The beer is a relative newcomer and was only launched by the Peterborough-based brewery in November 2016, but is already proving a popular addition to the Oakham stable.
The amber-coloured, pale ale is 4.2% and comprises four key hops to give a smooth, subtle caramalt taste from the keg.
“We are absolutely delighted that American Pale has been recognised so soon. It’s a fantastic keg beer and everyone at Oakham Ales is so pleased that it is already proving to be a popular beer which has a great deal to offer market,” said managing director Adrian Posnett.
It was revealed earlier this month that the beer was awarded bronze in a competition which saw the winner go through to the national contest where the top three were announced at the SIBA X event for independent brewers in Sheffield earlier this year.
Oakham Ales has also taken first and third pace in the Golden Ales category in the East Anglia Beer Awards earlier this year. Citra, the company’s biggest-selling brew, and Bishop’s Farewell took the honours to add to a range of awards already held by the company.
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