Here's where you can vote for your favorite beers and compare your votes to those of our expert panel, which is picking the brews that advance to the next spots in the bracket.Votes must be in by noon on Tuesdays to be reflected in the current round's tally.Correction: A previous version of this bracket mistakenly showed Starr Hill's The Love as advancing against Franklin's Golden Opportunity in Round 2.
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Devils Backbone Vienna Lager takes the championship; it’s our judges’ favorite brew in the region.
Devils Backbone Vienna Lager and Victory Swing Session Saison will battle it out for the championship.
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Our category champs represent three states plus the District. Which two will survive to the next round?
As the panel narrows the bracket, divided loyalties and narrow victories carry the day.
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Judges make two easy decisions but equivocate over most of the other early matchups in four styles.
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For the second year, it’s an all-local lineup. And this time, readers get the chance to taste every contender.
Four experts and four readers include a congressman, a baker, a pastor, a chef and some enthusiastic drinkers.
A guide to the craft beers we tasted for this year’s competition.
Flying Dog’s Double Dog triumphs over Legend Pilsner to win our annual taste-off of craft brews.
The last beer standing from our 32-brew field is Maui Coconut Porter, the first can to win the event edged the defending champ.