USA: Big Daddy's Brewery Division Takes Silver Medal at World Beer Cup 2000

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Big Daddy's BBQ Sauce & Spices (PinkSheets:BIGD) is pleased to announce that its brewery division, Sonora Brewery of Phoenix, has won the World Beer Cup 2000 Silver Medal in the English-Style Mild Ale Category. The awards were announced on June 19 in New York. The winning beer is Sonora's Top Down(TM) Classic Red Ale that will soon be bottled and distributed also as Big Daddy's Backyard Brew Red Ale.

"We are extremely proud of Sonora President John Watt and Brewmaster Uwe Boer for their accomplishment with this beer," says Big Daddy's CEO Dan Lloyd Sr. "Our Classic Red Ale was given top marks for technical quality, for its balance, color, aroma and its roasted flavor. It's already popular with Arizona drinkers and we anticipate this award will make it even more so -- the World Beer Cup awards typically boost sales. We also look forward to wider distribution under the Big Daddy's label."

The World Beer Cup is an international competition held every two years to recognize the most outstanding beers being produced in the world today. It is the largest competition of its kind and this year 64 categories of winners were selected by a panel of international judges, from a field of 1,127 entries from breweries in 39 countries.

Big Daddy's brewery division complements its line of barbecue products. The Oklahoma-based Company currently produces Big Daddy's BBQ Sauce -- mild and hot, Big Daddy's Meat Marinade and Big Daddy's Gourmet Seasoning. The products are distributed by Tree of Life Gourmet Award Foods and are available in Wal-Mart SuperCenters in the south-central states as well as other national and regional grocery chains. The Company has strong affiliations with the Indy Racing League (IRL), the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA), the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) and NASCAR on the auto-racing circuits and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) and BULLNANZA on the rodeo circuit, as the sponsor of teams at a number of venues.

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