Hadrian Border Brewery has taken the top prize in two categories at the SIBA North-East Awards 2019, plus a bronze award for the much loved Tyne Pilsner which is part of the Hadrian Border Lager Project.
Gold was claimed for local favourites Grainger Ale in the 'British Premium Bitter (4.5% to 6.4%) ' category and Ouseburn Porter in the 'British Dark Beers (4.5% to 6.4%)', both in bottle.
Both of the gold place beers will travel down to Liverpool in March next year for BeerX 2020 and will be entered into the national competition, going head-to-head with other regional winners in the same categories.
Everyone here at the brewery would like to thank the judges who voted, our customers who continue to push our beer and to our drinkers, the whole reason we're in this game.
Hadrian Border Brewery has been producing beer at its best since 1994. With over 25 years of experience and knowledge in brewing, Hadrian Border now operates from its SALSA accredited 40 barrel plant in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and is known all over the North-East for its fine ales including – Tyneside Blonde, Farne Island, Grainger Ale and Ouseburn Porter. To learn more about Hadrian Border Brewery, visit www.hadrian-border-brewery.co.uk.