Nominations are now open for the Brewers Guild of New Zealand Honours programme.
The programme recognises the contribution by individuals to both the Brewers Guild as an organisation and to the wider industry.
Nominations can be made for:
This is the Guild’s highest honour and is awarded to recognise the high level of achievement of individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the Brewers Guild of New Zealand.
To be considered for Honorary Fellowship of the Brewers Guild, the person must have been active in the brewing industry for at least 10 years. During this period, the person must have demonstrated a significant commitment to the aims and objectives of the Brewers Guild and have been actively involved in supporting the Brewers Guild to advance the interests of the New Zealand brewing industry.
Honorary membership is awarded to a person distinguished in any of the technical, organisational or productive aspects of brewing who has been of material assistance to the Brewers Guild of New Zealand.
To be considered for Honorary Membership to the Brewers Guild, the person must have been active in the brewing industry for at least three years. During this period, the person must have demonstrated a commitments to the aims and objectives of the Brewers Guild and have been actively involved in supporting the Brewers Guild to advance the interests of the New Zealand brewing industry.
The awards of Honorary Fellow and Honorary Member may be made to individuals who have worked for, or owned, a Brewers Guild member organisation. However, the individuals no longer need to be working within the Brewing Industry and/or their company does not need to be a member at the time of the Award.
Industry Achievement Award
This is awarded to a person who has gained recognition for outstanding achievement in a field allied to the brewing industry. This Honour is distinct from other Industry Awards at the New Zealand Beer Awards because it awards individuals rather than organisational achievements.
To be considered for an Industry Achievement Award, the person must have been active in the brewing industry for at least five years.
During this time, the person will have demonstrated a commitment to supporting the interests of brewers and actively going above and beyond in their conduct and service to make the day-to-day activities for brewers easier.
More than focusing on ‘just doing their job’ this award recognised excellence in customer service, positivity in attitude and a commitment to collaboration.
The selection of Honours Awards recipients will be made by an Honours Committee comprising of an Honorary Fellow and two members of the Brewers Guild of New Zealand Board.
Nominations close Tuesday 12th July at 5pm. To submit a nomination, click here.
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