BBC FOOD AWARDS 2014: BEST DRINKS PRODUCER THORNBRIDGE BREWERY

After sifting through 100s of entries the judging panel for the Best Drink Producer, led by Victoria Moore and Pete Brown, has awarded the accolade for 2014 to Thornbridge Brewery.

The BBC award is made to the company that uses “carefully sourced ingredients and skill to produce an outstanding drink”.

Pete Brown commenting on the judging at Thornbridge said “Every time I go there, there are new surprises, and they had plenty more this time. Thornbridge are exploring the vast library of beer styles that already exist around the world, mastering them in turn. Having made their name with cask ale and then American style craft beers, they’re now exploring classic German styles such as Kolsch and Weizen”

 The Team at Thornbridge with the BBC Drink's Producer Award

The Team at Thornbridge with the BBC Drink’s Producer Award

With the number of entries in the category doubling in 2014 Victoria Moore said the task was “Incredibly tough” but that Thornbridge was “the one we were talking about weeks after the visit”.

“Absolutely delighted” said Jim Harrison about winning the Award “whilst we have won many awards in the brewing industry to win one across a wider range of drinks, given the tough competition, is indeed an honour and a reflection on the quality we aim to achieve at Thornbridge”.

Thornbridge’s Head Brewer Rob Lovatt was also delighted “I’ve just returned from the World Beer Cup with a medal for our beer and so to win this award so soon after is a real testament to the hard work all my team put in day in and day out”

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