2018 World Beer Cup Winners
Check out the 2018 World Beer Cup Gold, Silver, and Bronze winners below.
By The Beer Community on May. 08, 2018
The World Beer Cup continues to create greater consumer awareness about different beer styles and flavor profiles while promoting international brewing excellence. The World Beer Cup, often referred to as “The Olympics of Beer Competitions,” is the most prestigious beer competition in the world.
World Beer Cup 2018 Finalists
Gold Medal Winners – World Beer Cup 2018
Night Train – Steamworks Brewing Company (Dark Lager)
Laitilan Imperiaali Stout – Laitilan Wirvoitusjuomatehdas (British-Style Imperial Stout)
Draíocht – Galena Brewing Company (Classic Irish-Style Dry Stout)
Silver Medal Winners – World Beer Cup 2018
Subtilus – Werk Force Brewing Co. (Historical Beer)
Gose Frambuesa – Casa Bruja Brewing Co. (Leipzig-Style Gose or Contemporary Gose)
COEDO Shiro – COEDO Brewery 9 (South German-Style Hefeweizen)
Bronze Medal Winners – World Beer Cup 2018
Odin – Cerveceria Rámuri (Coffee Stout or Porter)
Fresh Frozen – Cloudburst Brewing (Fresh or Wet Hop Ale)
18022/42 – The Sandlot Brewery at Coors Field (Smoke Beer)
Plank Heller Weizenbock – Brauerei Michael Plank (South German-Style Weizenbock)
Kill the Lights – The Tap Beer Co. (British-Style Imperial Stout)
Shinshu Roman Original Ale, REIJIN Brew Co (Golden or Blonde Ale)
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