Press Release: Adelbert’s Brewery Brings Home Two Gold Medals and Best in Show from 2016 Best Little Brewfest in Texas

By June 23, 2016Blog


AUSTIN, Texas (June 23, 2016) – Adelbert’s Brewery in Austin, Texas is excited to announce it has received two Gold Medals from the 2016 Best Little Brewfest in Texas for Travelin’ Man and Dancin’ Monks. In addition, Travelin’ Man received Best in Show of the whole competition.

The Best Little Brewfest in Texas is a 100% charitable beer festival and competition benefitting Cloud 9 Charities, specifically Alzheimer’s Respite Care and Teen Suicide Prevention. The Best Little Brewfest in Texas exists to provide an opportunity to sample and learn about a variety of craft beer styles while making a huge impact in the community. The 2016 event included more than 100 breweries, nine distilleries and one winery.

Travelin’ Man, a Belgian IPA, is a deep golden ale possess an aromatic nose with floral and fruity notes. Its flavors are a blend of warm, soft biscuity malts followed by a complex, clean finish. It also holds a Gold Medal from Craft Beer Awards.

Dancin’ Monks, a dubbel, is a clean, malty ale with fruity, plum aromas and robust flavors. The carbonation balances the moderate sweetness from the malt, resulting in a dry and smooth finish. It also holds a Gold Medal from the Craft Beer Awards, Gold Medal from the Artisan Awards and Bronze Medal from the Commonwealth Cup.

Earlier this year, Adelbert’s also brought home three medals from the 2016 Commonwealth Cup including a Silver Medal for Philosophizer and Bronze Medals for Dancin’ Monks and Naked Nun. With the addition of these medals, Adelbert’s Brewery now holds 33 medals to date.

About Adelbert’s Brewery:
Adelbert’s Brewery is an award-winning microbrewery in Austin, Texas. The brewery believes excellent beer requires quality ingredients and hands-on brewing. We use non-GMO Bohemian floor malted barley, Noble hops, and fresh yeast propagated at the brewery. While brewing, we utilize a multi-temperature decoction mash to extract a more complex flavor from our grains. For more information, visit



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