Liberation Group are celebrating after scooping yet another international award for Liberation Ale.
Never ones to shy away from a challenge, the group picked up a Bronze in this year’s International Beer Challenge 2013. The Awards, which have been rewarding and promoting excellent beers for 17 years, attract entries from over 25 countries around the world.
Beers are judged by aficionados from across the industry including retailers, importers, publicans, brewers, writers and flavour analysts before being scored according to appearance, aroma, taste and finish. A spokesperson for the awards noted that the competition had been extremely high this year and that the judging panel had been very impressed.
Mark Crowther, CEO of Liberation Group said: ‘We’re extremely proud to have won an award in the International Beer Challenge. For Liberation Ale to have been selected by a panel of such discerning critics, and just months after picking up Gold at the International Brewing Awards, is a real achievement. It’s testament to our fantastic brewery team, led by Paul Hurley that Liberation Ale continues to be recognised on an international stage.’
Liberation Ale is sold across the Channel Islands and is exported through selected pub chains in Britain, including JD Wetherspoon and Mitchell and Butler inns.
The awards for this year’s International Beer Challenge will be presented on Monday 9th September at Dartmouth House in Mayfair, London.