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IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE - 5/24/2017

AIBA_2016_BRONZE_MEDAL_20mm_RGB.pngPrescott Brewing Company® receives two prestigious Bronze Medal beer awards from the world-renowned Australian International Beer Awards competition. The 25th annual AIBA competition was held in May 2017 celebrating 25 years this year, and is the largest annual beer competition in the world judging both draft and package beer.

The AIBA is conducted by The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV) and judged by a panel of high caliber experts with extensive experience across the Australian and International beer industry.  According to the AIBA, the panel of over 60 international beer experts  judged 1892 BEER entries across three days in Melbourne, with beers received from Australia and around the world..1063 Australian and  979 International entries. 

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IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE - 3/27/2017

Prescott Brewing Company® still  ranked in top 10 microbreweries in AZBigMedia 20th Anniversary “Ranking Arizona” public opinion publication

PRESCOTT-BREWING-NEW-BEERS.pngThis early pioneer of the microbrewing industry in Arizona has been voted in the top 10 every year since 2000, and has garnered anywhere from the #6 spot in 2000 up to the #1 spot for multiple years, and #5 in this 20th Anniversary edition of the publication.

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PBC®: A FEATURED BREWERY

Prescott_Brewing.pngJohn Nielsen was in craft beer before it was cool—when craft beer was still something of an oddity on the American landscape. The self-professed “chief hose dragger” opened Prescott Brewing Co.® on the Ides of March (March 15) in the year of our beer 1994. 

His launch fulfilled a mission of sorts that began in 1974 when he was stationed in the Army in Europe, the craft beer Mecca that inspired more than a few U.S. craft brewers. He’s been studying craft beer ever since.

That beer, aptly named Hoppin’ Cherry, uses 168 pounds of sweet cherries and 40 pounds of raisins per batch. It is a truly unique and delicious beer.

Prescott Brewing Co. recipes are a world away from the “fizzy yellow beer” that Nielsen found on his return to the states from his time in the service. In those times, American beer was so uninteresting for him that he actually gave up drinking it for a while. He drowned his beer sorrows by testing explosives for Lockheed Missles & Space Company by day and brewing on his early home built brew system on nights and weekends. He still owns his first homebrew system, which he put on wheels and converted to natural gas.

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Thank you Guinness, from PBC®

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PBC® - Featured on Check Please! Arizona

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