Champion Beer of Britain

The CAMRA Champion Beer of Britain is one of the most prestigious beer competitions in the world. It is the ultimate honour for UK brewers, and has helped put many into the national spotlight. Normally the Champion Beer of Britain is awarded on the opening day of the Great British Beer Festival however due to the COVID pandemic, the nation’s pubs and festivals were shut which meant the ability of members to vote, nominate and judge their favourite beers was curtailed. This means that the 2022 CBOB will not be awarded.

Normal service will resume in 2023.  

2019 Overall Winners

Supreme Champion
Shere Drop, Surrey Hills Brewery (Surrey)
Silver
Afghan Pale, Grey Trees Brewery (Rhondda Cynon Taff)
Bronze
Citra, Oakham Ales
(Cambridgeshire)

2018 Overall Winners

Supreme Champion
Siren, Broken Dream Breakfast Stout (Berkshire)
Silver
Green Jack, Ripper (Suffolk)
Bronze
Mordue, Workie Ticket (Tyne & Wear)

2017 Overall Winners

Supreme Champion
Church End, Goats Milk (Warwickshire)
Silver
Bishop Nick, Ridley’s Rite (Essex)
Bronze
Tiny Rebel, Cwtch (Newport)

2016 Overall Winners

Supreme Champion
Binghams, Vanilla Stout (Berkshire)
Silver
Old Dairy, Snow Top (Kent)
Bronze
Tring, Death or Glory (Hertfordshire)