For the sixth year in a row, Westerham Brewery has won the National Trust Fine Farm Produce awards for its craft beers.  Five bottled beers were entered in for judging and all five were awarded the coveted Fine Farm Produce award.

The awards, supported by Freedom Food and now in their eighth year, celebrate the breadth and quality of produce grown, reared or made on special places owned or managed by the National Trust, including tenant farms, orchards and gardens.

Rob Macklin, Head of Food and Farming at the National Trust and chair of the judging panel, said:  “This year’s award winning foods have really captured the essence of the special place where they have been grown, bred or produced.  It is our aim to really connect customers to where their food comes from and these awards are a great way for us to do this.

“Since 2006, over 250 products have received a Fine Farm Produce Award and this year’s winners will join a group of some of the very best producers that the country has to offer.”

Viceroy India Pale Ale was a first time winner this year.  Click here for details