Home-brewed beer with a head-spinning 16% alcohol content wins coveted award 


Home-brewed beer with a head-spinning 16% alcohol content wins coveted award

  • The stout called Doggy In The Woods won the home-brew competition
  • Stephen Follard created the beer and described it as ‘potent’ 
  • His tipple is the strongest beer ever to win one of the Camra awards 
  • Took up home brewing five years after becoming bored of local pub offerings 



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