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Full Sail Brewing Company has been awarded five medals, including 4 Gold and 1 silver in the first round of the 2012 World Beer Championships, a blind tasting competition conducted by the Beverage Testing Institute (BTI) of Chicago, Illinois. Tasting notes from the competition are available at www.Tastings.com. The competition included beers from many highly respected brewers from around the world including the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and the United States.
“We’re thrilled to once again earn the highest awards for our beers. From our Session Lager to our bourbon barrel-aged beers, balance and elegance are our defining brewery characteristics. We don’t brew our beers to win medals, but we are honored when we do. We know that you, our customers, are the ultimate judges and we strive to consistently brew elegant, complex, and balanced beers with them in mind. Over the years, our passion and commitment have earned us a long list of awards and accolades. Thanks to all our beer fans and friends for your ongoing support,” said Jamie Emmerson, Full Sail’s Executive Brewmaster.
The World Beer Championship 2012 Medal Winners
GOLD: Full Sail IPA – 92 Points, “Exceptional” Nine time World Beer Championship (WBC) Gold Medal winner and named “One of the Best Beers” of 2010 & 2011
GOLD: Brewer’s Share Extra Special Barney - 93 Points “Exceptional” A new beer for 2012 and the first gold medal in our new Brewer’s Share line up.
GOLD: LTD 04 - 93 Points “Exceptional” Two time World Beer Championship gold medal winner and “One of the Best Beers” of 2011
GOLD: Full Sail Pale Ale – 90 Points “Exceptional” Six time World Beer Championship Gold Medal Winner and named “One of the Best Beers” of 2010 & 2011
SILVER: Full Sail Amber Ale – 88 Points, “Highly Recommended"
Fourteen time gold medal winner including 12 from the WBC and one from the Great American Beer Festival. Five time silver medal winner at the World Beer Championships