BrewDog and the World Beer Awards

BrewDog and the World Beer Awards
This week we got some incredibly exciting news. We are super psyched to announce we scored three Golds and one Silver in the World Beer Awards 2014! All four beers we entered won in their categories, and we're stoked to get this kind of recognition for some of our most popular brews.
The beers that we received awards for are:
Libertine Black Ale – Europe’s Best Black IPA 
The World Beer Awards are one of the biggest and most influential beer honours on planet Earth, judged blind by some of the most trained, discerning palates in the industry. Over four gruelling tasting rounds, submitted beers are judged on a variety of factors, and the top scorer in each region and style is crowned best in that criteria bracket, moving it onto the next round.
These awards are a credit to our ongoing commitment to making awesome beer, packed to the rafters with flavour, aroma, character and attitude. We entered these four beers as they are prime examples of this, and we're proud of how often we see them bowl away guests in our bars. Consistency and quality are massively important to us, and we will continue to work our paws off to create wonderful beer that raises eyebrows  and excites tastebuds. 
This is awesome, but we can always do better. Our focus is on making the best beer we possibly can, and making other people as passionate about craft beer as we are. We’re not going to stop until we have fundamentally changed the way beer is perceived. And then we’ll keep going. 
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Ricardinho 04.10.2014 @ 2:25pm
Well done Brewdog, you deserve every success. Had a Lumberjack breakfast stout earlier in the year. Outstanding brew, would put in my all time top ten beers. Please brew again
Murton 02.10.2014 @ 1:43pm
5am and Libertine are easy wins. Every time I visit a bar I fill my two growlers with these. Not only are they two of my favourite beers but they keep incredibly well. A growler of libertine left unoped for 24 hours will still taste tap fresh.I can only hope when I get around to making my own amber and vlacks they turn out half as good.
Malmo 02.10.2014 @ 11:51am
Congratulations!!!!Keep the good work up, new and exiting beers.
Jim 02.10.2014 @ 2:39am
James, Cocoa Psycho is very good indeed, but your Coffee and Chocolate Imperial Stout (9.7%) was MUCH better. Please revive (IMHO) the best Brewdog ever!
Bishop0151 01.10.2014 @ 7:12pm
Outstanding results, and well deserved. Libertine and Cocoa Psycho are probably my consistent favourites. So looking forward to Brewdog Liverpool :-)
PeteH 01.10.2014 @ 2:12pm
Three golds and one silver. Awesome !I can only assume Jackhammer didnt win anything as it wasnt submitted.I hope you guys are having a (Brewdog) beer to celebrate tonight. I certainly will be. Very well done .....
beer baby 01.10.2014 @ 11:04am
awesome news you guys! well deserved; about time you had more recognition within the industry. keep at it!
Mlagow 01.10.2014 @ 1:48am
Libertine is one of my favorites and Punk is an excellent IPA. I am in Oklahoma and I hope I can find some Cocoa Psycho...
TheBBG 30.09.2014 @ 11:20pm
Will not disagree with that! 5am Saint got me hooked on BrewDog in the first place, and Cocoa Psycho is one of the best beers I have ever tasted, and defines for me what a chocolate and coffee stout should be. Congratulations - well deserved.
K 30.09.2014 @ 7:43pm
Hmm... there doesnt seem to be a bronze award in the European IPA category?
Brian 30.09.2014 @ 4:08pm
Congratulations brewdog: from Shongweni brewery in South Africa!
lba 30.09.2014 @ 2:53pm
BrewGav 30.09.2014 @ 2:52pm
Amazing! Cocoa Psycho is my favourite beer - totally justified award.