Beer, Wine & Spirits

Final four set in Most Loved Beer Label contest

And then there were four.

After 16 entrants in each region—and nearly a week and a half of voting—four regional champions have been crowned in CNBC's Most Loved Label contest.

Voting in this round ends Thursday at 10 a.m. EDT.

Read MoreCast your vote for your favorite beer labels here.

Newburgh Brewing continues its hot streak, besting Dogfish Head Craft Brewery's Punkin Ale to win the East Region by a score of 699-466. Newburgh will meet another smaller brewer riding a hot label in Karbach Brewing's Yule Shoot Your Eye Out.

Karbach defeated Terrapin Beer's Hi-5 IPA label 365 to 336 to take the title in the South. This semifinal matchup features two labels which have consistently put up some of the largest vote totals throughout the contest.

In the Central and Mountain Region, Founders Brewing's Dark Penance edged out Uinta Brewing, 549 to 535.

Meanwhile, Deschutes Brewery defeated Stone Brewing's w00tstout 2.0 by a tally of 351 to 298 in the Pacific region.

The semifinal matchup pits two of the largest and most well-known breweries in the Most Loved Label contest. Deschutes has won each round with relative ease, while Founders has ridden a hot start to triumph over strong challengers in Tallgrass Brewing and Odell Brewing to advance to the final four.

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Read MoreCNBC most loved beer labels: Round one results

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