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Trophy win for Liberation at industry awards

Trophy win for Liberation at industry awards

Friday 03 December 2021

Trophy win for Liberation at industry awards

Liberation Brewing Co. has won the Championship Trophy in the Best Cask Conditioned Beer category at this year’s International Brewing and Cider Awards.

The brewery won a gold medal for its Liberation IPA in the Class 3 (ABV range 4.4% - 4.8%) section, then went on to triumph over the other three gold winners in the category to take home the Championship Trophy – a first in the history of Liberation Brewing Co.

“We’re delighted to have won the Championship Trophy in the Best Cask Conditioned Beer category at these prestigious awards," Patrick Dean, Head Brewer, Liberation Brewing Co said. "We work tirelessly to produce incredible beer that we know our customers love. This accolade pays testament to the dedication and expertise of our excellent team and I’d like to take this opportunity to thank them for everything they do in making Liberation Brewing Co one of the best breweries around.”

Judging took place in November at the National Brewery Centre in Burton-upon-Trent with professionals from the brewing and cider making industry led by Chair of Beer Judging, Rob McCaig and Chair of Cider Judging, Gabe Cook.

“I’d like to congratulate Liberation Brewing Co on their achievements at this year’s awards and we’re thrilled to be able to provide them with the recognition they so truly deserve," Ruth Evans MBE, Director of the International Brewing & Cider Awards, commented.

“It’s been an honour to recognise and celebrate the extraordinary beers and ciders that both brewers and cider-makers have worked so hard to produce during what has been such a difficult 18 months for the industry.” 

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