Meet the elite eight beer labels

Newburgh Brewing's Bessie the Cow means business.

The New York-based brewery's label has put up the most votes in total of any beer brand in CNBC's Most Loved Label contest thus far. In Round Three, Newburgh bested Victory Brewing's DirtWolf.

The path to the final four won't be an easy one, however, as Newburgh will face a tough competitor in Delaware's Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, which held off Long Trail Brewing's Limbo to advance.

Yes, the battle of breweries is heading into its final rounds with eight beer labels going head-to-head. Voting in Round Four will end at 10 a.m. ET on Wednesday.

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Newburgh Brewing Co. Cream Ale
Source: Newburgh Brewing Co.
Newburgh Brewing Co. Cream Ale

Another label putting up big vote totals is Karbach Brewing label for its seasonal release, Yule Shoot Your Eye Out. Karbach will meet Terrapin and its Hi-5 label for a spot in the Final Four.

Terrapin has managed to leverage a strong social media presence as it continues to advance.

Terrapin Beer Co. Hi-5 IPA.
Source: Terrapin Brewing Co.
Terrapin Beer Co. Hi-5 IPA.

In the Pacific Region, Deschutes Brewery faced its closest competition thus far but defeated Sneak Attack from 21st Amendment Brewery.

With Stone Brewing's w00tstout 2.0 defeating Beachwood Brewing's Tovarish, two of the region's largest and best-known breweries will square off to see who wins the region.

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Deschutes Brewery Fresh Squeezed IPA
Source: Deschutes Brewery

Founders Brewing's Dark Penance continues to roll in the Central and Mountain Region, after putting an end to a nice run by Odell Brewing's Lugene Chocolate Milk Stout label. Founders will meet Uinta Brewing's Detour, which survived a late rally by Left Hand Brewing's Good JuJu.