Calling all Bartenders: Do You Have the Perfect Pour?

Cincinnati, OH – Back for its second year, the Perfect Pour by Warsteiner challenges bartenders across the United States to show off their technical skills and personal flair as they compete to present the most perfectly tapped glass of Warsteiner Premium German Pilsener for an all-expense paid trip to Germany. Entries will be accepted from May 30, 2016 through July 17, 2016.
“A perfectly poured Warsteiner is more than just a glass of beer, it is a work of art to be admired,“ said Laura Sprengard, brand manager for Warsteiner USA

Here’s how it works:

Bartenders upload a photo of themselves with their perfectly poured Warsteiner (preferably poured into Warsteiner’s signature tulip glass) to Photos can be serious or silly, but they must demonstrate mastery of Warsteiner’s four-step Perfect Pour ritual. To watch, visit:

Once bartenders have submitted their perfect pour, fans can vote online for their favorite through July 17. The three bartenders who receive the most votes, among other criteria, will be invited to compete in a live Perfect Pour-Off event in Las Vegas. The champion will win an all-expense paid, week-long trip for two to Germany.

Each time a fan votes, he or she will be entered into the Perfect Pour Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of three all-expense paid trips for two to the live Perfect Pour-Off event.

Official contest rules are available at

The Warsteiner Brewery

Warsteiner Brewery, founded in 1753, is one of the largest private breweries in Germany. Its flagship is the Warsteiner Premium German Pilsener brand, one of the most popular beer brands in Germany and the world’s No. 1 imported premium pilsener among German private breweries. The Warsteiner Group owns interest in König Ludwig GmbH & CO. KG Schlossbrauerei Kaltenberg (König Ludwig Weissbier, König Ludwig Dunkel). The Warsteiner Group sells its products in more than 60 countries worldwide. More:


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