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The awards keep on coming for Suffolk-based craft brewery St Peter's as it sweeps the board in the Global Beer Masters.
St Peter's Brewery claimed two of only eight golds awarded in the competition for its Cream Stout and Black IPA, which was only launched in the spring.
It also picked up two silver medals for its Ruby Red Ale and Organic Ale and a bronze for Dark G-Free, its gluten-free beer.
The Global Masters series is judged purely on taste and every beer is measured on the taste and the skill of its brewer. All Global Masters are judged blind by the finest palates in the world – a panel of beer experts, beer sommeliers and senior buyers. Only the best competing beers are awarded medals from bronze through to gold.
“We've had a fantastic summer achieving awards for so many of our beers. The Global Masters is blind judged on taste alone so this is a real achievement for the team and testament to the quality of our brewing processes,” says Steve Magnall, CEO at St Peter's Brewery. “We only launched Black IPA in the spring so it's fantastic that it scored so highly with the judges. As a small craft brewery we are always looking to innovate so it's fantastic to know we are hitting the spot with the experts and the public,” he adds.
For more information about St Peter’s Brewery visit www.stpetersbrewery.co.uk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07733 261843
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