Wolf Brewery’s Crafty Wolf has won gold in the standard lager and Pilsners class, up to 4.4% ABV, in SIBA’s Eastern Region competition.

Crafty Wolf is Wolf’s flagship craft lager and is available in 30-litre kegs. It is a 4.2% ABV, uniquely flavoured, blonde craft lager, brewed using fruity hops to create a flavoursome pint.

Wolf WellingtonSimon Davey, assistant manager of the Duke Of Wellington pub, in Norwich, with colleague Ezme Isgate

Wolf manager, Will Edwards, said: “We are very pleased to receive further confirmation of the outstanding quality of our beers, and recognition like this will spur us on to continue to create a great range of beers.

“It is especially good news that our beers continue to gain regular recognition for their quality and taste so that more pubs stock them and the public have more opportunity to try award-winning craft beers.

The gold award will be used by Wolf Brewery in its forthcoming advertising and branding and continues Wolf’s outstanding performance in winning a continuing series of national and regional awards for its beers.

Simon Davey, assistant manager of the Duke Of Wellington pub, in Norwich, said: “This is great news for Wolf and for all our regular customers. We will be stocking Crafty Wolf permanently from now on as we like to give our customers the best in local craft beers.”