Friday, August 11, 2023

Oak Highlands adds to win totals at 2023 USBTC Summer Competition

Image credit: Oak Highlands Brewery.

The United States Beer Tasting Championship (USBTC) has announced the winners from its 29th Annual Summer Competition.

Overall, a total 165 breweries submitted 696 beers to the event, with entries broken down into 18 different style categories. As always, judges identified Regional Champions first (North Texas breweries compete in the Rockies/Southwest region), then pitted the best beers from each region against each other to determine a Grand Champion.

As for local results, Oak Highlands Brewery of Dallas once again found itself among the winners, continuing a run of USBTC placements dating back to 2016 (the brewery opened in July 2015). In fact, Oak Highlands has now been recognized well over 30 times over the course of its history at the USBTC. Not only that, one beer from this year's group, Golden Mustache, is now a four-time Regional Champion.

For more on the 2023 USBTC summer event, click here for a full competition summary.

Oak Highlands Brewery, Dallas

  • Allgood - Regional Champion in the Golden Ale/Kölsch category.
  • Chump Change - Regional Champion in the Belgian/French Specialty category.
  • Golden Mustache - Regional Champion in the Dortmunder/Helles category.
  • Guavagood - Regional Champion in the Fruit Beer category.
  • Shandy - Regional Champion in the Radler/Shandy category.

Cheers and congratulations to Oak Highlands!

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