The Chorlton Beer & Cider Festival is pleased to have again been selected to host the North West round of CAMRA’s Champion Speciality Beer Of Britain competition.
A panel of judges will blind taste eight of the finest speciality beers from across the North west as nominated by thousands of local CAMRA members. Speciality beers include beers flavoured with fruit, spices, honey, chocolate etc as well as unusual styles including wheat beers, lambics and saisons.
The festival last hosted the Speciality Round in 2014 when RedWillow’s Smokeless – a smoked chipotle infused porter – took the Gold. Runners up were Jinja Ninja from Peerless and Way Out Wheat from Crewe’s Offbeat Brewery.
The competition will be judged on Friday 8th July, with the winners expected to be announced shortyly after the festival opens to the public at 6pm.
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