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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Central Oregon's Breweries Take Home Medals at North American Beer Awards

Cascade Lakes, Deschutes, Bend Brewing and Silver Moon win medals at the North American Beer Awards.

Posted By on Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 6:02 PM

At last weekend's North American Beer Awards Bend's brewing contingent made a strong showing with four of our breweries taking home medals from the annual competition that featured more than 1,000 entries.

Deschutes Brewery took home a total of four medals, including a gold medal for its Dissident which took top honors in the Flanders Brown Ale category.

Cascade Lakes Brewing won a gold for their Paulina Pilsner in the German Pilsner category and a silver for their Monkey Face Porter in the Robust Porter division.

Bend Brewing Company made an impressive showing, too. They won three medals at the competition, including a silver in the Belgian Dark Strong Ale for their limited edition Wicked Medicine.

Also winning a medal was Silver Moon Brewing, which made an impressive showing with a silver medal for its Bridge Creek Pilsner, beating out none other than Samuel Adams' Noble Pilsner.

Here is a link to a PDF of the complete results:

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