BEERS FROM PAPUA NEW GUINEA WON MAJOR BEERS COMPETITION IN BERLIN
Significant achievement of company form Papua New Guinea – beers made Vitis Industries Ltd won 6 medals on Berlin International Beer Competition 2018 – 1 gold, 1 silver and 4 bronze medals.
Vitis Industries Ltd won also reward “Best Brewery of the Year 2018” – what an unexpected and remarkable achievement for developing country like Papua New Guinea to produce world class beers.
Vitis Industries Ltd is a company in Papua New Guinea which is involved in manufacturing of spirits (4 sorts of rums from sugar cane, whisky, vodka, coffee schnapps, dry gin, coconut rum, tequila etc.), bottled water, syrups, ready drink mixes (vodka mango, vodka pineapple, cola rum, cola whisky, vodka orange etc.), classic cocktails (Margarita, Mojito, Blue Lagoon, KGB, Daiquiri, Black Russian, Mai Tai), natural coffee (green beans, roasted beans, roasted ground, liquid coffee concentrate, drip coffee) – this company started to brew beers in 2017 – the range of premium beers was developed under brand name “MOSIN”
- Classic Lager 7% - gold medal
- Gold Lager 5.5% - bronze medal
- Pale Ale 4.5%
- Stout 5.5% - bronze medal
- Pilsner 5/5% - silver medal
- Imperial Porter 9.5%
- New Guinea IPA 5% - bronze medal
- Pineapple Lager 4.5%
- Wheat Ale 6%
- Pilsner Ale 5%
- Classic Strong Lager 12% - bronze medal
Vitis Industries Ltd employs 1,200 people in Papua New Guinea and down-stream processing local agriculture crops (coffee, cocoa, vanilla, honey, sugar cane, pineapples etc.) to valuable consumable products.
VITIS INDUSTRIES LTD
Portion 189 Bomana Road, Sogeri
P.O. Box 397 Port Moresby
Papua New Guinea
PH + 675 328 1566
Papua New Guinea beers won in Berlin 2018
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