Plainville's Relic Brewing Featured On CNBC's 'Beer Label Madness'

It's been a good NCAA playoff season for Connecticut, with Yale and Quinnipiac men's hockey heading to the Frozen Four and the UConn's women's basketball team earning their sixth straight trip to the Final Four. And now there's more reason for home state pride.

Plainville's Relic Brewing has made it to CNBC's "Beer Label Madness" interactive bracket, competing as one of 64 breweries for the title of most-loved beer label.

Relic is the only Connecticut entry in the "East" division, going up against Shipyard Brewing Company of Portland, Maine. The label for its Antiquity Old Ale takes on the bright, cartoonish design for Shipyard's Monkey Fist IPA.

"We were honored to be just included," said Relic owner Mark Sigman, who opened the brewery on Whiting Street in February 2012. He recently updated and expanded the space, allowing for more tastings and growler fills. "Artist Kieran McCabe [the label's designer] is completely awesome. To make it into the top 64 is truly fantastic."

Voting is done on the CNBC Beer News Facebook page and will last for a 24-hour period, beginning at 1 p.m. ET, after which time the results will be finalized, according to CNBC's rules. Any votes occurring beyond the 24-hour period will not count.

Relic Brewing is at 95B Whiting Street in Plainville. 860-255-4252,

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