Our Leeds Best announced as a finalist at the GBBF
We are very pleased to announce our Leeds Best was a finalist in CAMRA's Champion Beer of Britain Awards 2016 at The Great British Beer Festival.
Our golden best bitter is a classic Yorkshire pint and we are thrilled that it has been recognised across the country. Brewed using British malted barley, English First Gold and Goldings hops that all blend perfectly with our unique Yorkshire yeast to create a full flavoured, well balanced beer.
CAMRA, the Campaign for Real Ale, is an independent, voluntary organisation campaigning for real ale, community pubs and consumer rights. Formed way back in March 1971, CAMRA coined the term 'real ale' to allow people to differentiate between bland processed beers and the traditional beers whose very existence was under threat. They now support local well-run pubs as the centres of community life and believe their continued existence play a critical social role in UK culture. Now with over 175,000 members across the world, it has been described as the most successful consumer campaign in Europe.
As one of their Real Ale awards categories, the Champion Beer of Britain competition is judged every year by a panel of experts blind tasting real ales from up and down the country.
This year the awards were held at the Great British Beer Festival and thanks to these passionate organisations, we bagged ourselves a 2016 finalist place. Come and celebrate with us in the only way that seems fit... with a pint of Leeds Best of course!