Referred to as the “Olympics of beer”, the World Beer Cup is a bi-annual competition put on by the Brewer’s Association that brings together the best beers from the best breweries in the world. Winners were selected by an international panel of 129 beer judges from 21 countries. With 2,864 entries from 644 breweries in 58 countries, walking away with an award is no small feat.
Flying Dog’s brew team had one of the best showings at the World Beer Cup, winning three awards. Gonzo Imperial Porter received Gold for American-Style Imperial Stout, Old Scratch Amber Lager had a repeat win (from 2006) of a Silver award win for American-Style Amber Lager and Wild Goose IPA, a brew we make for the Mid-Atlantic region, won Gold for English-Style IPA. Be proud, fellow members of the People’s Republic of Flying Dog; some well-deserved recognition is here.
Savor ReminderFlying Dog is partnering with the Brewer’s Association, the producers of the Great American Beer Festival, to bring you Savor, America’s premier food and beer event. Flying Dog will be exhibiting, complete with samples of our highly-regarded Canis Major Series, recipes from BeerDinners.com and food pairings.
We will also be joining other craft breweries as attendees experience a reception-style sampling of their choice of 35+ sweet and savory appetizers and 96 craft beers. For tickets, visit SavorCraftBeer.com. What People Are Saying About Us Mostly unsolicited, outside opinions about our beer and our company from the media and world wide web. To read what people are saying about us click on the links below.