Trumer Pils Wins Yet Another Gold Medal
They've scored gold over a dozen times at worldwide competitions thus far.
Image courtesy of Trumper Pils
Berkeley-based Trumer Pils, which proudly calls itself "the world's most awarded pilsner," just became even more "awarded" — by scoring a gold medal in the German Style Pilsner category at the annual international Copa Cervezas de América competition.
"We are thrilled to announce that Trumer Pils has now won gold medals on four continents – North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. It's an honor to be continuously recognized as a leader in the German Style Pilsner category and craft beer industry," said Trumer Pils Brewery brewmaster Lars Larson.
The fifteen-year-old Fourth Street brewery — a sister to the 400-year-old Trumer Brauerei in Salzburg, Austria — has won thirteen gold medals at such competitions as the Can Can Awards, the Australian International Beer Awards, European Beer Star, the Great American Beer Festival, and the World Beer Cup.
Founded in 2011, having established the first-ever beer institute in Spanish-speaking Latin America, Copa Cervezas de América aims to boost artisanal beers worldwide. Selected by industry professionals based on 1,844 entries from sixteen countries, this year's awards were announced last week in Valparaiso, Chile.