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6 Minnesota beers medal at World Beer Cup in Minneapolis

Three breweries won gold medals: Dual Citizen Brewing Company in St. Paul for its Mayhem and Mischief barley wine-style ale, Bent Paddle Taproom-Pilot Brewery in Duluth for its altbier, and Pantown Brewing Co. in St. Cloud for its Drop Forge Milk Stout.

If you're considering a trip to northern Minnesota to appreciate fall foliage, you might want to check out one of the local breweries while you're out and about. Thinkstock / Special to The Forum
The Brewers Association held the first World Beer Cup Competition in 1996, according to its website.
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MINNEAPOLIS -- Six Minnesota beers won medals at the World Beer Cup, held in Minneapolis last week.

The awards were announced at a ceremony Thursday evening at the end of the Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

Three breweries won gold medals: Dual Citizen Brewing Company in St. Paul for its Mayhem and Mischief barley wine-style ale, Bent Paddle Taproom-Pilot Brewery in Duluth for its altbier, and Pantown Brewing Co. in St. Cloud for its Drop Forge Milk Stout.

Three others won bronze: Dangerous Man Brewing Company in Minneapolis for its Double Cream Coffee Dream, Bent Paddle for its Bent Hop international IPA, and Minneapolis’ Brass Foundry Brewing Company for its Bottom Bouncer Brown Ale.

Organizers say the 2022 World Beer Cup was the biggest ever, with more than 10,000 entries from nearly 2,500 breweries from 57 countries.

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The Brewers Association held the first World Beer Cup Competition in 1996, according to its website. The next World Beer Cup will be May 10, 2023, in Nashville.

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