I'd be in. (Commenting to follow thread)
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...That's one way to interpret that rule... I would read that rule as you can only enter 1 beer per subcategory where you are the primary brewer. If someone else enters a beer in that same subcategory with you as the secondary brewer it's ok. I don't interpret it saying anything about entering the same beer in multiple subcategories...QuoteEntrants may only submit one entry per subcategory. For categories that have no subcategories (Categories 20 and 23), you may only submit one entry. An entrant may be an Additional Brewer for a different entry in a subcategory they have already entered as the main brewer (e.g. John Doe enters an American Pale Ale, Category 10A, and is also the Additional Brewer on an American Pale Ale submitted by Jane Smith).
That's from the rules. It seems that if you want to submit the same pale ale to both American Pale Ale and American Amber Ale - it's good, and there is a lot of overlap in the style guide.
As for the team thing - I would give them the benefit of doubt and hope that they just made a mistake. Janis caught it in her audit of the results and did the right thing. It is a shame it wasn't caught by the site director so that one of the entries didn't advance to BoS.
I went there once. Ended up winning a $200 GC to there last NHC. Stopped in there and got a 10 gallon corny while judging the Indy Beer Cup last year. Win, win, win. ... The brewery they ?own? next door is pretty good too.
Awesome on the GC ! Yeah, great shop and the nano next door is excellent. They were brewery of the year in the Beer Cup a couple years ago IIRC. Are you judging it again this year ? I'm planning to have at least a couple entries in.
I went there once. Ended up winning a $200 GC to there last NHC. Stopped in there and got a 10 gallon corny while judging the Indy Beer Cup last year. Win, win, win. ... The brewery they ?own? next door is pretty good too.I got a beer gun 4 or so years ago and haven't looked back. Easy to use and zero issues with infection.
Same here. That was a good investment.
Would the beer gun work with Sanke valves? I have sixtels.
Never tried it with a Sanke. I'd think as long as you use the Sanke connector/QDs that there wouldn't be a difference. Really all you're doing is sending the liquid out line to the beer gun instead of your tap.
I'm sure I can figure it out. SOLD!!!!!
It's a really nice piece of equipment. Gives you a lot of flexibility. Keeps comp beers in better condition than filling through the tap, and I like the option of bottling a partial keg to make room to put something else on tap. Win-win !
EDIT - BTW my LHBS has a nice, easy video on using one. Scroll down to find it :