Fish Brewing Company Wins Washington Brewery of the Year Award
Fish Brewing Company was awarded the 2015 Washington State Brewery of the Year Award at the Washington Beer Awards competition as part of the WA Brewers Festival in Marymoor Park, Redmond, WA.
In addition Fish Brewing was awarded three gold medals and one silver medal during the competition; Fish Tale Organic IPA won Gold, Leavenworth Boulder Bend Dunkelweizen won Gold, Leavenworth Premium Lager won Gold, and Leavenworth Whistling Pig Hefeweizen captured the Silver.
“Winning this award is enormous,” says Sal Leone, CEO and President of Fish Brewing Co. “It has always been a priority for us to constantly look at improving our portfolio of distinctive beers and company branding. This award proves that our hard work has paid off. I am extremely proud of our brewery staff, their hard work and innovation.”
The Washington Beer Awards is a craft beer competition designed specifically to support Washington’s professional brewers. More than 700 beers were entered in the competition by 107 Washington breweries, spanning over 100 unique styles from the Brewers Association Beer Style Guidelines for technical and stylistic excellence. The Brewery of the Year is awarded to the brewery who wins recognition in multiple style categories.
About Our Award Winning Beers Fish Tale Organic IPA is a medium-bodied beer with a rich golden color, brewed with the finest organic malts and hops. Leavenworth Boulder Bend Dunkelweizen is an unfiltered dark Hefeweizen, with a gently sweet character infusing its medium-bodied smoothness. Packaged in convenient 6-pack cans the Boulder Bend is great for floating down the river. Our Leavenworth Premium Lager proudly combines traditional Bavarian pilsner flavors with a bolder Northwest profile, resulting in a perfectly balanced full-bodied flavor. Leavenworth Whistling Pig Hefeweizen is a bright reward for days spend under the sun. Crisp yet easygoing, this unfiltered wheat bier and its classically cloudy appearance characterizes the best German hefeweizens but is born in the Pacific Northwest.