Glen Affric Brewery, based in Birkenhead, has won 6 medals at the 2021 European Beer Challenge, including 4 Gold medals.
The brewery prides itself on being a world-class brewery and the addition of these 6 awards to their existing portfolio of awards continues to solidify their position in the industry as a leader in world-class beers at affordable prices, including World’s Best Lager (Micro Variation, 2019) & World’s Best Pale Ale (Highland Suntan, 2020.)
Craig McCormick, Cofounder of Glen Affric Brewery said, “We’re all buzzing with excitement at the news of our awards haul at the 2021 European Beer Challenge! We continue to push ourselves to produce best-in-class beers and the addition of these awards to our existing portfolio of awards helps to prove that our hard efforts continue to pay off.
“We’re absolutely chuffed with these results, especially with newcomer Forres Haze only joining our core range in January and already picking up a Gold medal for such a prestigious award as the European Beer Challenge shows the dedication we have put into making it an award-winning beer.”
The brewery’s six flagship beers (listed above) now have a total of 21 medals between them and across the entire range, their display cabinet now boasts a total of 45 awards.
The awards were for the following beers from their range:
• Highland Suntan – Gold (Standard Pale Ale / Bitter)
• Forres Haze – Gold (New England IPA)
• Loch & Load – Gold (German Pilsener)
• Rutting Stag – Gold (American Amber Ale)
• I Can’t Believe It’s NOT-Ella – Silver (Chocolate)
• Tart An Typhoon – Bronze (Fruit)
Glen Affric Brewery is a family-owned and operated, multi-award-winning brewery established in 2017 and now produce an average of 25,000 litres per week and employ 20+ full-time team members.