Probably the biggest home and commercial
mead competition in Europe
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Meads from
around the world
In the 2019 edition,
220 meads were submitted to the competition.
Meads were sent from 30 countries around the world.
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Important dates

Professional Meads
& Home Made Meads:

Registration until 25.09.2020
Receiving meads until 09.10.2020

Competition: 23-25.10.2020
Announcement of results: 30.10.2020

How do I submit mead?


By 25/09/2020 enter your mead by filling the registration form


Pay the entry fee


Print the competition label and attach to each bottle by elastic band


By 09/10/2020 your securely packed bottles need to be received


Wait for the results after 30/10/2020

Guidance of how to properly register, pack, and send mead for competition: see or download

about the competition

Mead Madness Cup is an event that has it permanent place in calendar. Despite the global pandemic and a decision of postponing this year’s edition of European Mead Makers Conference, we simply couldn’t break the continuity of the competition. It will take place at the end of October, traditionally in Poland. The date of the competition has been set to weekend 23-25 of October 2020. The exact location will yet to be announced.

In this year’s edition there are a few surprises. The biggest of them all is a change in the formula of HOME competition, so it will look more like PRO competition. In practice it means there will be more categories. Mead Madness Cup HOME will have 11 seperate categories

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"Having no wine, they make a drink of honey that drunks people much more than wine"

A Venetian diplomat on the customs of Poles,
Ambrogio Contarini, (1429 - 1499)

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