Roy-Pitz has earned yet another Gold Medal at the World Beer Championships, this time for its Belgian Style IPA, Mind Your P’s and Q’s.  The beer earned top spot in its category with a rating of “Exceptional” (94), with reviews heralding it as “A big, warming Belgian IPA with a nice balance of fruity malt and peppery hops”. The win is the latest in a long history of highly rated beers in the Roy-Pitz line of “Liquid Art”.  Previously, Roy-Pitz accumulated four other gold medals from the competition in their short history.

The World Beer Championships, operated by and the Beverage Tasting Institute, is one of the most comprehensive competition for beers from around the world to be rated and reviewed by industry professionals. Each month showcases a new beer category, with results posted on It delivers a platform for brewers to showcase their best quality brews to consumers. Tastings will evaluate over 900 beers and ciders as a part of this year’s World Beer Championships.

Ryan Richards, Co-Founder of Roy-Pitz and Brewmaster said of the win: “We are honored and excited to receive these four medals for our recent entries at The World Beer Championships! It’s nice to see that we are getting recognized for several different styles of brews. These awards along with the appreciation from our customer base continue to help motivate and drive our team to manufacture and deliver the best Liquid Art possible.”

Roy-Pitz brews include four flagships, four seasonals and ten specialty beers throughout the year, as well as a “Liquid Art” series of specialty beers featuring brews such as the recent Gold Medal Winning Mind Your P’s and Q’s aged in oak wine barrels. A sour/funk barrel program is currently in the works at the brewery and the first releases of these limited brews are about a year off.

Also earning medals in this competition from Roy-Pitz were: Lovitz Watermelon Lager, Ludwig’s Revenge, and Sour Hound.