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18th September 2017

Yorkshire coast inspired beer reaches final of food and drink award

The team at Wold Top Brewery is celebrating after its gluten free beer Scarborough Fair IPA has been shortlisted in the deliciouslyorkshire Taste Awards.


Scarborough Fair IPA has reached the final of the Best Free From Product category in what is referred to as the largest and most respected food and drink awards in the region.


Kate Balchin, accounts and export manager at the Wold Newton brewery, said: “We’re delighted that Scarborough Fair IPA has reached the final of this award, especially one that counts Radio 2 Drive-time chef, Nigel Barden amongst the judges.”


Scarborough Fair IPA is brewed using 100% British ingredients that include home grown barley and water from the farm’s own borehole. It was listed in the Independent’s 10 best gluten free beers earlier this year.


Winners of the deliciouslyorkshire and Yorkshire Post Taste Awards will be announced at an awards dinner at the Pavilions of Harrogate on Wednesday 1st November, when Nigel Barden and Steph Moon will host an evening of champagne, local food and celebration.




Photo: The Wold Top Brewery team The Wold Top Brewery team


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Notes to editors

  1. For more information about Wold Top Brewery, please visit
  2. You can also find Wold Top Brewery on FacebookTwitter and Instagram, and you can keep up to date with the brewery’s latest news here.
  3. The Wold Top Brewery’s award-winning range includes Wold Top Beer, Wold Gold blonde beer, Headland Red, Anglers Reward, Scarborough Fair IPA, Wold Top Against the Grain and Scarborough Fair gluten free beer. More information on the range of bottled beers can be found
  4. Please call the brewery on 01723 892222 for an up-to-date list of retailers.
  5. For more information on the deliciouslyorkshire awards, please visit