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    Ghostfish Brewing Wins Gluten-free Gold at Great American Beer Festival

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    Celiac.com 11/27/2015 - The results of the 2015 Great American Beer Festival are in and the big winner in the gluten-free category is Ghostfish Brewing of Seattle, which brought home the gold and the bronze in that category.

    Photo: Ghostfish BrewingWashington Breweries did very well overall, raking in 13 medals across all categories.



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    The Gluten-Free Beer category had 24 submissions, with Ghostfish Brewery taking home the gold for their Watchstander Stout, and the bronze for Ghostfish Grapefruit IPA, while Portland’s Ground Breaker Brewing took home the silver for their IPA No. 5.

    See the Ghostfish website for a full list of Ghostfish Brewing’s award-winning gluten-free beers.

    A complete list of all GABF medal winners can be found at SeattlePI.com.

     

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