Frothingham Best Wins at the London Beer Competition. | Great Newsome Brewery
London Beer Competition Win at First Attempt
East Yorkshire’s Great Newsome Brewery has been awarded at the highly prestigious London Beer Competition announced on 1st May, at the first attempt. Frothingham Best was awarded a Bronze medal in the competition which recognises not only taste but also value and packaging. This makes Frothingham Best one of our most decorated beers having previously won World Beer Awards in 2013, 2014 and 2018.
Team Thrilled At London Beer Competition Medal
Matthew Hodgson, director, said. “This medal is recognition for all of the hard work that the team put in to every beer brewed here and especially as Frothingham Best is a special beer for us. Any award that is judged by our peers, beer writers and sommeliers means a great deal to us all”.
“We are all thrilled because for a small business like ours in rural Yorkshire awards like this help us gain much needed exposure nationally and internationally”.
He added, “The London Beer Competition is quickly gaining a reputation for recognising excellent beer which inspired us to enter for the first time. To receive any medal in this competition is tough as it attracts entrants from all over the world”.
View our previous awards here.
Beers Judged As Beer Drinkers Do.
According to CEO Sid Patel of London Beer Competition organiser Beverage Trade Network,
“The craft beer revolution has brought us many different styles, previously either unknown or re-found. Our judges have thoroughly enjoyed looking at and debating the different entrants, looking at beers the way beer drinkers do. Yes, they professionally analyse the quality, but crucially make awards by adding appearance and value for money into the mix.”
The judging panel consisting of beer industry experts from across commercial buying aspects. Judges ensure that all beers selected as winners are exactly the types of beers that are favoured by both the beer trade and the end consumer. Beers were judged on the basis of three primary criteria – quality, value and packaging. This is then scored on a 100-point scale. Beers that scored 90+ points were awarded Gold medals, 76 to 89 points were awarded Silver medals, whilst Bronze medals are awarded to those that score 65-75 points.
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Frothingham Best Available Here
Frothingham Best is available as both a cask and bottle beer. Frothingham Best bottles can be purchased online click here or through our usual stockists. Frothingham Best is also available for parties as a cask beer, details here. Any trade enquiries can be made by completing the contact form click here or by contacting us on 01964 612201.