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Sunday, October 13th 2013

10 GABF Medal Winners in Cans

The 31st Annual Great American Beer Festival wrapped up this weekend out in Denver. The nation's largest beer festival drew in close to 50,000 beer lovers and featured more than 3,100 different beers from 624 breweries. An astounding 4,809 beers were submitted for judging from 745 different breweries - talk about competitive! In the end 252 medal winners were announced for the 79 different style categories. 10 of those winners are available in cans (4 Gold, 4 Silver, 2 Bronze), all of which you'll find below. Congratulations to all the winners and all those that took part! Cheers! 




 


Posted by Russ


Labels: GABF