Four Wisconsin breweries captured five medals from the Great American Beer Festival, which concluded over the weekend in Denver.

Capital Brewery in Middleton took home a bronze medal with its Capital Bavarian Lager in the Dortmunder or German-style Oktoberfest category.

New Glarus Brewing Co. in New Glarus captured two bronze medals for its Totally Naked beer in the American-style Lager or Premium Lager category and its Raspberry Tart in the fruit beer or field beer division.

Titletown Brewing Co. in Green Bay won a bronze for it's Dark Helmet beer in the German style Schwarzbier category. The only gold medal from Wisconsin brewers was by Milwaukee's Rock Bottom Brewery, which won top honors in the German-style Pilsner category for its Milwaukee 106 Pilsner.

The Great American Beer Festival is the largest commercial beer competition in the world with 3,308 entries in 78 categories. The competition attracted 132 international beer judges from 10 countries.

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