BrewRiot Winners Announced

May 24, 2011 6 Comments by

UPDATE! Blockhead Brewing wins the 2011 BrewRiot People’s Choice Award!

Bishop Arts was packed for the third annual BrewRiot Homebrew Beer Competition. This year, so many great brew teams took part that the judges had their work cut out for them. So without any further ado, this year’s winners are:

Cider: A. Fonzworth- Sweet Maggie
IPA / Pale Ale: The Reverse Carboy Brew Crew- Yeast Coast Meets West Coast
Light Lager: Back Yard Brew Crew- Pils 729
Dark Lager: Underground Brewery- Agave Weaver

Specialty: St. Cantebury’s Brew Club- Mumme’s the Word *Third Place*
Dark Ale: Steve and John Brews- Local Brown *Second Place*

OVERALL: Underground Brewery- Rusty Barrel

The “People’s Choice” award will be announced shortly.

Congratulations all! For more pics from this year’s BrewRiot, check out Elliott Munoz’s gallery at Pegasusnews here.

And the Dallas Morning News posted a video here.


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Jason has lived in Oak Cliff for 10 years, and when not playing guitar in the Happy Bullets, can be found bicycling throughout the neighborhood searching for old trolley tracks.

6 Responses to “BrewRiot Winners Announced”

  1. JF says:

    Did Go Oak Cliff end up taking any pictures? The Pegasus News ones are mostly unrelated to the main event, which I thought was the home brew competition.

  2. Jason Roberts says:

    Yes. We’re still in the process of editing them all now. Hope to have them up soon.

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  4. Rob Shearer says:

    Are you looking for more pictures of people drinking beer? What exactly would you like to see?

  5. Total Stranger says:

    Two Cats had some interesting beers, rich in flavor, etc, :D

  6. JF says:

    I didn’t get to make it around to the other homebrew tents so I was hoping there might be pictures of them that may have captured names/types of beer to get a sense of what else was on tap that afternoon. I don’t need to specifically see people drinking – I know there was plenty of it going on.

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