Riverwalk Brewing Wins Great International Beer & Cider Competition Award


NEWBURYPORT, MA – Riverwalk Brewing Co. is proud to announce that Uncle Bob’s was awarded second place in the English-Style Bitter category at the 2015 Great International Beer & Cider Competition in Providence, RI.

Uncle Bob’s is one of Riverwalk’s original flagship beers and is inspired by the rich, flavorful ales of British Pubs. It has attained an extremely dedicated following in the area as one of the most authentic English-style bitters available.

“We put a lot of work into selecting the best possible ingredients and creating a wonderfully balanced and enjoyable beer,” said Riverwalk founder Steve Sanderson. “It’s great to see Uncle Bob’s get the recognition it deserves, which can often be overshadowed by the current deluge of IPAs and other more extreme styles. This is a go-to beer for many of us at the brewery and it has really achieved a cult-like following.”

Uncle Bob’s is a 4.5% ABV English-Style session beer and available on draft, in bottle, on cask, and in growlers at the brewery year-round.

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