Reuben’s Brews took home a gold award at the World Beer Cup last week, one of the biggest beer competitions in the world with 6,500 total entries. The Seattle-based brewery won the award for its “Triumverate IPA” in the competitive “Australian- or International-Style Pale Ale” category. This announcement comes just in time to kick off Seattle Beer Week, for which Reuben’s Brews created the Official Beer called Daily Pale. Seattle Beer Week starts on Thursday.
The World Beer Cup award comes on the
heels of several other major award wins for the growing brewery,
including medals at the Great American Beer Festival, U.S. Open, North
American Brewing Awards, Australian International Beer Awards, European
Beer Star awards and the Brussels Beer Challenge - to name a few.
Reuben’s Brews is a small, family-owned
brewery located in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, WA that opened
in 2012. The brewery recently expanded its taproom, opened a production
brewery in 2015 and launched cans earlier this year. For more
information, visit www.reubensbrews.com.