As you know, here at The Campaign For Really Good Beer we’ve been running our own Beer Of The Year Competition. We’d like to thank everybody who has sent in nominations. It’s been a really interesting and enlightening view into what our members and friends have been enjoying over the course of this year. Below you’ll find details of the most voted for breweries and the like, but first we’d like to announce the outright winner of the competition.

I can’t tell you how pleased I am with the beer that’s been chosen, especially considering our little petition (which is still ongoing. Please sign it if you’ve not already).

The Winner of the inaugural CAMRGB Beer Of The Year for 2011 is. …Trumpet Fanfare… 

Magic Rock Brewing’s Human Cannonball (9.2%) There is a small plaque being made as we speak and we are hoping to present this to the fine chaps at the brewery in the next few weeks. In the meantime, thanks again to everyone for voting and three cheers for Really Good Beer!

Geeky Beer Information:

Top Five Most voted-for Breweries:

1st. Kernel 2nd. Magic Rock 3rd. Thornbridge 4th. Brew Dog Joint 5th. Summer Wine & Mikkeller

Full List Of Beers That Got Votes:

Imperial Brown Stout Kernel
Rouge Hop Summer Wine
Ageless Red Willow
Human Cannonball Magic Rock
Saison Kernel
Southville Hop Bristol Beer
Raven Thornbridge
American Pale Ale Dark Star
American Style Brown Ale Meantime
Barista Summer Wine
Burton Ale Kernel/Thornbridge
Croglin Vampire Cumbrian Legendary Ales
Premilat Hopburst De Molen
Resolution Captain Cook
Imperial Stout Dark Star
Axe Edge Buxton Brewery
Dark Arts Magic Rock
Indian Ink Bristol Beer
Spindrift Adnams
Wainwrights Thwaites
Dark Budvar
Green Hopped IPA Dark Star
Pale Ale With NS Kernel
Cannonball Magic Rock
Houblon La Chouffe
American Dream Mikeller
Jaipur Thornbridge
Old Hooky Hook Norton
Milk Stout Left Hand
Rapture Magic Rock
Fellowship Porter Redemption
Gonzo Imperial Porter Flying Dog
Black Rocks Black IPA Buxton Brewery
Citra Oakham
Mr. Squirrel Brewdog
Challenger Black IPA Windsor & Eton
Evenlode Thornbridge
Magnum PA Naylor’s
Hello My Name Is Ingrid Brewdog
Tactical Nuclear Penguin Brewdog
London Pride Fuller’s
Sorachi Ace Mikeller
Pacific Pale Ale Meantime
Lurch’s Liquor Stout Muirhouse
Genius Stout Winter’s
Mild St. Peter’s Brewery
Hackney Red IPA Brodies
Code Black Hardknott
Bourbon County Coffee Stout Goose Island
NZPA Hawkshead
Explorer Adnams
Pliny The Elder Russian River
IPA Viven
Rose De Gambrunis Cantillon
TEA Hogsback
Avalanche Fyne Ales
Suffolk Smokey St. Peter’s Brewery
Hop Bomb Sadlers
London Exprt Stout Kernel
Big Chief Redemption
Ghost Ship Adnams
Landlord Timothy Taylor
Exhibition Beer Bristol beer Factory
5AM Saint Brewdog
Pentland IPA Stewarts
Harvest Sun Williams Bros.
Hip Hop Langham
Citra Buntingford
Blond Ilkley
Punk IPA Brewdog
Pure Ubu Purity
Original Super Bock
Furness Abbey Stringers
Golden Globe Shaws Brewery
IPA Goose Island
Oatmeal Stout Samuel Smith
Orkeney Reserve Dark Island
Citra Kernel
Dalston Black IPA Brodies
It’s Alive Mikeller
Double Black IPA Kernel
Dark Mild Kernel/Redemption
Conqueror Windsor & Eton
AB06 Brewdog
Kernel 100 IPA Centennial Kernel
Highwire Magic Rock
Trink Penzance Brewery
Ilkley Pale Ilkley
Mary Jane Ilkley
Chinook Goose Eye
Kipling Thornbridge
Boondoggle Ringwood
Coconut Porter Maui
Golden Pride Fullers
Triple Brakspear
Rum Cask Innis & Gunn
Double Dragon Felin Foel
Trippel Affligem
Mary De Prael
Double Trouble Arbor Ales
Clerkenwell Lager Mikkeller
Black Tokyo Horizon Mikkeller
Project 6 IPA Summer Wine
Cascade Pale Saltaire Brewery
Proper Job St. Austell
Hardcore Brewdog
Citra (IPA Is Dead) Brewdog
Diablo Summer Wine

About Simon Williams

Founder of CAMRGB. Member of The British Guild Of Beer Writers. Leftist bigmouth. Old and grumpy.
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