Pull sheets for homebrew competitions

A Primer on Descriptions when Entering Beer Competitions. Some brewing isn't really about entering competitions and winning awards but submitting your beer for the anonymous evaluation that competitions offer is usually a sound idea. But if you're going to enter, you might as well try to win. Here's some tips.

Find beer events or a sanctioned BJCP homebrew competition near you with the American Homebrewers Association Events Calendar, including Big Brew, Learn to Homebrew Day, Mead Day, AHA Rallies and the National Homebrewers Conference! Each year after the Final Round concludes, the American Homebrewers Association Competition Subcommittee discusses changes and improvements to the National Homebrew Competition (NHC). The highlights for 2020 are as follows: Implementing a $9/entry fee in NHC Final Round and only for Final Round entries (see below)

Brew Competition Online Entry & Management is a system for homebrew competition organizers to gather participant, entry, judge, and stewart data using a web-based interface. • Morning of competition • Arrive at designated arrival time, ~30 min before judging • Help yourself to some breakfast, coffee • Look for a sign-in sheet, judge assignments • Find your judging table and introduce yourself to the other judges • Tables will have pull sheets, scoresheets • Listen for special announcements from ... Thank you for your interest in the 2020 Midwinter Homebrew Competition organized by Beer Barons of Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI.. You only need to register your information once and can return to this site to enter more brews or edit the brews you've entered.

Competition Integrity The National Homebrew Competition (NHC) is organized and run with great passion and integrity. The organizers, core crew, judges, stewards, and volunteers are dedicated to providing entrants with a high quality competition that runs smoothly, and gives meaningful feedback and honest results in a timely manner. Check this for a Professional Brewery/Meadery/Cidery Commercial competition; leave unchecked for a Homebrew competition Are you judging Beer? Are you judging Mead? GTA Brews is excited to announce our fifth annual, nation-wide, homebrew competition for beer, mead, and cider; Brew Slam 2019 (#BrewSlam)! We are excited to build on last year’s massive success which saw 826 entries, from 191 entrants, in 8/10 provinces, judged by 75 judges, over just 3 days, making this the largest homebrew competition in ...