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Registration

Registration Processes
  • STEP 1: BREWERY REGISTRATION: - Dec, 2021
  • STEP 2: BEER REGISTRATION: Jan. 2022 - Feb. 2022
Determining The Proper Category For Your Beer
Each brand may only be entered once. No beer may be entered in multiple categories.
Brewing companies entering beers in the 2022 Korea International Beer Award should carefully review the category and subcategory designations before registering a beer. It is imperative that beers are entered into the proper category and subcategory since judges evaluate beers on the basis of these category descriptions.
It is the responsibility of each brewing company to enter its beer in the appropriate category and subcategory. The staff of the Korea International Beer Award cannot aid brewing companies in this decision.
Beer Styles List
The style descriptions and specifications are available at WorldBeerCup.org.
Hybrid/Mixed Beer Styles
  • 1. American-Style Wheat Beer
    • a. Light American Wheat Beer without Yeast
    • b. Dark American Wheat Beer without Yeast
    • c. Light American Wheat Beer with Yeast
    • d. Dark American Wheat Beer with Yeast
  • 2. Fruit Beer
  • 3. Fruit Wheat Beer
  • 4. Belgian-Style Fruit Beer
  • 5. Pumpkin/Squash Beer or Pumpkin Spice Beer
  • a. Pumpkin/Squash Beer
  • b. Pumpkin Spice Beer
  • 6. Field Beer
  • 7. Chili Beer
  • 8. Herb and Spice Beer
  • 9. Chocolate Beer
  • 10. Coffee Beer
  • 11. Coffee Stout or Porter
  • 12. Specialty Beer
  • 13. Rye Beer
    • a. Rye Beer
    • b. German-Style Rye Ale
  • 14. Honey Beer
  • 15. Non-Alcohol Beer
  • 16. Session Beer
  • 17. Session India Pale Ale
  • 18. Other Strong Beer
    • a. Other Strong Beer
    • b. American-Style Imperial Porter
    • c. American-Style Wheat Wine Ale
    • d. American-Style Malt Liquor
  • 19. Experimental Beer
    • a. Experimental Beer
    • b. Ginjo Beer or Sake-Yeast Beer
    • c. Wild Beer
  • 20. Fresh Hop Beer
  • 21. Historical Beer
    • a. Historical Beer
    • b. Dutch-Style Kuyt Beer
    • c. Grodziskie
    • d. Adambier
    • e. Finnish-Style Sahti
    • f. Swedish-Style Gotlandsdricke
    • g. Breslau-Style Schoeps
  • 22. Gluten-Free Beer
  • 23. American-Belgo-Style Ale
  • 24. American-Style Sour Ale
  • 25. Fruited American-Style Sour Ale
  • 26. Brett Beer
  • 27. Mixed-Culture Brett Beer
  • 28. Wood- and Barrel-Aged Beer
    • a. Wood- and Barrel-Aged Pale to Amber Beer
    • b. Wood- and Barrel-Aged Dark Beer
  • 29. Wood- and Barrel-Aged Strong Beer
  • 30. Wood- and Barrel-Aged Strong Stout
  • 31. Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beer
  • 32. Fruited Wood- and Barrel-Aged Sour Beer
  • 33. Aged Beer
  • 34. Kellerbier or Zwickelbier
    • a. Unfiltered European-Style Ale
    • b. Unfiltered European-Style Lager
  • 35. Smoke Beer
    • a. Bamberg-Style Weiss Rauchbier
    • b. Bamberg-Style Helles Rauchbier
    • c. Bamberg-Style Maerzen Rauchbier
    • d. Bamberg-Style Bock Rauchbier
    • e. Smoke Porter
    • f. Other Smoke Beer
Lager Beer Styles
Styles of Other Origin
  • 36. International-Style Light Lager
    • a. German-Style Leichtbier
    • b. Australasian, Latin American or Tropical-Style Light Lager
    • c. American-Style Light Lager
    • d. American-Style Amber Light Lager
  • 37. International-Style Pilsener
  • 38. Other International-Style Lager
Styles of European and German Origin
  • 40. German-Style Pilsener
  • 41. Bohemian-Style Pilsener
  • 42. Munich-Style Helles
  • 43. Dortmunder/Export or German-Style Oktoberfest
    • a. Dortmunder/European-Style Export
    • b. German-Style Oktoberfest/Wiesn
  • 44. Vienna-Style Lager
  • 45. German-Style Maerzen or Franconian-Style Rotbier
    • a. German-Style Maerzen
    • b. Franconian-Style Rotbier
  • 46. International-Style Dark Lager
    • a. Munich-Style Dunkel
