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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland

     

  • POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC COOPERATION

  • 3 June 2019

    On this year's craft beer festival organized by the Danish association Danske Ølentusiaster, the guests could try a whole range of products, including beers from the breweries Trzech Kumpli, Maltgarden, BroKreacja, Ziemia Obiecana and Pivovsky.

    Once again Danish craft beer enthusiasts had the opportunity to catch up with the new trends on the European beer market during this year's festival organized by Danske Ølentusiaster in Copenhagen on 23-25 May 2019. Importer John Schmidt from the company Ninkasira afresh offered beer lovers the latest products from the Polish craft breweries: Trzech Kumpli, Pinta and AleBrowar. Andrzej Miller and Łukasz Rokicki from Maltgarten served in turn the brand new beer White IPA Gates Are Open. Another importer of Polish craft beers, The Eastern Craft also held its own stand, and so did Browar Pivovsky, whose Strawberry Milkshake IPA won the golden laurel at the 8th Wrocław Good Beer Festival in 2018.

     

    Ambassador Henryka Mościcka-Dendys met with the Polish craftsmen for the third time already, in the main hall of the former locomotive workshop in Copenhagen Lokomotivværkstedet. Addressing the chairman of the association Danish Beer Enthusiasts, Klaus Rehkopff, she emphasized: “I am extremely impressed by the growing Danish interest in Polish craft beer and in the ‘beer revolution’ taking place in Poland. Our breweries instantly fit into global trends – they are flexible and eager to experiment, so they quickly attract the attention of international fans.”

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