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Two Triangle brewers claim gold in U.S. Open Beer Championship

Posted July 11

Mystery Brewing prepares growlers at their brew house in Hillsborough.

Several of our local breweries brought home medals on Monday when the U.S. Open Beer Championship named 2016 winners, with two – Lynnwood Brewing of Raleigh and Mystery Brewing from Hillsborough – claiming gold.

Here's a look at the North Carolina medalists by beer style:

GOLD

Imperial Stout – English
Gold – Putin Tang – Lynnwood Brewing – North Carolina

Belgian Dubbel
Gold – Orpheus – Mystery Brewing – North Carolina

Belgian Style Fruit Beer
Gold – Sugar Creek Raspberry White – Sugar Creek Brewing – North Carolina

French / Belgian Ale
Gold – Sugar Creek Biere De Garden – Sugar Creek Brewing – North Carolina

SILVER

Brown Ale
Silver – Agate Have It – Three Spirits Brewing – North Carolina

Strong/Imperial Brown Ale
Silver – 4 Friends Brown Ale – BearWaters Brewing – North Carolina

Brown Porters
Silver – Honey Porter – Three Spirits Brewing – North Carolina

Classic Irish Dry Stout
Silver – St. Stephen’s Green – Mystery Brewing Company – North Carolina

Golden or Blonde ale
Silver – Fortnight Brewing – North Carolina

Baltic Porter
Silver – Baltic Porter – Southern Peak Brewery – North Carolina

Experimental Beer
Silver – Spiced Edge of a Dream – Appalichian Mountain Brewery – North Carolina

Altbier
Silver – Altbier – Southern Peak Brewery – North Carolina

American Amber/California Common
Silver – Red Moon Rising – Three Spirits Brewing – North Carolina

Session IPA
Silver – 3-A-Day – Lynnwood Brewing – North Carolina

BRONZE

ESB
Bronze – ESB – Fortnight Brewing – North Carolina

Classic Irish Dry Stout
Bronze – Kiss My Irish Stout – Lynnwood Brewing – North Carolina

International Style Pilsner
Bronze – Paycheck – Fullsteam Brewery – North Carolina

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