Chiltern Society Craft Beer Award 2017

  |  Published: Aug 1st 2017

We are delighted to announce the results of our Craft Beer Award which is the latest in our series of annual Food & Drink Awards, designed to encourage and promote local Chiltern businesses.

The final and most important part of our judging process, the beer tasting, took place on Saturday at the White Hill Centre, Chesham.  The judging was carried out by members of the Society’s Save Our Pubs Team accompanied by the CAMRA central southern regional director, Carl Griffin.

The Chilterns is very much part of the microbrewing success story, with new microbreweries springing up all over the country.  Now the Chiltern Society is adding to the accolades by giving awards to 5 Chiltern breweries.

We are delighted to announce that the winner for the North Chilterns and overall winning company is Tring Brewery. Their Pale Four ale was very popular with the judges. The Central Chilterns champion is Chiltern Brewery whose highest rated ale was John Hampden Golden Harvest. Our Southern Chilterns winner is Rebellion Brewery of Marlow. The tasters very much appreciated Rebellion’s Zebedee beer.

Lovibonds of Henley and Malt The Brewery of Prestwood both achieved Highly Commended status for the quality of their beers.

The presentation to these fantastic five Chiltern breweries will take place in October.

The Chiltern Society

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Tring Brewery beer, courtesy The Chiltern Society
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