Quebec & Ontario Breweries Take Medals at 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship

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ATLANTA, GA – The winners of the 2014 United States Open Beer Championship were announced this past weekend, and several breweries from Quebec and Ontario took home medals in a pool of more than 3000 beers and ciders judged in 81 style categories. In addition, two Canadian breweries received nods in a special “Judge’s Award” category.

Canadian winners included the following:

Bitter
SILVER – Mill Gap English Bitter – Neustadt Springs Brewery

English Mild Ale
SILVER – Ever Ard – Neustadt Springs Brewery
BRONZE – Mill Race Mild – Grand River Brewing

Brown Ale
SILVER – County Dark Ale – Wellington Brewery

Imperial Stout
SILVER – Long, Dark Voyage to Uranus – Sawdust City Brewing

Old Ale
SILVER – Iron Duke – Wellington Brewery
BRONZE – Brewmaster Strong – Niagara College Teaching Brewery

Scottish Ale
BRONZE – Scottish Pale Ale – Neustadt Springs Brewery 

American Amber / Red
BRONZE – Cameron’s Auburn Ale – Cameron’s Brewing

American-Style Black Ale
GOLD – Malevolent – Nickel Brook Brewing

Belgian Dubbel
SILVER – Mons Dubbel d’Abbaye – Belgh Brasse

Belgian Tripel
BRONZE – Trinity Tripel – Forked River Brewing 

American Lager / Pilsener
BRONZE – Bowes Double Dry – Broue Alliance

American Premium Lager
BRONZE – McCoy – Broue Alliance

American Cream Ale
BRONZE – Cameron’s Cream Ale – Cameron’s Brewing

Herb and Spice beer
SILVER – Mill Street Vanilla Porter – Mill Street Brewery 

Wood/Barrel-Aged Strong Stout
BRONZE – Kentucky Bastard – Nickel Brook Brewing

Best of Show Organic Beer
BRONZE – Mill Street Organic Lager – Mill Street Brewery

Specialty / Anything Goes
BRONZE – Kiss of the Adder – Neustadt Springs Brewery

Specialty Cider and Perry
SILVER – London Calling Pomme + Poire – London Calling 

Judges’ Award: Most Creative Names
The Princess Wears Girl Pants – Sawdust City Brewing
Holy Hand Grenade – Forked River Brewing

The full list of winners is posted on the US Open Beer Championship website.

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