Ollie Partners Win Gold, Silver, and Bronze at the World Beer Cup Awards

Published: April 26, 2024
World Beer Cup winners on state at CBC 2024 in Vegas

Ollie congratulates all of its brewery partners, who picked up an unprecedented eleven awards at this year’s World Beer Cup awards ceremony, which took place this past Wednesday, April 24, in Las Vegas, NV.

“We want to give a huge congratulations to all our medal-winning partners!” says Next Glass Solutions Consultant Aaron Keefner. “We are so glad to help give them a solution to handle some of their administrative work so they can concentrate more time on creating award-winning beers!”

One of the world’s most prestigious and esteemed craft beer competitions, the World Beer Cup has celebrated the best in beer every year since the Brewers Association started handing out awards in 1996. This year, an international panel of 280 judges tasted 9,300 beers in 110 categories from 2,060 breweries in 50 countries.

“Each award represents not only exceptional quality but also innovation and creativity, driving the global craft beer industry forward,” said Chris Williams, Competition Director at the Brewers Association, in a press release. “This year’s winners exemplify the spirit of craftsmanship and ingenuity and showcase the diverse flavors and techniques that make beer an art form. Congratulations to this year’s winners for their outstanding achievements in brewing.”

This year, Ollie partners won five gold, four silver, and two bronze medals across eleven different categories, including a gold in the most-entered beer style of the competition—Juicy or Hazy India Pale Ale (326 entries).

“Congratulations to any of our partners who took a medal home from Las Vegas!” added Next Glass Implementation Specialist Adam Feingold. “We’re elated to provide solutions to help keep your business organized so you can focus on crafting award-winning beers. Cheers!”

2024 Ollie World Beer Cup Award Winners:

  1. 12 West Brewing Co.Zona (Gold in the Contemporary American-Style Lager)
  1. Artmonster Brewery – Art Sweet Porter (Silver in the Sweet Stout or Cream Stout)
  1. BarrieHaus Beer Co.Bublina (Gold in the Bohemian-Style Pilsener)
  1. Brother Chimp BrewingLudwig (Gold in Vienna-Style Lager)
  1. Gravely Brewing Co.Doc’s Dunkel (Bronze in South German-Style Dunkel Weizen)
  1. Kern River Brewing Co. – Brown Claw (Gold in Brown Porter)
  1. ODD Muse Brewing Co. – Silver Spaceship (Silver in Juicy or Hazy Strong Pale Ale)
  1. Old Irving Brewing Co. – Beezer (Gold in Juicy or Hazy India Pale Ale)
  1. Remlinger BrewingFarmhand (Silver in American-Belgo-Style Ale)
  1. Revelation Craft Brewing CompanyBuckberry Sour (Silver in Gluten-Free Beer)
  1. Shaketown Brewing Co.Pre-Prohibition Pilsner (Bronze in American-Style Pilsener)

To see the complete list of winners, visit WorldBeerCup.org.

(Above photography courtesy of the Brewers Association)

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Grace Lee-Weitz

Grace is the Managing Editor for Hop Culture and Untappd. She also organizes and produces the largest weeklong women in craft beer festival in the country, Beers With(out) Beards and the first-ever festival celebrating the colorful, vibrant voices in the queer community in craft beer, Queer Beer.

An avid craft beer nerd Grace always found a way to work with beer. After graduating with a journalism degree from Northwestern University, she attended culinary school before working in restaurant management. She moonlighted as a brand ambassador at 3 Sheeps Brewing Co on the weekends before moving into the beer industry full-time as an account coordinator at 5 Rabbit Cerveceria.

Grace holds her Masters degree in the Food Studies program at NYU.

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