Our search for Britain's Best Beer has now been running for four months. More people than we thought have taken part so far but, of course, we'd like even more to involved in helping us choose Britain's Best Beer 2010. The more people that take part, the more we can say that our winning beer will truly be Britain's Best Beer 2010.
The only criteria for a beer to be considered is that it must have been brewed in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland and tasted by the person voting for it in 2010. No entry fees for breweries, no cost to anyone voting, no small tasting panel, just the chance for us to find out what everyone in the country thinks is Britain's Best Beer 2010.
That must be the biggest tasting panel there's ever been!!
Every month we're giving away a prize, which we hope will encourage people to vote. In any given month, one person who enters (or updates) their choice(s) for Britain's Best Beer 2010 will be selected at random to receive the prize. Past prizes include a 52 Week Beer Club case of beer kindly donated by myBrewerytap and May's prize, shown here, which was won by The Ormskirk Baron, who describes it here.
So, I'm sure you're thinking which beer is leading the race at the moment? It's a question we're constantly being asked and one that gets the same response - we're not going to tell you until the voting is finished!!
We feel this is the fairest way - we don't want to influence the voting - suffice it to say though that Thornbridge & Marble beers are well thought of, with a good selection of breweries from all over the UK represented.
If you want to help find Britain's Best Beer 2010, you can find all the details here.