britain's best beer for the second straight year, beating out more than 50 other finalists in the opinion of a panel of beer writers, brewers and other journalists at the Great British Beer Festival in London.
The beer is produced by Crouch Vale brewery in Essex. The Good Beer Guide described it as a “honey-toned golden ale, with grapefruit sharpness offset by suggestions of melon and pineapple.”
The silver award went to Harveys brewery in Sussex for its Sussex Best Bitter. The bronze was awarded to Triple fff brewery in Hampshire for its Moondance.
Posted by William M. Dowd at 4:24 PM