Golden Wins Gold
Beer World Cup

With FIFA World Cup Fever sweeping the planet, it’s apt that Monteith’s Golden Lager has taken out the top title in the Beer World Cup organised by City AM, London’s daily business newspaper. The Beer World Cup pitted a beer from each country participating in the FIFA World Cup against each other until the winner was found. It followed the same format as the FIFA World Cup – group stages, top 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final – with each of the 32 participating countries represented.

City AM, described the competition as “…an attempt to sort the Brazils of beverage making from the Liechtensteins of lager…until there was only one left that deserved to be crowned the greatest.”

It’s no surprise to us at Designworks that Monteith’s Golden Lager came out on top, beating some big names like Guinness, Asahi, Little creatures Pale Ale, London Porter and Grolsch. We’re real beer aficionados here, and Monteith’s smooth blend of Munich style amber malts has always gone down a treat.

Congratulations to the team at Monteith’s!

To read the blow-by-blow path to the top on City AM's website, click here.