Blaine’s Atwood Ales Farm Brewery took home two awards from sixth annual Washington Beer Awards on June 16-17. It was also named a finalist for Washington’s Best Saison for the second year in a row by Seattle Magazine.
This year 117 Washington breweries received gold silver or bronze medals in 74 categories at the Washington Beer Awards.
Atwood Ales received a gold medal in the herb and spice beer category for its Mo’s Saison and a special award for Best Washington Malt Beer for its beer Triticale, which showcases malts grown and produced strictly in Washington.
For Seattle Magazine’s second annual beer awards, Mo’s Saison was selected as a finalist in the saison category for the second year in a row.
Atwood Ales is located in a 100-year-old barn on a family owned and operated farm. To learn more about Atwood Ales and find your nearest retailer, visit atwoodales.com.