Upcoming Competitions and Important Dates
The next Club-Only competition is upon us. The theme for this is Strong Ales BJCP category 19, Old Ale, English Barleywine and American Barleywine. Entries for this are due at the November Club meeting on November 18th. If you have any one of these three bring three 12 oz. bottles and make sure you let […]
Entries are due at the Culver City shop no later than Saturday, October 9th for the last major competition of the season, the California State Homebrew Competition. This is one of the key competitions that are considered for the California brew club of the year awarded sponsored by Anchor Brewing, so we need a good […]
Lift up you taster cup and raise a toast to Craig Corley, Best of Show winner for the 2010 Los Angeles County Fair Homebrew competition!. His Saison took top honors. Also honoring the club was Carl Townsend, whose English Porter pulled in the second runner-up best of show. Altogether, ten different Pacific Gravity brewers pulled […]
The summer months are here and if you’ve planned ahead, you have your cool weather ales in the cellar and your lagers in the fridge. Perhaps you even have a wheat beer or a Belgian style in the fermenter. Well, get them ready, because a couple of competitions are upon us.
Here we are in the rapidly-warming month of April and we are in the thick of the homebrew competition season. Coming up this Saturday, April 10th is the due date for Maltose Falcon’s Mayfaire competition. We are collecting entries for this at the Culver City shop. On-line sign up is here: http://maltosefalcons.com/comps/2010Mayfaire Note that […]
Entries for the world’s largest homebrew competition are due by this Friday, March 26th: the American Homebrewers Association’s National Homebrew Competition. Entries for this event must be registered on-line at http://www.brewingcompetition.com/NHC/nhc.php . You only need to submit one bottle per entry for this round, but if you beer advances to the finals, you need to […]
For many beer drinkers, March is associated with the consumption of mass quantities of Guinness Stout, or, all too often, fizzy yellow beer that has been colored to make it green. For those of us in homebrew clubs, however, March is the warm-up month for homebrew competition season.
On Thursday, February 18th at the Club meeting, we will hold a special vote for the Brewer of the Year Rules. The ballot language is included below. Please review the issue now, so that you are prepared to vote. Voting at the club meeting will be conducted by written ballots at approximately 8:15 PM and […]