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Ronin Fermentation Project Wins Award

Ronin Fermentation Project, in Graeagle, claimed a silver award in the 2022 World Beer Cup, a global beer competition that evaluates beers from around the world and recognizes the most outstanding brewers and their beers.

Awards were given in 103 beer-style categories during the World Beer Cup award ceremony on May 5, 2022, at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minnesota.

Ronin Fermentation Project was awarded a silver award in the Experimental beer style category for its The Multiverse Lives Koji Beer, a beer brewed with barley, local oats from the Sierra Valley, wheat, Motueka hops, and Ronin’s house koji blend. The Multiverse Lives pours a beautiful hazy pale orange in color and has notes of melon and cantaloupe. The beer takes you on a sensory journey and is quite different from typical beers. Ronin is currently the only brewery in the world using this specific koji process that brewer and co-owner Charlie Johnson has been experimenting with and developing for almost half a decade.

Ronin Fermentation Project is a brewery located in Graeagle, CA, specializing in making world-class lagers and experimenting with new styles. Ronin has advanced at brewing with Koji, a Japanese fermentation technique, and spontaneous and mixed culture brewing. Ronin is sought-after by beer enthusiasts and food science students from far and wide as a northern California destination brewery.

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