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13th August 2018

Purity racks up five medals at the International Beer Challenge

 Warwickshire’s Purity Brewing Company has racked up five medals at the 2018 International Beer Challenge (IBC).

The IBC rewards and promotes excellent brews from around the world, providing brewers with a platform to showcase their beers amongst 30 different countries across more than 70 categories.

Staying true to its name, Purity’s Pure Gold took Gold in the British-style Golden Ales (4.1–5%) category, with Longhorn IPA, Lawless Lager and Mad Goose awarded Silver in the New World-style IPAs, Pale Lagers, and the British-style Pale Ales & Bitters categories respectively.

Saddle Black, the brewer’s unfiltered hoppy black beer took Bronze in the Black Ale & Black IPA category to round off the haul.

Purity MD Paul Halsey said: “It’s absolutely fantastic to see such a wide range of our beers picking up medals at this year’s challenge and we are especially proud to see Gold still winning competitions like these after a decade. It truly is testament to the team’s dedication to pure quality so this one’s for the brew team and everyone involved with these great beers with real character.”

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Notes to editors

About Purity Brewing Co.

Purity Brewing Co. is a company dedicated to making a difference. In its award-winning products: Mad Goose, Pure Gold, Pure UBU, Saddle Black, Longhorn IPA and Lawless Lager – Purity demands premium quality and uniqueness. In service, Purity offers distinction, approachability and integrity.

Central to the brewer is a strong commitment to supporting the environment. Purity only uses natural ingredients, supports recycling programmes and respects the community. Also, waste products are recycled through a pond and wetland system. This sustainable eco-system helps minimise carbon dioxide emissions and encourage wildlife diversity.

Issued on behalf of Purity Brewing Co by Gough Bailey Wright, St Johns House, 16 Church Street, Bromsgrove, Worcester, B61 8DN, Tel: 01527 579555. For further information please contact: Richard Harris,