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Canadian beers win at US Open Beer Championship

Canadian craft brewers are well represented among the winners of the international competition held in Ohio in July


Oxford, Ohio – Canadian breweries were among the winners at the 2017 US Open Beer Championship held at the beginning of July.

In a statement, the US Open Beer Championship says there were more than 6,000 beers – representing more than 100 different styles – from breweries from Vermont to Vietnam that entered the competition this year.

The statement says the “competition includes professional breweries and award-winning home-brewers, with judges from England, Canada and the US.”

Click here for a complete list of winners.

Here, as found in the statement, are the list of Canadian winners and their categories:

Cameron’s Brewing of Oakville, Ont. was named one of the Top 10 Breweries 2017

Wellington Brewery of Guelph, Ont. won Silver in the English Pale Ale category for its Special Pale Ale

Cameron’s Brewing of Oakville, Ont. won Gold in the Bitter category for its One Eyed Grouse

The Niagara College Teaching Brewery of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. won Bronze in the Bitter category for its Beer 101 Bitter

Lighthouse Brewing Company of Victoria, BC won Gold in the Brown Ale category for its Race Rocks

The Exchange Brewery of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. won Gold in the Foreign Stout category for its Foreign Exchange Stout

Muskoka Brewery of Bracebridge, Ont. won Bronze in the Oatmeal Stout category for its Shinnicked Stout

The Niagara College Teaching Brewery of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. won Bronze in the Old Ale category for its Beer 101 Strong Ale

Sawdust City Brewing Co. of Gravenhurst, Ont. won Silver in the German Kolsch category for its Gateway Kolsch

Belgh Brasse of Amos, Que. won Bronze in the Belgian Pale Ale category for its Mons Blonde D’Abbaye

Amsterdam Brewing Co. of Toronto won Silver in the Belgian Witbier category for its Spotted Cow

Sawdust City Brewing Co. of Gravenhurst, Ont. won Gold in the Berliner-Style Weisse category for its Coriolis Effect

Collective Arts Brewing Ltd. of Hamilton, Ont. won Gold in the Gose category for its Prophets & Normands Gose

Amsterdam Brewing Co. of Toronto won Silver in the American Light category for its 3 Speed

Belgh Brasse of Amos, Que. won Gold in the American Lager/Pilsener category for its La Bit…Tibi – Amos Lager

Cameron’s Brewing Company of Oakville, Ont. won Silver in the American Lager/Pilsener category for its Captain’s Log Lager

Steam Whistle Brewing of Toronto won Gold in the Bohemian Pilsener category for its Steam Whistle Pilsner

Silversmith Brewing Company of virgil, Ont. won Silver in the Schwarzbier category for its The Black Lager

Cameron’s Brewing Company of Oakville, Ont. won Bronze in the American Cream Ale category for its Cosmic Cream Ale

Nickel Brook Brewing Co. of Burlington, Ont. won Gold in the American Style Fruit Beer category for its Raspberry Uber

Nickel Brook Brewing Co. of Burlington, Ont. won Gold in the Vegetable Beer category for its Ceres

Cameron’s Brewing Company of Oakville, Ont. won Silver in the Wood/Barrel aged pale beer category for its New Wood Brett Saison

The Exchange Brewery of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. won Gold in the Gluten-Free Beer category for it s Gluten-Free Saison

Two Canadian breweries took all the awards in the Non-Alcoholic category:

Hill Street Beverage Company of Toronto won Gold for its MADD Virgin and won Silver for its Designated Draft
Partake Brewing /Premium Near Beer of Toronto won Bronze for its Partake Brewing IPA


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