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International Craft Beer Competition

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Avondale Brewing Company is excited to announce their recent medals won in the International Craft Beer Competition.

 Avondale Brewing Company entered four beers in the competition, all of which brought home a medal.  ABC's French Oak Barrel Aged Brett Saison was awarded a silver medal.  Gold medals were won by the rest, which were:  Meredith Marzen, an Oktoberfest-style lager; Longbranch Scottish Ale, and Americanized 80 Shilling brown ale; and the No Joka Mocha, a coffee stout made with cocoa nibs, a hint of oatmeal and a specialty roasted coffee beans from local coffee roaster Finer Grind.  For more details about the award winning beers as well as the rest of Avondale's portfolio, please visit www.avondalebrewing.com.

To try the award winning brews, please join us at The J. Clyde at 5 p.m. on Thursday, January 16.  Don't miss the chance to get a taste of your local award winning beers!

The Craft Beer Awards International Competition brings together the top craft brewers from everywhere to showcase-and award- craft beer and its integral position in the larger craft beer movement.  For more information on the competition and to see a list of all winners, please visit www.craftcompetition.com.

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