Laval, September 14th 2020
The tradition of excellence of the Belgh Brasse brewery continues. Its beers received two awards last Saturday at the Canadian Beer Awards. In their respective categories, the all-new Bittt à Tibi IPA took home a bronze medal while the Mons Blonde d’Abbaye won a silver medal.
These two new medals add to an already well-stocked array of excellence. These are indeed the 78th and 79th distinctions won by the Belgh Brasse brewery in its 21 years of existence.
Classic among classics
Mons Blonde d’Abbaye won in the “Belgian-Style Strong Ale Pale / Dark / Specialty” category. This excellent result has cemented its impeccable reputation. It should be remembered that the Mons Blonde d’Abbaye finished in first position in the same category last year.
An exceptional new IPA
The brand new Bittt à Tibi IPA came in third in the English Style India Pale Ale category. Launched in the spring, it quickly became very popular with beer lovers in Quebec, to the point where it is currently very hard to find on the shelves of convenience stores and grocery stores. Fortunately, a new production has been brewed over the past few days. We can bet that these cases of 12 green cans will honor their iconic animal and disappear as quickly as a hare!
About the Canadian Beer Prices
The Canadian Brewing Awards is Canada’s national competition for judging the quality of Canadian manufactured beer. The Canadian Brewing Awards invites Canadian majority-owned breweries of all sizes to compete in a Beer Judge Certification Program (BJCP) sanctioned blind tasting determining the best beers in 55 style categories. A Canadian Brewing Award medal is a widely recognized symbol of Canadian brewing excellence.