Local Winners at GABF

The Great American Beer Festival concluded in Denver on Saturday and several local breweries brought home some hardware. 3,930 beers were judged in 83 categories and 11 local beers were awarded a medal.

Troegs and Weyerbacher brought home gold medals. Troegs also won a silver and Dogfish Head and Iron Hill brought home multiple medals. Pennsylvania was seventh in total medals with seven. Delaware was credited with 6 medals though three went to Iron Hill Brewery locations outside Delaware, including New Jersey’s only medal which went to Iron Hill Maple Shade’s, Chris Lapierre.

Gold Medals

Troegenator, Tröegs Brewing Co., Harrisburg, PA




Sixteen, Weyerbacher Brewing Co., Easton, PA

Silver Medals

Chateau Jiahu, Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, Milton, DE

Russian Imperial Stout, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant (Media)

Nevermore Lager, Rock Bottom Brewery (King of Prussia, PA)

Sunshine Pils, Tröegs Brewing Co., Harrisburg, PA

Bronze Medals

Midas Touch, Dogfi sh Head Craft Brewery, Milton, DE

Arctic Alchemy, Fegley’s Brew Works, Allentown, PA

Grand Inquisitor, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant (North Wales)

Vienna Red Lager, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant (Maple Shade, NJ)

Maibock, Stewart’s Brewing Co., Bear, DE

2011 Winners [Great American Beer Festival]

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