Four Peaks Golden Lager Wins Bronze at World Beer Cup

Four Peaks Golden Lager Wins Bronze at World Beer CupFrom Four Peaks:

Over 8,200 Beers from 2,515 Global Breweries Competed

What: Last night in Nashville, The World Beer Cup announced the winners of the bi-annual competition which
included Phoenix’s own, Four Peaks Brewing. Over 8200 beers were submitted for judging from 66 breweries from
around the world.
The winning beer is available at all Four Peaks locations including:
- 8 th Street Brewery: 1340 E 8 th Street, Tempe, AZ 85281
- Wilson Tasting Room: 2401 S. Wilson Street, Tempe, AZ 85282
- Scottsdale Grill & Tap: 15745 N Hayden Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85260
Awards:
- BRONZE MEDAL: Other International-Style Lager – Four Peaks Golden Lager
Quotes:
“Golden Lager is a beer that’s been a long time coming for us,” said Four Peaks brewmaster and co-founder Andy
Ingram. “We didn’t want to put this beer out into the world until we felt like we could get it exactly right, and to
have it recognized by the Brewers Association and the World Beer Cup judges among all the great beers entered
validates all the work we put into creating it. I’m so proud of the Four Peaks team.”
 
Facts & Figures from 2018 World Beer Cup:
- 8,234 beers were entered into the competition from 2,515 breweries from around the world
- Breweries from 66 countries were represented
- There were 101 beer style categories
- There were 295 judges from 33 different countries
- The bi-annual World Beer Cup Competition celebrates the art and science of brewing.
- This global competition continues to create greater consumer awareness about different beer styles and
flavor profiles while promoting international brewing excellence.
- The World Beer Cup, often referred to as “The Olympics of Beer Competitions,” is the most prestigious
beer competition in the world.imageimage

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