Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing wins five awards from readers’ choice contest

Bothell's Foggy Noggin Brewing won five awards from the 2014 Northwest Brewing News Readers' Choice contest on Dec. 6.

  • Tuesday, December 9, 2014 12:34pm
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Bothell's Foggy Noggin Brewmaster Jim Jamison shows off his readers' choice awards.

Bothell’s Foggy Noggin Brewing won five awards from the 2014 Northwest Brewing News Readers’ Choice contest on Dec. 6.

“The biggest honor is to get an award that is decided by those who buy your beer,” said Foggy Noggin Brewmaster Jim Jamison. “Foggy Noggin Brewing is honored to receive five votes in the 2014 Northwest Brewing News Readers Choice Awards.”

Foggy Noggin won Best Nano Brewery – Washington State; Best Brown Ale – Butch’s Brew (English Hazelnut Brown); Best Cream Ale – Foggy Noggin Cream Ale; Best Fruit Beer – Cranberry Frost (English Golden Strong Ale); and  Best Pale Ale – Diablo del Sol (English Pale Ale).

The award ceremony took place at Beveridge Place Pub in West Seattle. The awards represent the best, according to their readers, from Alaska, British Columbia, Washington, Oregon and Northern California.

 


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