The golden pints awards... the brainchild of Mark Dredge and Andy Mogg ... All very good stuff but I am going slightly off piste with my questions.
Start off with the Sub 4% beers
Least Boring Brown Beer - Brewdog, Dead Pony Club
Least Boring Pale Beer - The Kernel, Table beer
Least Boring Black beer - Mikkeler, Milk stout
A few awards for proper beers
Most interesting Beer - De Struisse, Black Damnation III Black Meas
Most interesting Beer in a can - Adnams, Ghost Ship
Most interesting home brewed beer - Andy Parker's Nelson Saison
Pubs and Bars
Most interesting Pub - The Grove, Huddersfield
Most interesting new London Pub - The Earl of Essex, Islington
Most interesting Brewpub (beer) - The Cock Tavern, Hackney
Most interesting Brewpub (food) - The Bull, Highgate ... Chicken wings!
Least Boring Pub Chain - The Craft Beer Co
Most interesting brewery to drink at - Magic Rock during the Beer bloggers conference
Most interesting brewery to buy beer at - The Kernel
Best place to work - The Anthill
Most interesting Festival To Drink At: Borefts Festival at De Molen.
Least Boring CAMRA Festival - Pigs Ear Festival in Hackney (every beer either very good or very very bad)
Most interesting Beer event - Beer Bloggers Conference, Leeds
Most interesting Brewery Launch - By the Numbers at the Craft Beer Co
Most over hyped on twitter beer event - Zanwze Launch at the Earl of Essex, I feel sorry for those interested who did not turn up for fear of queues out the door. Good event though.
Most over hyped beer - Just about any limited release from Brewdog
Worst beer - Joint award - Brewdog and Flying Dog, International Arms race.
Need a New Mortgage Award - The Craft Beer Co. I still find myself going there regularly though.
Fastest Drain-pour - My batch of decadence stout that made a mess of many a kitchen as I bottled it too early. Only a drain pour of you were lucky enough to open over a sink. The keg tasted great though. ;-)