Victoria of Wight Ale, created by Island Brewery

Badger Beer was named overall UK country winner for The Blandford Fly in the flavoured herb and spice category at the World Beer Awards

The same beer was also been awarded two stars at the Great Taste Awards, as was Badger’s Hopping Hare, while its Cranbourne Poacher picked up one star.

Wye Valley Brewery won three trophies at the World Beer Awards, with its lager, 1985, named the UK’s best classic pilsner.

Glorious IPA and Hopfather won gold and silver in the competitive American style IPA and session IPA categories, respectively.

Victoria of Wight Ale, created by the Island Brewery for Isle of Wight ferry company Wightlink, was named country winner in the English style pale ale category of the World Beer Awards.

Also at the World Beer Awards, Purity Brewing saw its Gluten Free Session IPA named the UK’s best session IPA.

And Purity’s Longhorn IPA, Lawless Lager, and Pure UBU were each recognised as medal winners for their styles.

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