Local Breweries Win National Craft Beer Competition
The craft beer movement is on the rise, and Reno Tahoe is the newest beer destination of the West Coast. Two local breweries from Reno Tahoe, IMBĪB and Brasserie St. James, competed against some of the best craft brewers of the nation and were awarded five medals in the 2016 Best of Craft Beer Awards. They will both receive national exposure through beer magazines, social media and at the largest conference for professional brewers in the world: the Craft Brewers Conference.
A photo posted by IMBĪB Custom Brews (@imbibreno) on Apr 21, 2015 at 5:17pm PDT
A photo posted by IMBĪB Custom Brews (@imbibreno) on Apr 19, 2015 at 3:29pm PDT
A photo posted by Sarah Smith (@smiths37) on Jan 21, 2016 at 5:56pm PST
IMBĪB Custom Brews, one of the newest breweries in town, won three medals including the gold medal for their Berliner Weisse, a silver medal for their Brett #4 and a bronze medal for their Apricot Berliner. IMBĪB specializes in old-world barrel aged beers, and produces a variety of malty, hoppy and easy drinking brews for every beer lover.
A photo posted by Brasserie Saint James (@bsjreno) on Jan 23, 2016 at 2:02pm PST
A photo posted by Brasserie Saint James (@bsjreno) on Jan 25, 2016 at 1:21pm PST
A photo posted by Brasserie Saint James (@bsjreno) on Jan 15, 2016 at 3:42pm PST
Brasserie St. James won a gold medal for their 1904 beer and a bronze medal for their Third Man. St. James is an old world style craft brewery and restaurant located in the historic Crystal Springs building in Midtown that specializes in complex, delicate and nuanced beers.
Reno Tahoe has become a West Coast hub for hops, where enthusiasts can rejoice in the art and passion of craft beer. Check out the Reno Brew Map and scope out all of our local breweries and taverns.
Cover photo courtesy of Brasserie St. James.
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