If you want a strong blueberry flavor, do a three gallon batch, 5 pounds in primary and 10 pounds in secondary.
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5 or 6...and it goes up dramatically...we haven't fully decided our pricing this year, but are leaning toward 1-6 = $5, 7-10 = $8, 11 and up =$12 (I wanted to take it to $15 above 6)I don't follow the logic here. For my home club, our yearly competition is a major fund raiser, anything we did to limit entries would be detrimental to the club. Why do you penalize folks who want to enter multiple entries?
That was my best day ever fishing, two bass over 6 pounds and one catfish around 10 pounds.Did not intend for this to be a debate on competitions, value of medals, etc. Just wanted the advice of some of the highest ranked judges on interpretting the rules.
Nice stringer of bass in your avatar there stlaleman!
Only list those ingredients that are apparent to the senses. It doesn't matter what went into it as much as what they are going to be judging it as.
There is no rule that I know of that says you have to list everything you put into a batch.
It will be judged, as you say, with respect to what the judges taste and smell, so only list those things that are apparent.