Aldi Ireland has announced that it won a total of nine awards at the World Beer Awards, which was recently presented by TheDrinksReport.com.
According to Aldi 'the World Beer Awards select the very best of internationally recognised styles, awarding and promoting the world’s best beers to consumers and trade across the globe'.
Aldi’s Brown Bear Range of IPA and IPL beers made by the Pearse Lyons Brewery, was awarded Silver for the Brown Bear Double IPA and Bronze for the Brown Bear IPL.
From the same brewery, The Roadworks Range was awarded three titles, receiving Silver for Roadworks Pale Ale, Silver for Roadworks IPA and Bronze for Roadworks West Coast IPA.
The O’Shea’s Range from the Carlow Brewing Company was awarded Silver for the To Helles and Back Lager and Bronze for the Trick of Light Session IPA and Pale New Dawn Pale Ale, the discounter said.
The range was also awarded the Bronze Award for Best Bottle Range Design.
Speaking about the wins, John Curtin, group buying director at Aldi Ireland said that "this is a significant win for the Irish business".
"It is testament to the hard work over the last number of years and we look forward to building on this success in 2021,” he added.
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