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Erin McCarthy, 2013 World Brewers Cup Champ. Photo courtesy WCE/Livestream.
Erin McCarthy is the 2013 World Brewers Cup champ!
 
A finalist at the Northeast Regional Brewers Cup Competition earlier this year, Erin took top honors at the US Brewers Cup in Boston in mid-April and the World Brewers Cup this weekend with a Gesha-variety coffee from Hacienda Esmeralda in Panama.
 
Congratulations to Erin!
 
Sincerely,
Nathan
 
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