Red Deer Brewery Takes Second at the World Beer Cup
Open Road by local Alberta Brewery, Troubled Monk, takes second place of 81 beers entered in the American-style Brown Ale category at the World Beer Cup.
By The Beer Community on May. 19, 2016
(Original article by Mack Lamoureux on CBC)
After less than a year in business, Troubled Monk Brewery has received its first accolade. On a whim, Charlie Bredo entered his Open Road American Brown Ale into the World Beer Cup and took second place in the American-style Brown Ale Category.
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There were 81 beers other beers all vying for first place which went to Black Hog Brewing, a brewery from Connecticut.
Bredo was proud to put Alberta breweries on the international map.
“This award brings recognition to Alberta breweries to the rest of the world,” he said. “It’s us saying, ‘Hey guys, we have some great beer in Alberta, come check us out.’ ” –Charlie Bredo, Owner of Troubled Monk
The name of the brewery, Troubled Monk, is an hommage to the European monastic tradition of monks brewing beer.
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