Congratulations for Squatters Craft Beers on winning a silver medal in the Belgian Style Blonde Ale or Pale Ale category for Hell’s Keep Belgian Style Golden Ale late last month at the Great American Beer Festival (GABF) held in Denver, Colorado. The win marks the fourth medal earned by the beer in GABF’s annual competition.
“The flavors in Hell’s Keep are complex yet very approachable to virtually any beer drinker,” said Jon Lee, Brewmaster and COO at Squatters. “This beer has a clean malt base with a well hidden 7.75% ABV and the majority of flavors we rely on here originate from the Belgian Trappist yeast. Spicy and fruity, this is a beer that tastes great by itself and also pairs well with almost anything you would want to eat.”
Hell’s Keep dates back to 2008, when it was first brewed. It’s become a favorite of Squatters customers – one of the most popular beers in Squatters’ rotation. The latest GABF award caps a milestone years for Squatters, which celebrated its 30th anniversary in September. Squatters has garnered a total of 31 GABF medals since it began submitting its beers for competition. Here’s to 30 more years of Squatters and 31 more GABF medals!
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Originally trained as an anthropologist, Ted Scheffler is a seasoned food, wine & travel writer based in Utah. He loves cooking, skiing, and spends an inordinate amount of time tending to his ever-growing herd of guitars and amplifiers.
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