AN award-winning Wrexham-based brewery now has another four wins to add to its collection for its ales, beers and bitters.

Magic Dragon Brewing, at the Plassey Holiday Park, took home the Gold in the cask session pale ale category for Green One IPA, a Silver in the bottle/can bitter category for Eyton Gold, Bronze in the cask session Dark Beer category for Old Magic Mild and Bronze in the cask pale ale category for Dolphin IPA at the SIBA Wales and West Independent Beer Awards, at Ludlow Spring Festival on Friday.

Roy Allkin, SIBA chairman, said: "Judges had a tough job separating the pack as the standard was extremely high once again.

"Lucky beer festival attendees at Ludlow Spring Festival were able to try this and other award-winning beers immediately after the competition, something which is great for brewers too as they get to put their beers into the hands of real beer-lovers.

"The winners from the SIBA competition are officially the best independent craft beers in the West England and Wales region, something brewers should be extremely proud of."

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The SIBA Wales and West Independent Beer Awards judges a huge range of beers across a number of styles in separate cask and keg competitions.

As the awards are judged mostly by brewers, industry experts and beer journalists, the SIBA Independent Beer Awards are seen as the prestigious 'Brewers' choice awards' by the industry.

Richard Lever, from Magic Dragon Brewing, added: "It's been great to be back at the beer awards, the last was in 2019. We're so pleased to have won and that all our hard work has paid off."

Magic Dragon Brewing started in 2017 and is run by a small team of people. The brewery uses traditional brewing methods to create bottled beers that are sold in shops across Wales and supplies pubs and restaurants in North Wales, Shropshire, Cheshire and beyond with cask and keg products.

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