aletalk.co.uk have today announced the winners in their search for Britain’s Best Beer 2010.
aletalk.co.uk’s registered users voted for their favourite beers in two categories: draught and packaged
(bottled or canned). The competition was open to every brewery and every beer brewed in the UK. This
makes it the most comprehensive beer competition the UK has seen with votes being cast for 145 different
beers from 95 breweries.
The winners are:
Britain’s Best Beer 2010 (draught): Thornbridge Jaipur
Runner-up: Timothy Taylor Landlord
Britain’s Best Beer 2010 (packaged): Thornbridge Halcyon
Runner-up: Thornbridge Jaipur
The winners will be presented with a certificate confirming their standing as Britain’s Best Beer 2010.
Steven, founder of aletalk.co.uk stated “It is no surprise that Thornbridge beers are so highly regarded. They
have been producing some outstanding beers for some time now and many would say they have been leading
the craft brewing revolution in the UK. The fact that ‘Landlord’ is runner up shows that there is still a place
in a lot of people’s hearts for more ‘traditional’ beers”.
Anyone in the UK over the age of 18 could register and vote for their favourite beer(s) of the year.
Every brewery and beer brewed in the UK was included, so unlike other champion beer competitions the
aletalk competition is ‘inclusive’ and encompasses beers of all styles, not just ales.
The aletalk.co.uk Britain’s Best Beer competition will return in 2011.