Purity Brewing Co is once again toasting international success with one of the top accolades from this year’s International Beer Challenge for its zesty pale ale Mad Goose.
Mad Goose won the trophy for best ale up to 5% ABV. One of Purity’s original beers, launched in 2006, Mad Goose is a zesty pale ale with a refreshing citrus finish, inspired, like many of the core range, by characters on the brewery’s
Purity’s awards haul didn’t stop there. Organic Pure Helles and Gluten Free Session IPA were awarded silver medals, while the most recent additions to the Purity portfolio, Fixie Nitro Stout and Purity Point Five, picked up bronze in their respective categories.
“We are always incredibly proud to see any of our beers recognised for their Pure Quality credentials, but to see Mad Goose, one of our founding beers, pick up such a huge accolade on the international stage is even more of an honour,” said Purity chief executive, Andy Maddock.
“It’s also amazing to see our latest permanent innovations, Fixie and Point Five, pick up their first international awards. To say that we are proud is an understatement. It is brilliant news that the entire business is celebrating, as we all have had our part to play in the journey.”
He added: “Special kudos and ‘chapeau’ has to go out to our brewing team, led by Flo Vialan. Being recognised across five very different categories internationally is real testament to our continued focus on quality and brand credentials.”