…and silver, and bronze! Congratulations to The Covey Restaurant & Brewery in Ft. Worth, TX for their recent win of six awards for their incredible crafts beers at the 2010 Los Angeles International Commercial Beer Competition. Brewmaster Jamie Fulton’s own recipes garnered the two gold, two silver and two bronze medals for the handcrafted beers.
The six medal-winning beers (out of eight entered by Mr. Fulton) recognized by the judges include: The Covey’s Texas Blonde and Aduro Porter scored gold medals in the German-Style Kölsch/Köln-Style Kölsch and Coffee Flavored Beer categories, respectively; Silver medal winners in the Vienna-Style Lager and Imperial/Double Red Ale categories were The Covey’s Vienna Lager and Fritz Reserve Imperial Amber. Bronze medals went to The Covey’s Flemish Pale in the Belgian and French-Style Ale category and to “100” in the Belgian-Style Strong Ale category.
Says VSAG’s Dan Simons, “What Jamie has achieved with his craft brews is remarkable, not only as a single producer or as a restaurateur and brewer, but as a savvy businessman that recognized the incredible growth in the craft beer segment of the restaurant industry. We’re very fortunate to be working with him and The Covey – and his beers are fantastic!”