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This year's competition was judged in a blind tasting at Bedford Beer Festival:
  1. Crouch Vale Brewer's Gold (Essex)
  2. Greene King IPA (Suffolk)
  3. Milton Electra (Cambridgeshire)
  4. Tring Colley's Dog (Herts)
  5. Potton Village Bike (Beds)
  6. Spectrum Old Stoatwobbler (Norfolk)
Competition organiser Paul Ainsworth said "Well over 200 different real ales are brewed regularly in East Anglia so reaching the final is an accolade in itself. The judging panel felt that, in their own ways, all the beers were superb. However, the Brewer's Gold was just astonishingly good. It might look like lager but it packs a huge hoppy flavour."

Brewer's Gold was also runner-up in the Champion Beer of Britain contest held at the Great British Beer Festival in August.


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