HOMEBREW COMPETITION: 2014 Beau’s Oktoberfest Homebrew Competition

Members of Barleyment Competitions

The Members of Barleyment are pleased to announce the 2014 edition of the annual MoB & Beau’s Oktoberfest Homebrewing Competition.

The grand prize winner will get to brew their own recipe at Beau’s All Natural Brewing Company. Additional prizes (to be announced) will be offered up by other brewery and homebrew suppliers. Among the handsome MoB medals given to all those brewers who placed in each flight, last year’s prizes included kegs from OntarioBeerKegs and merchandise from Covered Bridge Brewing. Stay tuned for further prize details!

As with last year, we plan to have our competition included in the Canadian Brewer of the Year (http://www.canadianbreweroftheyear.com/) and the Brewer of the Year (http://www.breweroftheyear.com/) competitions!

This event is 2 competitions in 1!

The first is a BJCP-sanctioned competition:

  • All beer categories in the 2008 BJCP Style Guidelines will be accepted (Categories 1-23).

  • As with last year, we will have a category 99 option—details on this “style” to follow

  • Each brewer can submit a maximum of one entry per subcategory.

The second is a People’s Choice competition:

  • Attendees of Beau’s Oktoberfest 2014 will take part in judging your homebrew!

  • The People’s Choice Judging promotes beer literacy by getting non-homebrewers to judge competition-worthy homebrew and consult the BJCP guidelines.

  • Details of People’s Choice entries will be provided in a later announcement.

Entry Deadline is Friday, September 12, 2014.

For more information and updates see the Competition website: http://mob-competitions.tumblr.com/

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