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Friday, October 10, 2008

GABF is Underway

The Great American Beer Festival is now underway. Although I have my criticism of the way beers are judged, I love the idea of the GABF and recognize that the event itself is a wonderful thing.

Awards will be awarded tomorrow. Oregon breweries competing:
  • Deschutes Brewery, Bend
  • Ram Restaurant & Brewery, Salem-Clackamas
  • Cascade Brewing Co., Portland
  • Cascade Lakes Brewing Co., Redmond
  • Double Mountain Brewery, Hood River
  • BridgePort Brewing Company, Portland
  • Alameda Brewhouse, Portland
  • Barley Brown's Brew Pub, Baker City
  • Bend Brewing Co., Bend
  • Rogue Ales (Issaquah, Track Town), Portland
  • Steelhead Brewing Co., Eugene
  • Widmer Brothers Brewing Co. (Redhook), Portland
  • Fort George Brewery and Public House, Astoria
  • Full Sail Brewing Company, Hood River
  • Hopworks Urban Brewery, Portland
  • Oakshire Brewing, Eugene
  • Klamath Basin Brewing Company, Klamath Falls
  • Laurelwood Brewing Co., Portland
  • The Mash Tun Brewpub, Portland
  • Pelican Pub & Brewery, Pacific City
I'll post the winners when they are available.

3 comments:

iggir said...

isn't Rogue Ales in Newport?

BREWPUBLIC said...

Rogue has three breweries with different brewers as far as I know. Newport is their flagship brewery that makes most of their signature ales, while Eugene City Brewery (Tracktown) makes their own delicious award winning brands, as does in Issaquah, Washington who are making some solid Beligan brews. On a side note, what about doing a GABF pick 'em. Like fantasy sports games, people could guess who of the entries will win what. I think Elliott Bay's IIPA will win something.

dr wort said...

2008 GABF Winners?

Gotta pick up the pace Jeff... ;-}

Go to >http://wortblog.blogspot.com/<
for Oregon and full GABF results.

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