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.
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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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