A Columbus craft brewery just took home some impressive hardware at a recent festival, and followed that with a brief mention in Forbes.
On the weekend of Nov. 3-4, Pretentious Ale House participated in the international Festival of Wood Barrel-Aged Beers, a competition that fields entrants from hundreds of different beer-makers.
Pretentious Barrel House took home the Silver—meaning second place—in the Wild Beer Mixed Culture category, which refers to beers that use “wild” yeast cultures in addition to lab-grown or house yeasts. This is a common practice in the sour beers that Pretentious produces.
The brewery’s Cuvée De Josh was the Silver award-winning brew.
In addition to the hardware, Pretentious Barrel House was named in a Forbes story titled “America’s Best Barrel-aged Beers, According to The Festival of Wood Barrel-aged Beer.”
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