Braugasthof Grosch receives award

We are so pleasedBRAURING QUALITY SEAL Certificates Presentation November 2021
Despite or even because of the Corona pandemic, it is important for breweries to continue to attach great importance to the good quality of their beers.
On the occasion of a visit to the Braugasthof Grosch, Kerstin and Christof Pilarzyk received the award for quality production for their beer specialities from the hands of Brauring Managing Director Matthias Hajenski.
According to Kerstin Pilarzyk, it is proof of the longstanding and very successful goal of the Braugasthof Grosch to meet the highest quality standards.
Mr. and Mrs. Pilarzyk and brewmaster Silvana Goller proudly accepted the BRAURING medal and certificate, especially in these difficult times. At the same time
Mrs. Pilarzyk explained that this honour was a well-deserved reward for the brewery’s quality policy. “At the same time, it is also a special recognition for the qualified employees in our company,” Mr Pilarzyk emphasised at the award ceremony.
Consistent quality orientation is an important prerequisite for the long-term success of the Braugasthof Grosch, Mr Hajenski emphasised. He said that all the award-winning breweries had demonstrated their pronounced focus on quality through their regular, voluntary participation in the BRAU RING quality competitions. “Those who submit several beer specialities to the critical judgement of the independent experts every year underline that for them quality is more than mere lip service,” Matthias Hajenski continued when presenting the award.
As a private brewery, for which the sustainable business policy – not influenced by short-term profit thinking – is firmly anchored by the long-standing tradition, the regional orientation means living one’s own values locally.
The preservation of jobs and apprenticeships, the promotion of sport and culture, and the payment of taxes in the region are just a few of the ways in which this sustainability is documented.
With the additional high quality tested and confirmed by independent institutes, the aim is not to win first prizes in beer competitions, but to offer the consumer the security of receiving consistent, high-quality products.
The Braugasthof Grosch is allowed to use the Brauring quality seal as an award for one year.