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Snyder International Brewing Group.

Snyder International Brewing Group, of Cleveland, OH, recently won four medals at the annual beer competition hosted by the North American Brewers Assoc. in Idaho Falls, Idaho. SIBG's Crooked River Select Lager and Christian Moerlein Select Lager took the gold and silver medals in the "Munich-helles" competition. Crooked River ESB received the silver medal in the ESB category. Crooked River Irish Red Ale won the silver medal in the "English Brown Ale" Category. The North American Brewers Association is a non-profit foundation whose mission "is to secure beer's role in our culture and society through the advancement of brewing quality and consumer education."
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Publication:Modern Brewery Age
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Date:Jul 2, 2001
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