The Chiltern Brewery is three times a winner at SIBA Awards

Julian Dorling, Marketing Foods  |  Published: Nov 9th 2017

Christmas has come early for Buckinghamshire and the Chiltern’s oldest independent brewery! The Chiltern Brewery has won 3 top awards for 3 of its ales at The Society of Independent Brewers' (SIBA) Midlands Beer Awards.

Bottled 300s Dark Old Ale 5.0% proved a dark horse indeed winning gold in the Small Pack, Strong Bitters & Pale Ales category. It is described by the Brewery as a robust, full-flavoured ale with real depth of flavour and a long finish”. The bottled beer is also certified gluten free.

Draught Chiltern Pale Ale 3.7% - described lovingly by one fan recently as being ‘so perfectly balanced and full of flavour’ was awarded bronze in the Cask Standard Bitters & Pale Ales.

Finally, the judges gave draught Porter, Chiltern Black, a bronze – in the Cask Speciality Mid to Dark Beers section.

The Chiltern Brewery’s Head Brewer Tom Jenkinson is thrilled. “Awards such as these really make testament to our years of expertise and our focus on producing the best ales we can. A huge ‘well done’ to the whole team here.”

SIBA awards are judged mostly by brewers, industry experts and beer journalists, so are very much seen as the ‘Brewers’ Choice Awards’ by the industry. The quality of entries was once again fantastic according to Competitions Committee Chair Guy Sheppard.

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