Pelican Brewing Honored with Seven Medals at the North American Beer Awards

imageFrom Pelican:

Pacific City, Oregon (June 5, 2017)—Pelican Brewing Company this weekend landed a Trifecta winning Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals from the North American Beer Awards. Pelican’s highly-decorated MacPelican’s Wee Heavy captured another Gold while six additional brews snagged silver and one bronze:

Gold Medal:

MacPelican's Wee Heavy


Kiwanda Pre-prohibition Cream Ale

Beak Breaker Double IPA

Tsunami Export Stout

Stormwatcher's Barleywine-style Ale

Citricumulus Belgian-style Citrus Pale Ale


Umbriago Cerveza Negra

The North American Beer Awards is sanctioned by the North American Brewers Association and takes place in Idaho Falls, Idaho in conjunction with the Mountain Brewers Beer Fest. It is a unique industry competition that judges the best beers in the country by style guidelines. The event is conducted as a single blind sampling followed by rank ordering of the entries within a style category.

“Congratulations to the Pelican brewery team for their consistent creativity that produced these outstanding wins at NABA –Pelican was one of the top-decorated breweries in this prestigious competition,” said Jim Prinzing, CEO, Pelican Brewing Company. “It is exciting to see some of our newest beers win top honors—Beak Breaker takes a Silver medal in the extremely competitive Double IPA category and two of our newest small batch beers Umbriago and Citricumulus also placed well.”

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