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Indeed Brewing Company takes home silver at Great American Beer Festival 2014
MINNEAPOLIS, MN, OCTOBER 6, 2014: Indeed Brewing Company is thrilled to announce its silver medal win at this past weekend’s Great American Beer Festival (GABF) in Denver, Colorado.
Indeed was awarded the silver medal in the Specialty Honey Beer category for its Mexican Honey, an Imperial Lager brewed with Mexican orange blossom honey and Amarillo hops. Offering a citrus and floral fiesta for your palate, you can expect notes of orange nectar, graham cracker, biscuits, and honeycomb from this refreshing and dangerously smooth brew. Present to receive the award in Denver were brewery Co-Owner & Co-Founder Tom Whisenand and Lead Brewer Matt Pollock. It is the first GABF medal for Indeed Brewing Company, which opened in August of 2012.
With 268 medals awarded in 90 beer categories covering 145 different beer styles to brewers across the country, GABF, now in its 28th year, is the largest commercial brewing competition on the world, and a true arbiter of brewing excellence. Indeed Brewing Company congratulates all of the other medal winners, especially those winners in the Specialty Honey Beer category: Wicked Weed Brewing Funkatorium, with a gold medal for their Mampara beer, and Blue Moon Brewing Company, with a bronze for their Honey Grand Cru. Indeed Brewing Company is one of six Minnesota breweries to be awarded medals this year. A complete list of all the winners can be found here.
To celebrate the GABF silver medal, Indeed will be tapping a cellared keg of Mexican Honey in their taproom on Thursday, October 9th. Bottles of Mexican Honey will also be available for sale in limited quantities.
Indeed Brewing Company
Indeed Brewing Company has a penchant for adventure, both in the beers we brew and the way we go about brewing them. Founded in 2011 by three friends, and backed by an award-winning brewer, Indeed produces, packages, and self-distributes fine craft beer from the heart of the Northeast Arts District.