The French micro-brewery FrogBeer owned and operated by pub group ‘FrogPubs’ out of Paris, are today proud to announce 6 new medals for their growing range of beers, awarded at this years International Beer Challenge.
Beers awarded included Inseine, FrogBeers first ever brew, a classic British Best Bitter, receiving a Silver in its category ; and White Light, the brewery’s newest release, a heavily dry-hopped White IPA, created by three of the Frog’s brewers as part of a home brew competition late last year, which received a Bronze in the ‘Experimental Beers’ category.
Other beers to receive awards were two beers from the Superheroes Series, a range released in 2014 putting American hops at the centre of each recipe : Thawack!, winner of ‘World’s Best Black IPA’ in last years World Beer Awards, brought home a bronze this time, adding to its growing list of accolades. Kersplat! Wheat Beer won a second Bronze to sit alongside the Bronze it claimed at last years Dublin Craft Beer Cup.
The groups classic Witbier ‘Maison Blanche’ brought home its first medal, alongside the Spelt Saison from this years Cereals Series, both of which won Bronzes.
Paul Chantler, Founder and President of FrogPubs & FrogBeer said : « These six new medals, awarded by a competition of such calibre, underline once more the incredible work our brewers invest daily in ensuring our beers are of the absolute highest quality. By rewarding timeless classics like Inseine alongside avante-guarde creations such as White Light, these medals highlight our equal respect for innovation as well as tradition. »
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