Redchurch are delighted to win not just 1 but 3 Great Taste Awards for 2021!
This is the first time we have entered the awards and we are genuinely so pleased to have had some of our favourite beers commended. Bethnal Pale Ale, Paradise IPA and Hoxton Stout have each been awarded a Great Taste 2021 Award star.
Redchurch will now be able to proudly display the unmistakable black and gold logo - a stamp of excellence - recognised by retailers and consumers alike.
Tony Porter Commercial Director at Redchurch said:“This is a fantastic accolade. THREE of our beers have been awarded in a very competitive market and in our first year of entering them for Great Taste. This win comes hard on the heels of winning 4 more World Beer Awards last month and really highlights that we are achieving our goal to produce delicious, high-quality beers suiting every drinkers’ taste.”
Here is what the Judges said about our winning beers:
Bethnal Pale Ale A really fresh nose - grassy and zingy. Good mouthfeel and not overbearing in any way. Fruity and juicy, and very well balanced, with a moreish level of bitterness.
Paradise IPA Very pleasant in every phase. The aromas are clean and fresh with pineapple and grapefruit notes. The finish was clean and crisp.
Hoxton Stout There's lots of dry coffee bitterness, a lovely complex and deep aroma of roasted coffee and honeycomb. The beer kept dragging us back in for more.
Facts and figures about Great Taste 2021:
- The Great Taste Awards are described as the largest and most trusted food and drink awards on the planet”
- Established in 1994, Great Taste is organised by the Guild of Fine Food and is the world’s largest, longest standing and most respected food accreditation scheme for artisan and speciality food producers
- 355 judges blind-tasted this year’s entries, including; Joanna Blythman, investigative journalist and food writer, cook, writer, stylist and voice of modern vegetarian cooking, Anna Jones, author, Olia Hercules, Kenny Tutt, MasterChef 2018 champion and restaurateur, food writer and cook, Xanthe Clay, presenter, author and tutor, Steven Lamb, baker and author, Martha Collison, and Kavi Thakrar from Dishoom, as well as food buyers from Selfridges, Fortnum & Mason and Partridges
- Socially distanced judging took place over 86 days at four venues including Guild HQ in Gillingham, Dorset and the Guild of Fine Food’s London home, No. 42 Southwark Street, SE1
For more information or samplesContact Tony Porter Commercial Director firstname.lastname@example.org or 01279 626895