Two awards were won by a Yorkshire Wolds brewery at the International Beer Challenge (IBC) 2022, which attracted entries from 31 countries.
Old Newton-based Wold Top’s Marmalade Porter won a silver award in the Best Stout/Porter category, and Intuition won a bronze award.
70 industry experts judged the global competition to determine the best no/low alcohol beer.
“Marmalade Porter is an established and best-selling beer in the Wold Top range, whereas Intuition was a year in development and marked our first foray into the low-alcohol market.”
“We’re over the moon that both beers have won these accolades in an international competition that is judged by experienced industry experts ranging from retailers, importers, publicans brewers to writers and flavour analysts,” said Wold Top’s Director and Head Brewer, Alex Balchin.
At the World Beer Awards 2021, Intuition also won a silver medal in the low and no alcohol category.
Marmalade Porter, 5.0% alcohol, is a complex, rich, dark porter with sweet malty notes, bitter orange overtones, and hints of coffee and chocolate. An intuitive pale ale that is gluten-free and vegan, with citrusy, fruity, hop-forward flavours.
World Top Brewery’s award-winning beers are available online at www.woldtopbrewery.co.uk and from specialist independent retailers throughout the country.
In 2003, Tom and Gill Mellor founded Wold Top Brewery on their family farm at Hunmanby Grange. The brewery produces award-winning cask, keg and bottled beers using homegrown barley and water from the farm’s borehole.
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