CAMRA will be attending the BBC Good Food Show at Birmingham’s NEC, where the Champion Bottled Beer of Britain Competition will be judged and announced for the second year running.
Finalist judging will take place on the 30 November at 1 pm at CAMRA’s Great British Beer Experience, following a series of local member voting rounds and regional judging competitions throughout the year. Visitors to the BBC Good Food Show will be the first to hear this year’s winner while they sample some of the finalist beers, explore new tastes, learn about the art of brewing and gain an insight into the diversity of real ale.
CAMRA's National Director responsible for the competition, Nick Boley said, “We’re delighted to announce the Champion Bottled Beer of Britain winner at the BBC Good Food Show as it provides a great opportunity for people to come and learn more about beer tastings and try some of the best bottled beers in the UK.”
Visitors to the BBC Good Food Show can purchase tickets to a number of tutored tastings with industry experts to discover how they can judge beers themselves. Tutored tastings will be lead by international beer writer Roger Protz, beer and travel expert Daniel Neilson, accredited CAMRA taster Sally Lavender and world beer judge Adrian Tierney-Jones.
Sponsored by Beer Hawk, visitors will also have the opportunity to purchase a case of beer featuring Champion Bottled Beer of Britain finalists and regional runners up following the announcement at the show.