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Mark, I heard you are the keynote speaker and your topic is You Can't Make Beer Without a Stir Plate.
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Shame it doesn't allow you to check both Steward and Judge. I am Provisional looking out to September for the Tasting exam.Im hoping to go next year and plan to volunteer to steward with hopes of being on the American Wild table.
Does checking judge also qualify you for steward? Hate to show and be turned away.
Not Oakshire?I'll give my next batch a higher mash temp. I guess I really don't know if a pale ale should be dry or not, and if it's really an issue either way with the low FG.
Go get a Sierra Nevada pale ale. Use that as your guide.
Your post is sending a mixed message. Why don't you just come out say that you need moreThe takeaway I got was that they need certified and up, but then kind of a polite heads up that it will probably only be national and up sitting at BOS.
National and above judges to sign up? Anyone who is detail oriented can steward a contest. One does not need to be a ranked judge to fill that role.
America's newest craft brewer is....BUSCH!!!How long till Coors sues them for using mountains. And just out of curiosity, does the snow turn yellow when its the right temperature?
I bought a sixer of it for $4.50 at the gas station yesterday. I was pleasantly surprised. Nice light malty flavor with smooth graininess, none of that awful lemony taste of regular Busch/Busch Light. Reminded me of Leinenkugel Oktoberfest.