Monday, July 10, 2017

North Texas breweries land 13 medals at 2017 U.S. Open Beer Championship

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U.S. Open Beer Championship
Winners were announced today for the 2017 U.S. Open Beer Championship, with the results showing seven North Texas breweries to be among those earning recognition.

According to a press release, breweries from Vermont to Vietnam sent in more than 6,000 beers representing over 100 different styles for evaluation in this year's competition. Just like in prior years, the event was open to both professional brewers and award-winning homebrewers.

As far as the 2017 performance of North Texas breweries goes, first-time winners at this year's competition include Bankhead Brewing Co. of Rowlett and HopFusion Ale Works of Fort Worth. Their wins are included in the list below, along with other local breweries, each of which has brought home at least one medal from the U.S. Open in the past (a complete list of winners may be found by clicking here).

903 Brewers
  • Bronze for Sasquatch in the American Stout category
  • Silver for Highway 1 in the Bohemian Pilsner category.
  • Silver for Fur Slipper in the Cream Stout category.
  • Silver for Feisty Blonde in the Honey Beer category.
  • Bronze for Hairpin in the Rye/Roggen Beer category.
  • Silver for All Call in the English Summer Ale category.
  • Silver for Sin Mint Temptress in the Experimental Beer category.
  • Silver for Sledgehammer in the American Barley Wine category.
  • Silver for Velvet Hammer in the Imperial Red Ale category.
  • Bronze for Irish Goodbye in the Irish Red Ale category.
  • Gold for 10/6 in the English Pale Ale category.
  • Gold for Off With Your Red in the Imperial Red Ale category.
  • Gold for The Regulator in the Doppel/Strong Bock category.

Cheers and congratulations to all!

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