Sea Cider Takes Home Seven Medals at Great Lakes International Cider and Perry Competition (GLINTCAP) 2018
At the Tail of Winning Best in Class – Traditional Dry, for Wild English at GLINTCAP 2018, Sea Cider Brings Home Six Additional Medals.
The 13th Annual Great Lakes International Cider & Perry Competition, was held May 16th-19th, 2018 in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. This competition is the largest cider competition in the world, and it has grown to accommodate more than 1,200 entries from 10+ different countries since the competition’s debut in 2005.
After a thorough judging process over the four days, we are thrilled with the results. We are so excited to have placed in every category we entered again this year! Especially, after Wild English’s most significant win, bringing home 1st place- Best in Class, in the Traditional Cider-Dry category. We also saw Ginger Perry win it’s first medal at GLINTCAP in the Specialty Perry category.
It’s amazing to see how the cider industry is growing and diversifying, and we look forward to seeing what everyone brings to the competition next year!
Here are our full medal results:
Wild English- BEST IN CLASS – Traditional Cider- Dry
Rumrunner (Prohibition) – Wood Aged Cider
Pippins – Heritage Dry
Bittersweet – Traditional Sweet
Wold in the Woods – Specialty Cider
Ruby Rose – Fruit Cider
Ginger Perry – Specialty Perry
For the full listing of awards, head over to the GLINTCAP website.