The French Brewery
X5 world champion
DEDICATED TO THE QUALITY AND AUTHENTICITY OF ITS BEERS, BRASSERIE DU MONT-BLANC'S KNOW-HOW HAS BEEN ACCLAIMED.
La Blanche du Mont-Blanc received yet another award in 2015, elected the best white beer in the world, all categories combined. With this recognition, Brasserie du Mont-Blanc becomes the first craft brewer to join an elite club of eight winners. This prize represents an exceptional win with over 1 000 beers from 30 countries in competition. In 2013, our Blanche had already been chosen the best white beer in the world in its category. In 2017, at the International Breweries’ Competition, Brasserie du Mont Blanc was the first French Brewery since its creation to receive a world gold title. La Rousse du Mont Blanc has recently been voted World's Best Beer at the International Breweries’ Competition, one of the most renowned international contests in which more than 2,000 beers from 46 countries compete. In 2014, La Rousse du Mont-Blanc won yet again world’s best amber at Global Craft Beer Awards. In 2011, La Rousse had already been chosen the best amber beer in the world at the World Beer Awards.
The competitions: World Beer Award, Craft Beer Award, International Breweries' competition
World Beer Award
This international competition is held once each year. Selections are made blind in each geographic area (Americas, Asia and Europe) by a panel of professional judges (primarily oenologists, zythologists and specialised journalists). Following three elimination rounds, the winners of the regional finals compete for the world title. Over 2 000 beers from 30 countries competed in 2017. The « World Beer Awards » World Beer Awards is one of two reference global competitions in the beer world.
Global Craft Beer Award
This competition is held once a year in Germany. It is unique in that it focuses on beers from independent breweries. The panel of judges includes 34 professionals and experts who are brewers themselves. The organisers are keen to develop a global network of independent brewers to encourage transversal exchanges, cooperation and collaboration.
International Breweries’ Competition
Lyon is a city renowned for its excellent food and its taste for fine things. For the past six years, the contest has focussed on wine, and this year, beer was also included for the first time. The jury is composed of chefs, professionals and connoisseurs from the city. This year’s honorary president was Denis Verneau, Meilleur Ouvrier de France 2015 and head sommelier at La Mère Brazier, with two Michelin stars.