Deschutes Brewery’s Red Chair Northwest Pale Ale Wins World’s Best Beer

Deschutes Brewery Red Chair Northwest Pale AleOctober 1, 2012 – Bend Oregon – Deschutes Brewery swept from Oregon to the world stage as its Red Chair Northwest Pale Ale took the title of “World’s Best Beer,” again! Along with this top honor, this spring seasonal also swept three sub-categories winning World’s Best Pale, World’s Best Pale Ale, and The Americas Best Pale Ale.

Cam O’Connor, brewmaster for Deschutes Brewery, said, “Our brewing team always strives to produce high quality, consistent beers year after year. Receiving World’s Best Beer twice for Red Chair is a testament to the amount of attention we give to each beer and receiving the award a great honor.”

The World Beer Award program selects winners for internationally recognized beer styles from around the world by blind-tasting hundreds of entries from nearly 40 countries. Awards were announced following four rounds of judging by an international, highly respected judging panel. The competition selects, awards, and promotes to consumers the best beers available internationally.

Entrants’ beers were tasted blind and marked to an agreed and strictly enforced scoring system. As well as aroma, flavor, appearance/condition, mouth feel and finish, the judges looked for products with balance, character, complexity and quality.

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About Logan Thompson

Logan is the owner of Blog About Beer. Along with blogging, he is also the author of two books, Beer Lover's Oregon and Beer Lover's Washington, an avid homebrewer, husband, dad of 2 girls, business owner and lover of ridiculously spicy foods.

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