Anaheim Brewery Awarded Gold Medal 


(September 13, 2019) Anaheim, Calif.  Anaheim Brewery's flagship beer, Anaheim 1888®, won a Gold medal at the first ever California Craft Brewers Cup (CCBC).

The competition is a partnership with the Brewers Guilds of California and the California Craft Brewers Association (CCBA) to recognize the best craft beers in the state of California. The competition had a total of 1,266 entries from 194 independent craft breweries.

Anaheim Brewery was recognized in the Historical Beer Category for its Anaheim 1888®, a lager based on the style of beer brewed at the original Anaheim Brewery in the late 1800s. Copper-colored, pleasantly hoppy, with a distinct caramel finish, Anaheim 1888® is the flagship brand for Anaheim Brewery. 

“The California Craft Brewers Cup was created to showcase California craft brewers’ immense talent and innovation,” said California Craft Brewers Cup Competition Director, Mike Moore. “The awarded beers are truly of the highest caliber and showcase the talent and dedication of the breweries that made them.” 

Winning beers were determined by a panel of more than 80 expert judges, who determined the winning beers in 61 categories.  The winning breweries were announced at the CCBC awards ceremony in Long Beach, California on September 12, during the 2019 California Craft Beer Summit.

For a full list of winners and additional competition information, visit

About Anaheim Brewery:

Proudly un-hip, Anaheim Brewery is a pre-Prohibition brand re-opened in 2011.  Located in the historic Packing District in downtown Anaheim, the brewery now operates in a renovated 1920’s era Packard Building at 336 South Anaheim Boulevard.  For more information, visit