A Wold Newton farm diversification business is celebrating after gaining more prestigious national awards for three of its ales.
Wold Top Brewery Centenary WayFor the first time, the?Guild of Fine Food has deemed three of Wold Top Brewery?s real ales worthy of an award. Falling Stone and Centenary Way were both awarded a two star gold award and Wolds Way earnt a one star award.
Of Centenary Way, the mild beer that was brewed to commemorate the eponymous walk from York to Filey, the judges said; ?Lovely chocolate-sm ell and taste to it. A very pleasing combination? and commended Falling Stone?on its ?Sweet flavours, with notes of honey and fruit. It is clean and clean all the way through, with a bitterness to the front.?
Celebrating its 17th anniversary, The Great Taste Awards are often referred to as the Oscars of the food industry and represent the authoritative, independent standard for Britain?s fine food sector.
Gill Mellor from Wold Top Brewery is delighted with the? awards; ?We had one beer with ?an award in 2008, two in 2009 and now three in 2010 ? dare we hope for four next year?? Given that this is the most important independent nationwide food award scheme and that is renowned for being uncompromisingly rigorous, we are proud to have achieved recognition again and to have put East Yorkshire on the brewing map once more.?
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