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North-East Scottish Brewery secures 35 finalist spots at Scottish Beer Awards, dominating 17 categories

25/06/2024

Aberdeen-based brewery, Fierce Beer, has announced an impressive achievement by being shortlisted as a finalist 35 times in the prestigious Scottish Beer Awards 2024. This remarkable accomplishment spans 17 diverse categories, reflecting the brewery’s exceptional range and quality.

Fierce Beer, a rapidly growing craft brewery founded in 2016, has cemented its reputation as one of Scotland’s top five craft breweries. Known for its innovative and high-quality brews, Fierce Beer is celebrated across the UK for producing some of the finest beers in the industry.

Here are the categories and entries in which Fierce Beer has been recognised:

  • Best Amber or Dark Ale: Chippie Export
  • Best Barrel Aged Beer: Very Big Moose: Rye Edition, 2023 Reserve, Very Big Moose: Bourbon Edition, and Very Big Moose: Rum Edition
  • Best British Style Ale: Chippie Export
  • Best Fruit Forward: Banoffee Donut, Cerveza, Tangerine Haze, and Tropical Pale
  • Best IPA (5.6% – 7.4%): Canon Event
  • Best Juicy or Hazy Beer: Fancy Juice, Cloud Cover, Flintlock, and Paradigm Shift
  • Best No Alcohol Beer: Peach Fuzz 0.5, Cerveza 0.5, Ghost, and Hometown 0.5
  • Best Pale Ale: Go Easy
  • Best Pilsner: Czech Yourself
  • Best Porter or Stout: Cafe Racer (Cairngorm Coffee Edition)
  • Best Session Beer: Fierce IPA and Go Easy
  • Best Sour Beer: Key Lime Pie, Wild Stonefruit Sour, and Lemon Meringue
  • Best Speciality Beer: Banoffee Donut, Cafe Racer (Cairngorm Coffee Edition), and Darksynth
  • Best Strong Beer: Darksynth and Very Big Dragon
  • Brewery of the Year
  • Excellence in Branding
  • Product Development Team of the Year

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The awards dinner and ceremony will take place on Wednesday, 11th September 2024, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central. Beer enthusiasts and industry professionals can secure their tickets by visiting scottishbeerawards.co.uk/sba/book-tickets.

This multitude of nominations underscores Fierce Beer’s dedication to excellence and innovation in brewing. Their journey from humble beginnings to becoming a leading name in Scottish craft beer is a testament to their passion and commitment. The Scottish Beer Awards 2024 promises to be an exciting event, and all eyes will be on Fierce Beer as they vie for top honours in multiple categories.

About Fierce Beer:
“Fierce Beer is a modern Scottish brewery based in Aberdeen. Fierce began life as a home-brewing project, inspired by the flavour-packed beers coming out of the West Coast US in the 2010s, and has been producing award-winning beers commercially since 2016. We’ve opened three bars – in Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Manchester – as well as an on-site brewery taproom. Held in high regard in the UK beer community, we are the most awarded Scottish brewery in recent years, winning 14 medals at the 2020 Scottish Beer Awards before being named Scottish Brewery of the Year in 2021. In 2022, with capacity at our original brewery maxed out, we moved into our current home, where we’re working hard, growing fast, and continuing to focus on brewing outstanding beer.”

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