4 Central MN Breweries Win Awards at 2020 U.S. Open Beer Championship
Four Central Minnesota breweries just found out they won medals at the 2020 U.S. Open Beer Championship.
Lupulin Brewing Co (Big Lake), Pantown Brewing Co. (St. Cloud), Spilled Grain Brewhouse (Annandale) and Foxhole Brewhouse (Willmar) were four of six Minnesota craft breweries to win medals at the 2020 U.S. Open Beer Championship.
"Yesterday we were celebrating our Head Brewer Nick, and today we have even more reason," St. Cloud's Pantown Brewing Co. posted on Facebook Monday. "He brews some pretty phenomenal beer. Don't just take our word for it. We've got the hardware to prove it!" Pantown was recognized for their Classic Cream Ale (Gold) and Double Barrel Drop Forge (Bronze).
Big Lake's Lupulin Brewing Co. won three medals for their Doppelbock (Gold) Rubuscubus Imperial Stout (Bronze) and CPB Porter (Bronze).
Foxhole Brewhouse earned a Gold for their 4th Street Wheat and Silver for their I Need A Vaca IPA.
Spilled Grain Brewhouse won a Bronze medal for their Bearded Man Old Ale and a Bronze for their Highest Point IPA w/grapefruit.
Here is the full list of Minnesota winners:
Spilled Grain Brewhouse: Bronze for Bearded Man in the Old Ale category
Spilled Grain Brewhouse: Bronze for Grapefruit Highest Point in the fruited IPA category
Lupulin Brewing: Gold for Doppelbock in the Doppel / Strong Bock category
Lupulin Brewing: Bronze for Rubuscubus in the Barrel-aged Fruit Beer category
Lupulin Brewing: Bronze for CPB in the Peanut Butter category
Pantown Brewing: Gold for The Classic Cream Ale in the American Cream Ale category
Pantown Brewing: Bronze for Double Barrel Drop Forge in the Barrel-aged Dark Beers category
Foxhole Brewhouse: Gold for 4th Street Wheat in the Wheat / Specialty Beer category
Foxhole Brewhouse: Silver for I Need a Vaca in the Specialty IPA category
Waconia Brewing: Silver for 255 Amber in the Altbier category
August Schell Brewing: Gold for Firebrick in the Vienna Lager category
See the full results from the 2020 U.S. Open Beer Championship here.
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