Tuesday, 6 July 2010

Britain's Best Beer 2010 - The July Draw Prize

This month we've put together a great mix of British Beer for our draw prize. Twelve bottles of beer ranging from 3.5% to 7% abv. From pale Summer ales to IPA & Imperial Stout - hopefully something for every taste. You can enter our competition to find Britain's Best Beer 2010 Here

The Beers are:

Ilkey Brewery - Mary Jane - abv 3.5%
Crisp and pale with a refreshing citrus aroma.
Great Newsome Brewery - Sleck Dust - abv 3.8%
Golden straw coloured with a citrus apricot, grapefruit aroma and a sharp zesty taste
Wensleydale Brewery - Semer Water - abv 4.1%
Clean, crisp and hoppy, this is a light, golden ale and a very moreish best bitter
Hawkshead Brewery - Lakeland Gold - abv 4.4%
Golden ale with complex fruit flavours
Isle of Skye - Black Cuillin - abv 4.5%
A dark Scottish ale brewed with oats & heather honey
Brew Dog - 77 Lager - abv 4.9%
Made with 100% malt and whole leaf hops. No preservatives or additives
Williams Brothers - Froach Heather Ale - abv 5%
A light amber ale with floral peaty aroma and a spicy herbal flavour
Thornbridge Brewery - Kipling - abv 5.2%
Golden blonde beer with a fruity aroma. A lasting grapefruit-like bitter finish
Marble Brewery - Tawny No3 - abv 5.7%
Rich tawny brown, with an earthy hop aroma. Big but balanced
Meantime Brewery - Raspberry Grand Cru - abv 6.5%
A full raspberry fruit nose, sweet and sour fruit on the palate and a wildly refreshing zesty finish
Crown Brewery - Unpronounceable IPA - abv 7%
A traditional golden IPA, full flavoured & packed with bitterness
Samuel Smith's - Imperial Stout - abv 7%
Rich, flavorful, deep chocolate color, scented and roasted barley nose


Want to win this great case of real ale?
Simply select the best British beer you have drunk this year to help us find Britain's Best Beer 2010.
There are two categories to vote in, Best Cask Beer and Best Bottled Beer.
We know there are some great beers out there, which is why you can select up to three beers in either one or both categories. Every vote will count equally and by the end of November we hope to have found a winner.
Vote here before the end of July for your chance to win

Please note this competition is only open to UK residents OVER the age of 18.

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