Have your say in the next Champion Beer of Britain competition

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Have your say in the next Champion Beer of Britain competition

Voting has opened to find the next Champion Beer of Britain.

You have until 1 November to vote for your favourite beer and put it in the running to be crowned our next champion using CAMRA’s members voting portal at https://cbob.camra.org.uk/ 

After a hiatus in the competition due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Campaign is looking for the next top beer from a revised range of categories. The beer styles have undergone a review, definitions have been updated, and two new categories introduced. The updates reflect the growth in the different styles of beers that are brewed, and are there to help ensure our premier competition remains relevant. 

Categories now cover: 

Milds: up to and including 4 per cent  

Session Bitters: up to and including 4.3 per cent 

Premium Bitters: 4.4-6.4 per cent 

Session Pale, Blond and Golden Ales: up to and including 4.3 per cent 

Premium Pale, Blond and Golden Ales: 4.4-6.4 per cent  

British & New World IPAs: 5.5 per cent and above 

Brown and Red Ales, Old Ales and Strong Milds: up to 6.4 per cent 

Session Stouts and Porters: up to and including 4.9 per cent  

Strong Stouts and Porters including Imperial Stouts and Baltic Porters: 5.0 per cent and above 

Barley Wines and Strong Ales: 6.5 per cent and above 

Speciality Beers – differently produced 

Speciality Beers – flavoured  

You can read more about the categories here: https://www1-camra.s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/02141943/CAMRA-Beer-Styles-Guide-for-CBOB-leaflet-Dec-2020-1.pdf  

To join CAMRA and have your say, visit: https://camra.org.uk/join/ 

Pictured: from left, Simon Jones and Ross Hunter from 2019 winner Surrey Hills

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