Hall of Fame



Hall of Fame point system explained.

For every Gold medal, competitors are awarded 3 points. For each Silver medal, they are given 2 points and for Bronze they receive 1 point. Best of Show, like Gold medals, are worth 3 points. Below, you will see points awarded as well as total medal count and which medals were won in which years.

Croatia
0
total medals

5 BOS medals
42 Gold medals
45 Silver medals
46 Bronze medals


slovenia
0
total medals

2 BOS medal
10 Gold medals
8 Silver medals
4 Bronze medals


Slovakia
0
total medals

2 BOS medals
9 Gold medals
3 Silver medals
1 Bronze medal


united kingdom
0
total medals

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1 Gold medal
3 Silver medals
3 Bronze medals


Poland
0
total medals

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1 Gold medal
3 Silver medals
1 Bronze medal


Bosnia & Herzegovina
0
total medals

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.4 Silver medals
1 Bronze medals



Romania
0
total medals

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2 Gold medal
1 Silver medal
1 Bronze medal



Hungary
0
total medals

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1 Gold medal
1 Silver medal
1 Bronze medal



Bulgaria
0
total medals

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1 Silver medals
2 Bronze medal



Czechia
0
total medals

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1 Gold medal
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1 Bronze medal



Serbia
0
total medals

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1 Silver medal
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Austria
0
total medals

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1 Bronze medal



Spain
0
total medals

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1 Bronze medal



Israel
0
total medals

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1 Bronze medal


TOP 25 BREWERS

  • Silvije Boroša

    21 points. 10 medals total.
    2015: Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.
    2016: Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.
    2017: Silver medal.
    2018: Gold medal.
    2019: 2 Silver medals.

  • Damir Ban

    17 points. 8 medals total.
    2013: Bronze medal.
    2014: 2 Gold medals.
    2015: Silver and Bronze medals.
    2017: Gold and Silver medals.
    2018: Silver medal.

  • Janko Cvitaš

    15 points. 6 medals total.
    2014: Gold medal.
    2016: Silver medal, Bronze medal.
    2017: Gold medal.
    2018: Gold medal.
    2020: Gold medal.

  • Martin Bedeković

    14 points. 7 medals total.
    2016: 2 Bronze medals.
    2017: Best of Show and Gold medal.
    2018: Silver medal.
    2019: Bronze medal.
    2020: Gold medal.

  • Goran Kramarić

    12 points. 6 medals total.
    2013: Gold medal.
    2016: Silver medal, Bronze medal.
    2017: Gold and Silver medals.
    2018: Bronze medal.

  • Domen Srebot

    12 points. 4 medal total.
    2016: Gold medal.
    2017: Gold medal.
    2018: Best of Show and Gold medal.

  • Daniel Babić

    11 points. 5 medals total.
    2013: Gold medal.
    2014: Bronze Medal.
    2015: Gold medal.
    2016: Gold medal and Bronze medal.

  • Bojan Grbec

    10 points. 6 medals total.
    2014: Bronze medal.
    2016: Gold medal, Silver medal, Bronze medal.
    2017: Silver medal.
    2018: Bronze medal.

  • Miha Tome, Aleš Ogrinec and Luka Kranjc

    10 points. 4 medals total.
    2016: Best of Show, 2 Gold and 1 Bronze medal.

  • Peter Chňupa

    9 points. 3 medals total.
    2014: Gold medal.
    2015: 2 Gold medals.

  • Laurentiu Mandrila

    9 points. 4 medals total.
    2016: 2 Gold medals and 1 Silver medal.
    2017: Bronze medal.

  • Anđelko Zrinski

    9 points. 4 medals total.
    2013: Silver medal.
    2015: Gold medal.
    2016: 2 Silver medals.

  • Niko Čučković

    8 points. 3 medals total.
    2019: Best of Show and Gold medal.
    2020: Silver medal.

  • Jakub Kalivoda

    8 points. 3 medals total.
    2015: 2 Gold medals.
    2018: Silver medal.

  • Ivan Kuže

    8 points. 3 medals total.
    2014: Best of Show and Gold medal.
    2018: Silver medal.

  • Domagoj Ličanin

    8 points. 3 medals total.
    2014: Gold medal.
    2015: Gold medal.
    2017: Silver medal.

  • Branko Prlina

    8 points. 4 medals total.
    2012: Silver medal.
    2013: Gold medal.
    2014: Silver medal.
    2015: Bronze medal.

  • Igor Đogaš

    7 points. 3 medals total.
    2015: Silver medal.
    2017: Gold medal.
    2018: Silver medal.

  • Tomislav Pleše

    7 points. 3 medals total.
    2016: Silver medal.
    2020: Gold and Silver medal.

  • Miroslav Bandžuch

    6 points. 2 medals total.
    2015: Best of Show and Gold medal.

  • Peter Bognar

    6 points. 3 medals total.
    2015: Silver medal.
    2018: 1 Gold and 1 Bronze medal.

  • Radu Drasovean

    6 points. 3 medals total.
    2018: 1 Gold medal and 1 Bronze medal.
    2019: Silver medal.

  • Michal Ferko

    6 points. 2 medals total.
    2013: Best of Show and Gold medal.

  • Bojan Grdinić

    6 points. 3 medals total.
    2017: Silver medal.
    2018: Bronze medal.
    2019: Gold medal.

  • Lee Immins

    6 points. 4 medals total.
    2015: Silver medal and Bronze medal.
    2016: Bronze medal.
    2017: Silver medal.