Saturday, October 01, 2011

Local Philly winners at the Great American Beer Festival 2011 (close to real-time list)

nearly 4,000 beers, 526 breweries, 167 judges from 9 countries.

That's the starting point.

I'll continue to update this list of local Philadelphia winners over the next two hours as best I can as the results stream in near real-time.

~ Weyerbacher 16 (style category: Specialty Honey Beer)
~ Tröegs Troegenator (style category: Bock)

~ Ithaca SuperFriends IPA (style category: American-Style Brett Ale)...Flying Fish was part of collaboration
~ Tröegs Sunshine Pils (style category: German-Style Pilsener)....proud to have this on tap at home right now :)
~ Stewart's Maibock (style category: Bock)
~ Rock Bottom-King of Prussia Nevermore (style category: German Style Schwarzbier)
~ Iron Hill Russian Imperial Stout (style category: Imperial Stout)

~ Iron Hill Grand Inquisitor (style category: Wood- and Barrel-Aged Stout)
~ Iron Hill Vienna Red Lager (style category: Vienna Style Lager)
~ Fegley's Brew Works Arctic Alchemy (style category: Old Ale or Strong Ale)

In other news:
~ Large Brewing Company & Brewmaster of the Year - Pabst Brewing Co. (Bob Newman)
~ Mid-size Brewing Company & Brewmaster of the Year (28 eligible) - Firestone Walker (Matt Brynildson) in Paso Robles, CA
~ Small Brewing Company & Brewmaster of the Year (45 eligible) - Chuckanut (Will Kemper) in Bellingham, WA
~ Brewpub Group & Brewmaster of the Year (8 eligible) - TAPS Fishouse (Victor Novak)
~ Large Brewpub & Brewmaster of the Year (18 eligible) - Pizza Port Carlsbad (Jeff Bagby)
~ Small Brewpub & Brewmaster of the Year - Pizza Port Ocean Beach (Yiga Miyashiro)

1 comment:

Dave said...

It's good to see some local winners but looking at the results it seems Colorado and California are at the forefront. I've always been a fan of the Oscar Blues , especially the Dales which didn't win but I'll be seaching out the ones that did. All in all it's great to see so many breweries putting out so many good products that not that long ago didn't exist.Now if we could just get our hand on them.