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Old Detroit chosen "Michigan's best." (Old Detroit Amber Ale named "Best Michigan-Brewed Beer")

For the second year in a row, Detroit's Metro Times readers chose Old Detroit Amber Ale as the "Best Michigan-Brewed Beer."

"We are certainly pleased by the confidence Detroit's beer drinkers are placing in this fine beer," said Randy Heine, president and owner, Frankenmuth Brewery, which produces Old Detroit.

"They could have chosen any one of approximately 400 beers in the Detroit market," Heine continued. "The fact they chose Old Detroit two years in a row shows they like it. We congratulate them on their good taste."

Heine also pointed out that Old Detroit was named "Best of Show" at this year's Chicago Beer Society's All-American Beer Tasting -- also the second straight time the brew earned that award.
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Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jul 29, 1991
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