GBBF: Champion Beer of Britain 2009 – All the Winners

GBBF: Champion Beer of Britain 2009 – All the Winners

Overall winners
Champion Beer of Britain – Rudgate, Ruby Mild (York, North Yorkshire)
Second – Oakham, Attila (Peterborough, Cambridgeshire)
Third – West Berkshire, Dr Hexter’s Healer (Thatcham, Berkshire)

Mild category
Gold – Rudgate, Ruby Mild (York, North Yorkshire)
Silver – Bank Top, Dark Mild (Bolton, Lancashire)
Bronze – Highland, Dark Munro (Birsay, Orkney)

Bitter category
Gold – Surrey Hills, Ranmore Ale (Guildford, Surrey)
Silver – Butcombe, Bitter (Bristol, Avon)
Joint Bronze – Humpty Dumpty, Little Sharpie (Reedham, Norfolk)
Joint Bronze – Triple fff, Alton’s Pride (Alton, Hampshire)

Best Bitter category
Gold – Southport, Golden Sands (Southport, Merseyside)
Silver – Buntingford, Britannia (Royston, Hertfordshire)
Joint Bronze – Evan Evans, Cwrw (Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire)
Joint Bronze – Thornbridge, Lord Marples (Bakewell, Derbyshire)
Joint Bronze – Vale, VPA (Brill, Buckinghamshire)

Golden Ale category
Gold – Dark Star, American Pale Ale (Ansty, West Sussex)
Joint Silver – Adnams, Explorer (Southwold, Suffolk)
Joint Silver – St Austell, Proper Job (St Austell, Cornwall)

Strong Bitter category
Gold – West Berkshire, Dr Hexter’s Healer (Thatcham, Berkshire)
Silver – Thornbridge, Kipling (Bakewell, Derbyshire)
Bronze – Grain, Tamarind IPA (Harleston, Norfolk)

Speciality Beer category
Gold – Nethergate, Umbel Magna (Pentlow, Essex)
Silver – Wentworth, Bumble Beer (Wentworth, South Yorkshire)
Bronze – Amber, Chocolate Orange Stout (Ripley, Derbyshire)

Winter Beer of Britain winner (announced in January 2009)
Oakham, Attila (Cambridgshire)

Bottled Beer of Britain winners (sponsored by Travelodge)
Gold – Titanic, Stout (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)
Silver – Great Gable, Yewbarrow (Gosforth, Cumbria)
Bronze – White Shield Brewery, White Shield (Coors, Burton-on-Trent)

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