Two more Greene King beers bring home gold medals

Greene King IPA Gold, left, and Reserve
Greene King IPA Gold, left, and Reserve

Two Green King beers have won internationally-recognised Monde Selection Awards only a year after they were launched.

Greene King IPA Reserve has been awarded Grand Gold - the renowned quality mark’s highest honour - and IPA Gold has won Gold.

Chris Houlton, managing director of Greene King Brewing and Brands, said: “The pleasing thing for us about these awards is that they clearly demonstrate our commitment to quality and the care and attention we put into crafting our beers.

“We are incredibly proud of the Greene King IPA range, so it’s excellent to see both being recognised at the highest level.”

At 5.4 per cent ABV, IPA Reserve is aimed at premium ale aficionados looking for distinctiveness and an indulgent beer to savour.

The 4.1 per cent IPA Gold is a golden ale aimed you nger drinkers and at those looking for a refreshing alternative to lager and cider.

Last year Old Golden Hen became the third and final member of the Bury St Edmunds brewed Old Speckled Hen family to win a Monde Selection Award.