Category Archives: March Brewness

2012 March Brewness Winner

We have a winner for the second annual March Brewness competition. The polls for this round were open longer then any other because I was on a week-long vacation to the western Caribbean (more on the beers I tried there later). I got back yesterday and I couldn’t wait to get home and see how the voting went. Surprisingly the voting for this round was the weakest in termsĀ  of volume, but the results very clear. We had a true craft brewery classic, Victory vs. Stone.

In the end, our champion for the 2012 March Brewness competition is… Stone Brewing Company. Congratulations to Stone and a big thank you to everyone who voted in this years contest. I would love to hear some feedback to see what you thought of this years format vs. last years format.

March Brewness Final Round

In our final match-up of March Brewness we have two well established craft breweries. In our final round of voting we have Stone vs. Victory. Voting will be open all week.

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The final results will be posted new Monday. I am going to be away on a mini-vacation for the next week. Thanks for voting!

Round 4 Results

The results are in for the final match-up of March Brewness.For the first time we have an east coast brewery vs. a west coast brewery. Without further adieu, let’s take a look at the results of round four:

  • Match-up 1
    • Stone Brewing Company (55%)
    • Anchor Brewing Company (45%)
  • Match-up 2
    • Victory Brewing Company (86%)
    • Russian River Brewing Company (14%)

Voting for the final round will open today and stay open for the entire week. I will be on a brief vacation for the week.

March Brewness Round 3 Results

There was another outstanding round of voting and we have a final four to talk about. Below are the results of the last round.

  • Match-up 1
    • Left Hand Brewing Company (32%)
    • Stone Brewing Company (68%)
  • Match-up 2
    • Anchor Brewing Company (57%)
    • Flying Dog Brewing Company (43%)
  • Match-up 3
    • Victory Brewing Company (59%)
    • Allagash Brewing Company (41%)
  • Match-up 4
    • D.G Yuengling & Sons (9%)
    • Russian River Brewing Company (91%)

In this round there were two close competitions and two not so close competitions. The oldest brewery in American bails out in our Elite Eight and Anchor and Victory hold on to see another day. I’m excited to see round four voting on Tuesday.