VICTOR, ID – In the 2016 U.S. Open Beer Championship, three of Grand Teton Brewing’s beers were awarded medals. Black Cauldron won a Gold Medal, while Ale 208 and Double Vision each won Bronze Medals.
Ale 208 won the Bronze Medal in the English Summer Ale category. Ale 208 previously won a Silver Medal at the 2014 Great American Beer Festival®. This session ale is part of Grand Teton Brewing’s Signature Series of beers and is available year-round in Idaho.
Grand Teton Brewing’s Cellar Reserve Series has an award-winning tradition that continues with two new awards at this year’s U.S. Open Beer Championship. Black Cauldron Imperial Stout won the gold in the Foreign Stout category and Double Vision Doppelbock won the bronze in the Dopple/Strong Bock category.
According to the U.S. Open Beer Championship press release: Breweries from Maui to Munich sent in almost 5,000 beers representing over 90 different styles for the 2016 U.S. Open Beer Championship. This competition includes professional breweries and award-winning home-brewers. Judging in the U.S. Beer Championships is blind; the judges do not know what beers they taste.
Black Cauldron Imperial Stout is available now in 750 mL bottles and 1/2 and 1/6 bbl kegs.
Double Vision Doppelbock is available now in 750 mL bottles and 1/2 and 1/6 bbl kegs.
Grand Teton Brewing was founded in 1988 as the first modern “micro” brewery in Wyoming. Their premium microbrews include the 15x Gold Medal Winning Bitch Creek ESB; 2014 Great American Beer Festival Silver Medal Winner 208 Session Ale; 2009 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal Winner Sweetgrass APA; and, favorites of the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks Old Faithful Ale, Howling Wolf Weisse Bier and Amber Ale. From their production facility in Victor, Idaho, Grand Teton Brewing beers are handcrafted from only the finest ingredients, including locally grown grains, Idaho grown hops and pure Teton Mountain spring water. Discriminating beer drinkers can find their favorite Grand Teton Brewing brews on tap and in bottles throughout California, Colorado, Idaho, northern Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Dakota, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
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