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World Beer Awards 2020

Winners

World's Best Flavoured Flavoured Stout/Porter

World's Best Flavoured Flavoured Stout/Porter
Country Winner
The Goudale Project
Stout coco

France

"Black beer with a coconut aroma and flavour complemented by some fruity notes, vanilla and sweet chocolate. Inviting brown head, and warming brown sugar, vanilla and coconut aromas that balance with the malt bill. Dry lingering aftertaste."

Australia

BRONZE WINNERS

Belgium

"Rich and dark with a light tan head. Black malt on the nose that develops towards dark chocolate, coffee, and mocha notes. Sharp carbonation on the palate. Flavour develops to chocolate, fruity coffee, and nutty, creamy, roasty notes. Hazelnut comes through on the finish."

Brazil

Country Winner
Country WinnerColorado
Ithaca Nibs
Brazil

SILVER WINNERS

Canada

SILVER WINNERS

China

"Pours dark with a very dark nice tan head, and blueberry pie sweetness on the nose. There are more creamy blueberries on the palate, as well as Hubba Bubba bubblegum, light booze, sweet jam, and a mild bitterness."

BRONZE WINNERS

Poland

BRONZE WINNERS

Taiwan

Country Winner
Country WinnerTaiwan Beer
Coffee Stout
Taiwan
"Coffee aromas and flavour, balanced by some damsons and a sweetness that is also in the aftertaste and is roasty, dry and lingering. Great clarity, and sweet coffee flavour on the palate. "

United Kingdom

Country Winner
Country WinnerWilde Child Brewing
Beast Master
United Kingdom
"Dark brown in colour with a good head. On the nose there is salted caramel, apparent but not overpowering, with vanilla, hazelnut and a hint of cherry. Incredibly sticky and sweet on the palate with treacle and molasses. Very boozy with a smooth, creamy mouthfeel."

GOLD WINNERS

SILVER WINNERS

BRONZE WINNERS

United States

"Very dark with chestnut brown tints; head dissipates quickly. On the nose, chocolate, maple syrup, vanilla and the suggestion of asafoetida in the background; the latter note changes the direction on how one perceives the beer — palate is quite boozy and hot which somehow relegates the creaminess, chocolate and the spice to the background until a chilli-like spice comes out and lingers in the finish. It’s an intriguing beer, intriguing counter plea between the honey, chocolate, maple syrup and spice all happening within the confines of an imperial stout."

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