Uberbrew, a Billings-based bottling works and restaurant declared their group won Little Distillery & Brewer Of The Year grant and caught two gold, one silver and one bronze award at the Incomparable American Lager Celebration (GABF) in Denver, CO held October 6-8, 2016. The GABF is the nation\’s biggest and most prestigious celebration with more than 7,227 specialty lager entries. Sections are held to a thorough arrangement of style rules by the celebration\’s Expert Judging Board. This year Uberbrew medaled in four classes (the a large portion of any distillery) with their brews.
These honors come just on the heels of putting second at the profoundly pined for \”Alpha Ruler Challenge\” for their \”Alpha Constrain Rapdom Triple IPA\” this past Friday. Considered the sacred vessel of all around adjusted and drinkable hoppy beers, the Alpha Lord pits 150 of the world\’s most energetic and capable brewers inside the style against each other.
At the point when gotten some information about the tremendous achievement of the triumphant passages at both occasions, Head Brewer Stamp Hastings answered, \”It is exceptionally energizing to be perceived by our companions for something we buckle down at regular. The journey for the Superlative 16 ounces is a fair one and it feels astonishing to see our diligent work paying off. Much obliged to you to our benefactors, and the judges for making the most of our art.\”
With respect to the organization\’s proceeded with accomplishment in rivalries and as a tavern, Uberbrew President, Jason Shroyer stated, \”I feel the numbers truly represent themselves. At last, out of 7,227 specialty lager entries at GABF and 150 at Alpha Lord, it was Montana\’s lagers and bottling works that rose to the top. This ought to say a lot to the art brew group and the world. There is no doubt we have earned our place among a portion of the best bottling works on the planet, and we owe that altogether to the support of our group, the commitment and character of our group, and the common vision and virtuoso of Mr. Stamp Hastings. The eventual fate of Uberbrew is solid. I couldn\’t be more glad for our group.\”