The team at Yorkshire’s Wold Top Brewery are celebrating after winning two awards in the International Beer Challenge.
Marmalade Porter won a silver award in the stout/porter category, while Intuition picked up bronze in the no-/low-alchol category.
“Marmalade Porter is an established and best-selling beer in the Wold Top range,” said Wold Top director and head brewer, Alex Balchin, “whereas Intuition was a year in development and marked our first foray into the low-alcohol market.
“We’re over the moon that both beers have won these accolades in an international competition that is judged by experienced industry experts, ranging from retailers, importers, publicans, and brewers, to writers and flavour analysts.”
Launched in 2013, Marmalade Porter (5% ABV) is a complex, rich, dark porter, with a sweet malty base, overtones of bitter orange, and hints of coffee and chocolate.
Intuition is a citrusy, fruity, hop-forward low-alcohol pale ale which is also gluten free and vegan friendly.