    • b. European-Style Dark Lager
    • c. American-Style Dark Lager
  • 47. German-Style Schwarzbier
  • 48. German-Style Bock or Maibock
    • a. Traditional German-Style Bock
    • b. German-Style Heller Bock/Maibock
  • 49. German-Style Doppelbock or Eisbock
    • a. German-Style Doppelbock
    • b. German-Style Eisbock
Ale Beer Styles
Styles of Other Origin
  • 54. Australian-Style Pale Ale
    • a. Classic Australian-Style Pale Ale
    • b. Australian-Style Pale Ale
  • 55. International-Style Pale Ale
Styles of German Origin
  • 56. German-Style Koelsch
  • 57. German-Style Altbier
  • 58. German-Style Sour Ale
    • a. Leipzig-Style Gose
    • b. Berliner-Style Weisse
  • 59. Specialty Berliner-Style Weisse
  • 60. Contemporary Gose
  • 61. South German-Style Hefeweizen
  • 62. German-Style Wheat Ale
    • a. South German-Style Kristal Weizen
    • b. German-Style Leichtes Weizen
    • c. South German-Style Bernsteinfarbenes Weizen
    • d. South German-Style Dunkel Weizen
  • 63. South German-Style Weizenbock
Styles of Belgian and French Origin
  • 64. Belgian-Style Witbier
  • 65. Classic Saison
  • 66. Specialty Saison
  • 67. Belgian- and French-Style Ale
    • a. French-Style Biere de Garde b. Other Belgian- and French-Style Ale
    • 68. Belgian-Style Pale Ale or Belgian-Style Blonde Ale
      a. Belgian-Style Pale Ale b. Belgian-Style Blonde Ale
  • 69. Belgian-Style Sour Ale
    • a. Belgian-Style Lambic
    • b. Belgian-Style Gueuze Lambic
    • c. Contemporary Belgian-Style Gueuze Lambic
    • d. Belgian-Style Fruit Lambic
    • e. Other Belgian-Style Sour Ale
  • 70. Belgian-Style Flanders Oud Bruin or Oud Red Ale
  • 71. Belgian-Style Dubbel or Abbey Ale
    • a. Belgian-Style Dubbel
    • b. Belgian-Style Abbey Ale
  • 72. Belgian-Style Tripel
  • 73. Belgian-Style Pale Strong Ale
  • 74. Belgian-Style Dark Strong Ale or Belgian-Style Quadrupel
    • a. Belgian-Style Dark Strong Ale
    • b. Belgian-Style Quadrupel
  • 75. Belgian-Style Specialty Ale
    • a. Belgian-Style Table Beer
    • b. Belgian-Style Specialty Ale
    • c. Belgian-Style Strong Specialty Ale
Styles of British Origin
  • 76. English-Style Mild Ale
    • a. English-Style Pale Mild Ale
    • b. English-Style Dark Mild Ale
  • 77. English-Style Summer Ale
  • 78. Ordinary or Special Bitter
    • a. Ordinary Bitter
    • b. Special Bitter or Best Bitter
  • 79. Classic English-Style Pale Ale
  • 80. Extra Special Bitter
    • a. American-Style Extra Special Bitter
    • b. English-Style Extra Special Bitter
  • 81. English-Style India Pale Ale
  • 82. Scottish-Style Ale
    • a. Scottish-Style Light Ale
    • b. Scottish-Style Heavy Ale
    • c. Scottish-Style Export Ale
  • 83. English-Style Brown Ale
  • 84. Brown Porter
  • 85. Robust Porter
  • 86. Sweet Stout or Cream Stout
  • 87. Oatmeal Stout
  • 88. Scotch Ale
    • a. Unpeated Scotch Ale
    • b. Peated Scotch Ale
  • 89. British-Style Imperial Stout
  • 90. Old Ale or Strong Ale
    • a. Old Ale
    • b. Strong Ale
  • 91. Barley Wine-Style Ale
    • a. American-Style Barley Wine Ale
    • b. British-Style Barley Wine Ale
Styles of Irish Origin
  • 92. Irish-Style Red Ale
  • 93. Classic Irish-Style Dry Stout
  • 94. Export Stout
Styles of North American Origin
  • 95. Golden or Blonde Ale
  • 96. American-Style Pale Ale
  • 97. Juicy or Hazy Pale Ale
  • 98. American-Style Strong Pale Ale
  • 99. Juicy or Hazy Strong Pale Ale
  • 100. American-Style India Pale Ale
  • 101. Juicy or Hazy India Pale Ale
  • 102. Emerging India Pale Ale
  • 103. Imperial India Pale Ale
  • 104. Juicy or Hazy Imperial India Pale Ale
  • 105. American-Style Amber/Red Ale
  • 106. Double Hoppy Red Ale
  • 107. Imperial Red Ale
  • 108. American-Style Brown Ale
  • 109. American-Style Black Ale
  • 110. American-Style Stout
  • 111. American-Style Imperial Stout
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