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Frankenmuth beer wins praise.

The Frankenmuth Brewery Inc. took home several first place awards from the recent "Northern Exposure Beerfest" in Appleton, WI.

The Northern Exposure festival, sponsored by the Appleton Brewing Co. of Appleton, WI, provided a forum for public tastings of 75 micro and regional brands.

Frankenmuth Pilsener was awarded first place in the light lager category and Old Detroit Amber Ale took first in the amber ale category. Frankenmuth Bock came in second in its category.

"It certainly proves that Frankenmuth makes good beers," said John Jungers, brewmaster and owner of Appleton Brewing Co.

Randy Heine, owner of Frankenmuth, noted, "We are constantly striving to provide the consumer with the best beer money can buy. Winning in Appleton, WI, proves that we are doing just that."

Heine reported that Frankenmuth has also received five medals at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver over the past four years.

"I am very glad that our beers keep being singled out as among the very best," said Fred Scheer, master brewer and technical director for Frankenmuth.
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Title Annotation:Frankenmuth Brewery Inc. wins festival awards
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Mar 29, 1993
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