Shere Drop, from the Surrey Hills Brewery, has been chosen by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) as its champion beer of Britain.

Afghan Pale, from Grey Trees Brewery, was the runner-up, with Citra, from Oakham Ales, third.

Category results

Mild: gold, Gravediggers, Church End Brewery; silver, Malt Shovel Mild, Fernandes Brewery; bronze, Maggs Magnificent Mild, West Berkshire Brewery.

Bitter: gold, Ay Up, Dancing Duck Brewery; silver, Hobby Horse, Rhymney Brewery; bronze, Edith Cavell, Wolf  Brewery, and Laughing Gravy, Ulverston Brewing Company.

Best bitter: gold, Shere Drop, Surrey Hills Brewery; silver, Trawler Boys, Green Jack Brewery; bronze, Preservation Fine Ale, Castle Rock Brewery, and Darwin’s Origin, Salopian Brewery.

Strong bitter: gold, Afghan IPA, Grey Trees Brewery; silver, Iron Duke, Irving; bronze, Fallen Angel, Church End Brewery.

Golden: gold, Citra, Oakham Ales; silver, Pale, Five Points Brewing; bronze,
Heart & Soul, Vocation Brewery, and Prince Bishop Ale, Big Lamp Brewery.

Speciality: gold, Vanilla Stout, Binghams Brewery; silver, Chocolate Guerilla, Blue Monkey Brewery; bronze, Brazillian Coffee & Vanilla Porter, Colchester Brewery.

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