Winning brews from successful 40th Norwich Beer Festival revealed
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The winning brews of the 40th Norwich Beer Festival have been announced.
Some 18,000 people enjoyed the week-long event, organised by the at St Andrew's and Blackfriars Halls in October.
More than 72,000 000 pints were enjoyed at the event - organised by Norwich and Norfolk Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) branch - from cask ale, cider, perry, world beer, wine and mead.
The overall winner and beer of the week, voted by festival-goers, was Milk Worm by Three Blind Mice in Little Downham, near Ely.
Second place went to Hindringham-based Norfolk Brewhouse with their Gold IPA.
Lucaria, produced by Thornbridge Brewery based in Bakewell, Derbyshire, was in third place.
Jenny Bach, Norwich and Norfolk CAMRA press and publicity officer, said: 'Everyone had lots of fun at this year's festival.'
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