Alberta’s Craft Brewing Industry
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World Beer Cup Troubled Monk
Troubled Monk Brewery puts Alberta on the map at international beer competition.
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Posted: May 14, 2016 10:52 pm
| Last Updated: May 14, 2016 10:54 pm
The Troubled Monk Brewery in Red Deer is not even a year old, pouring their first pint June 12th, 2015. The lack of experience however did not stop them from receiving a silver medal at the prestigious international competition known as the Royal Beer Cup.
1900 breweries from around the world entered the contest with over 6500 beers being submitted for judging. Despite all the competition the Troubled Monk’s American Brown Ale was considered the second best beer of it’s class.
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Channel6.ca News - Troubled Monk Brewery
A couple of young entrepreneurs from Red Deer have decided to turn their passion for beer into a full time job. In fact, it's a lot more than just a job. The Bredo Brothers have launched a new craft beer brand called Troubled Monk. They've opened a brewery in the Cronquist Business Park and have developed their first 3 unique craft brews. Take a tour with us.
What's brewing in Alberta?
Published on: June 12, 2016 | Last Updated: June 12, 2016 2:38 PM MDT
Troubled Monk Brewery is based in Red Deer. COURTESY / TROUBLED MONK BREWERY
Alberta is the place to be these days if you’re a fan of indie beer and spirits. Craft breweries and distilleries are popping up across the province, from the big cities to small towns. And there is literally something for every taste.
With that in mind, here are a handful of places — both new and venerable — to check out, whether you’re on a road trip exploring the province or simply sipping in your own backyard. Note that they’re in alphabetical order, not by preference because, really, we love them all equally.
Red Deer brewery takes second at the World Beer Cup
Charlie Bredo never expected his beer to win.
After all, Troubled Monk hasn't even been running for a year, but the Red Deer brewery still entered its Open Road American Brown Ale into the World Beer Cup.
"We just figured we would try," said Bredo. "You always think you would have a chance but there are a lot of good beers out there."
The World Beer Cup saw 6,596 beers from 1,907 breweries from 55 countries entered in the competition some refer to as the "Olympics of Beer."
Bredo and his brothers, the other co-founders of Troubled Monk, were surprised they took second in the American-style brown ale category.
Published on May 19, 2015
Featuring a local family taking on a new venture here in Red Deer.