Monday, 4 October 2010

Britain's Best Beer 2010 - The October Prize Draw

Someone on our Forum mentioned an off-licence nearby called Rhythm & Booze which stocked a good selection of British Beers.

We paid a visit and for your delectation here is October's prize in our search for Britain's Best Beer:

Acorn Brewery - Barnsley Gold - abv 4.3%
Fresh citrus aroma and good bitterness levels. Fruit and hops carry through to a crisp, dry finish

Acorn Brewery - Gorlovka - abv 6.0%
A deep malt and hoppy aroma with liquorice throughout. Roast malts, fruit and hops also carry through this full bodied stout

Bradfield Brewery - Farmers Pale Ale - abv 5.0%
A distinctive fruity Pale Ale, well balanced with a powerful floral bouquet, full-bodied and a predominantly dry aftertaste

Bradfield Brewery - Farmers Stout - abv 4.5%
A dark enriched 'black and white' stout balanced by ploughing through roasted malts and flaked oats with a subtle bitter hop character

Cropton Brewery - Scoresby Stout - abv 4.2%
A traditional stout combining dark roasted barley with Challenger and Goldings hops

Cropton Brewery - Two Pints Bitter - abv 4.0%
A classic bitter providing a balanced hoppy flavour with a malty aftertaste

Daleside Brewery - Blonde - abv 4.3%
A refreshing, light golden beer with a hoppy aroma & crisp palate

Daleside Brewery - Old Leg Over - abv 4.1%
A well balanced, mid brown ale, nutty in the mouth with a lingering hop and bitter aftertaste

Ossett Brewery - Excelsior - abv 5.2%
A fresh hoppy aroma with citrus and floral characteristics. A mellow yet full flavour that develops into a fruity dryness on the palate

Ossett Brewery - Treacle Stout - abv 5.0%
A rich and robust stout

York Brewery - Minster Ale - abv 4.2%
Light amber colour, an aroma of flowery hop with a very nice fruit and hop flavour

York Brewery - Yorkshire Terrier - abv 4.2%
A golden coloured premium bitter with a rich, creamy malt and full hop palate finish

Britain's Best Beer 2010

Want to win this great case of real ale?
Simply select the best British beer you have tasted 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 August for your chance to win this great case of British Beer

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

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