City Star Leads Colorado Breweries with Three Medals at 2014 US Open Beer Championship
City Star Brewing wins three medals at the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship, taking home more medals than any other Colorado brewery.
Taproom beer slinger Amanda Curtis says, "I've always thought the Night Watchman was too tasty to not win a gold medal!".
Judges from England, Canada, Finland and the United States evaluated over 3,000 beers entered in 81 categories in the 2014 U.S. Open Beer Championship. Results from the Atlanta, Georgia based competition were released July 4th, 2014. Breweries from around the world submitted their brews alongside national gold medal winning home brewers.
For additional competition details and a full list of winners visit http://usopenbeer.com.
City Star Brewing was also awarded Gold and Bronze medals at the world renown, Great American Beer Fest last August. This small town brewery first opened it’s doors just over 2 years ago and has since become a destination for craft beer lovers.
City Star Brewing offers award-winning, small batch American ales, hand crafted on a 3.5 barrel brew system in the heart of downtown Berthoud, Colorado. John and Whitney Way, City Star owners, believe beer is best consumed fresh, directly from its source, and they've adopted a taproom-centric model encouraging this.
City Star's taproom is open 7 days a week: Mon-Tues 2-9pm, Wed-Fri 2-10pm, Sat 12-10pm and Sun 12-9pm. Six "mainstay" brews are always on tap: Cowboy's Golden, 6 Shooter pale ale, Red Necktar American red ale, Revolver IPA, Bandit Brown and Night Watchman stout. In addition four taps are always dedicated to specialty beers.