Two Roots Brewing Co. Wins Gold Medal at the 2021 Great American Beer Festival

‘Enough Said’ Non-Alcoholic Helles Wins Gold at World’s Most Prestigious Beer Competition, Again.

SAN DIEGO (September 13, 2021) — Two Roots Brewing Co.was awarded a gold medal at the 2021 Great American Beer Festival® (GABF), North America’s largest beer competition. The GABF, presented by the Brewers Association, recognizes the most outstanding beers produced in the United States. In the 35th edition, medals were awarded on September 10 at the Bellco Theatre in Denver—170 judges evaluated 9,680 entries from 2,192 breweries. 

Two Roots Brewing Co. was recognized in the Non-Alcoholic beer-style category for its ‘Enough Said’ Helles, a crisp pale lager-styler beer, perfect for any occasion. This year’s medal marks the second Gold medal win for ‘Enough Said’ and the third consecutive year Two Roots has taken home the GABF medal. Two Roots is the only non-alcoholic craft beer brewery to secure a hat trick-win at GABF.

“We’re proud of our brewing teams in San Diego and Michigan and are honored to be recognized once again by North America’s most prestigious beer competition,” said Ron Goodson, President and CEO of Two Roots Beverage Co. “Non-alcoholic beer continues to rise in popularity and the consumer response to our portfolio has been nothing short of exceptional. Securing three consecutive GABF medals solidifies our position in this rapidly growing category.”

“Hailed earlier this year by Bon Appetit magazine and now securing its second Gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival, our Enough Said Helles has earned its top position in the non-alcoholic category,” said Senior Director of Innovations and Master Brewer, Kevin Barnes. 

Despite the pandemic, our brewing community rallied together for this year’s GABF competition — our largest competition judged to date,” said Chris Swersey, competition director, Great American Beer Festival. “Judges continue to be impressed with the quality and innovation of all entries they evaluated.”