On Saturday September 18, 2021, the Canadian Brewing Awards and Conference got back to business with their 19th annual ceremony. This year’s event was held in Quebec City and breweries from all across Canada were represented. While we congratulate all breweries from across our great nation (and look forward to visiting many of the winners), we’re going to highlight our medalists from our Atlantic Region. Below is a summary of categories and winning beers from our Atlantic Canadian friends:
Wheat Beer – North American Style
GOLD – Barram – Brasseux d’la Cote
SILVER – Selkie – Rough Waters Brewing
North American Style Pale Ale
GOLD – Broadside – Copper Bottom Brewing
American Style Imperial IPA
GOLD – Parkman Ave – Copper Bottom Brewing
GOLD – Smoked Porter – Uncle Leo’s Brewery
German-Style Sour Ale
SILVER – Sou’Wester – Rough Waters Brewing
Sweet or Cream Stout
SILVER – Deja Moo! – Garrison Brewing Company
SILVER – Gluten-Free Porter – Port Rexton Brewing
New England Style IPA
SILVER – Galaxy IPA – Propeller Brewing
BRONZE – Ken’s Stout – Copper Bottom Brewing
North American Style Amber/Red Ale
BRONZE – Havre St-Pierre – Four Rivers Brewing Co
BRONZE – Baltic Porter – Grimross Brewing
French and Belgian Style Saison
BRONZE – Cheval D’or – Grimross Brewing
BRONZE – Maritime Cream Ale – Grimross Brewing
BRONZE – Tripel – Modern Brewer’s Village Green
BRONZE – Russian Imperial Stout – Quidi Vidi Brewery
Barley Wine-Style Ale
BRONZE – Giantess Barley Wine – Tatamagouche Brewing
What a showing! We are proud of our region and encourage you to get out to try any of these if and when possible. For those keeping track, that’s 5 medals (1 Gold and 4 Bronze) for New Brunswick breweries, 4 medals (2 Gold and 2 Bronze) for Prince Edward Island Breweries, 4 medals (1 Gold, 2 Silver, 1 Bronze) for Nova Scotian breweries, and 4 medals (3 Silver and 1 Bronze) for Newfoundland and Labrador breweries.
If you want to check out a full event livestream (Runtime: 80min, hosted by Garrison Brewing’s own Daniel Girard), check out the link here.
Also be sure to check out the CBA website for all the winners from years past as well. The full list of 2021 Winners has not yet been published as of the timing of this post, but we expect them any minute.
In 2022, the CBAs will return to their regular May timing with Calgary as the host city.