That's a little weird. But I did buy friends some pacifiers custom printed with their homebrew logo for a shower gift.
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Well actually if 1 cube in 12oz gives 2.25 vol, then 1 cube in a 16oz bottle would be 1.7 vol. 2 cubes in a 16oz bottle would be 3.4vol.I've used Domino's dots before with good success when I use to bottle.Yes bucknut, I'll have to admit that's probably the simplest and cheapest bottle carb solution. But it's one-size-fits-all. What do I do when I want to bottle some English Bitter at 1.7 volumes of CO2 or Dunkelwiezen at 3.2? Also how do I know those sugar cubes are reasonably bacteria free?
One cube per 12oz bottle gave me good carbonation, if I had to guess maybe 2-2.5 vols.
I wouldn't be combative about it, but as a regulatory agency it's their job to tell people if what they want to do complies with law. It basically IS the conventional route.Absolutely take the high road. What I am saying is make the responsible agency cancel the homebrew comp via some sort of specific written documentation. That plays much better in the media than a bunch of homebrewers deciding not to have it. Besides do they "really" respect the law when it clearly says only "native grown products" can be used. That seems pretty cut and dry...only Idaho hops, barley, yeast and water can be used. Pretty ridiculous
I just don't see the point in going that far until he tries a more conventional route. You catch more flies with honey, ya know...
I know - on the one hand they might just send a letter telling you to cancel the competition. But if they found out the organizer knew they said it was illegal and went ahead with plans - who knows.So I am probably in the minority here but.....what would happen if you went ahead with your competition plans as usual?
Maybe a nice criminal record for all involved...
Thanks gentlemen. i agree HobsonDrake it contradicts itself with that statement. Ill give them a shout.25.206 is the section of Federal law that authorizes competitions. That is not state law.
I got mostly master level completeness and descriptions, my feedback was between certified and national, but I fubard a couple scores (one too high, one too low as compared to the proctors) which ends up counting against you twice because those scores are going to be based on perceptions, right?Maybe - my last exam I had master level perceptions and apprentice level scoring one beer. I'm still wondering what went sideways there.
Did Denny name it Marvin?Or it is overly self critical and a sad robot.What do you do when it becomes self-aware?It creates its own recipes and gets offended if you don't like them.