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Hungary’s beer status at Dublin Craft Beer Cup – 2018

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Again, Hungarian Kraft Beer was recognized as the best in the Dublin International Beer Competition.
Hungarian breweries received  high degree of recognition from numerous domestic small brewery breweries in Ireland’s largest craft beer at the Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair.

This year’s lately report within update of Hungary’s craft beer breweries role in Dublin:

Dublin Craft Beer Cup 2018 Grand Prize Winner was the one where beer and rail met together with the M63 BULLDOG, and from the same brewery had two more medals received: bronze (327-139, M40 PÚPOS) and one silver medal (M61 NOHAB)… (The figures relates on the plate serial number of the steam  engines. The brewer’s father who also beside as engine driver worked his lifetime along as a brewer and enriched, making him the most successful domestic starter.)
There were also 2 breweries in  Dublin in scaling their beers beside the top: the Hopfanatic and Guri brewery received awards as well:
Hopfanatic – Christmas Hoppudding – silver medal
Hopfanatic – Jindilli – silver medal
Hopfanatic – Whitehops – bronze medal
Hopfanatic – Nohoplimit – bronze medal
Guri Brewery – Pompeii – gold medal
Guri Brewery – Black Ball – silver medal
Guri Brewery – Sztahanov – bronze medal

Update and snaps: Aggie Reiter

Hungarian success at the Dublin Craft Beer Festival 2018

Gold Award – Rétság brewery – Fűtőház Sörfőzde – Dublin Craft Beer Cup

The Alltech Craft Brews and Food Fair, one of Ireland’s largest festivals which took place at the Convention Center in Dublin City between March, 8-10, 2018.  Hosted local plus overseas craft beer beverages  with the latest beers and spirits all under the one roof .

This year 23 Hungarian beers were awarded  in the Dublin Craft Beer Cup Irish Handicrafts Competition.

Dublin Craft Beer Cup – 2018 Winner: M63 Bulldog by Fűtőház Sörfőzde (Hungary.

The golden strong M63 BULLDOG, however, was not “just” awarded with gold medal but won the Grand Prize of the Champion’s Champion.

The Grand Prize was awarded the Dublin Craft Beer Cup by the 28 international jury members for the stout beer (327-139) from the Rétság Grocery House Brewery. Beside the grand prize, this year the Rétság brewery (beyond its own performance) won two bronze medals  – M40 PÚPOS) and one silver medal – M61 NOHAB. Also  two other breweries: the Hungarian Jászapáti Guri Brewery and Hopfanatic  also returned back home with medals.

Previous years winners: 2017: Horizont of Hungary: Saison Witbier, 2016: McGargles: Francis Big Bangin IPA, 2015: Coisbo: Eleven Russian Imperial Stout, 2014: Coisbo: Four Russian Imperial Stout, 2013: Hilden Brewery: Twisted Hop

In 2013 was created to provide an opportunity to build brand recognition within the industry for smaller craft brewers. It has grown steadily each year and last year more than 450 entries were received from all over the world, including Japan and Venezuela.

Update by Aggie Reiter