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Homebrew Competitions / Re: NHC Final round Competition Labels
« on: May 31, 2013, 11:41:03 AM »
I read that portion online, and from that it sounds like it needs the entire bottle label.  Mine have the barcode along with a number below it; Entry number?

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Homebrew Competitions / NHC Final round Competition Labels
« on: May 31, 2013, 10:29:54 AM »
So the question is do we tape just the Bar code to the bottle or the entire label that has the category # and additional information.  If I remeber in the past it was just the bar code?  The way that the labels print out thought makes me second guess.  Anyone know?

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CA / Learn to Homebrew Day 2011, Temecula, CA
« on: October 19, 2011, 11:57:39 AM »
The Temecula Valley Homebrewers Association will be putting on another Teach a Friend to Homebrew Day or "Learn To Homebrew Day" as they now call it.  The event will be held on Saturday November 5th starting at 9am and going till closing time.  The event will be held at the Murrieta Homebrew Emporium.  Address is below.  Please email eric.f.holden@gmail.com for any questions.  We will be having Extract and All Grain batches being brewed throughout the day.  See the link to a video of our event a few years ago.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcFcLZwFxXA

38750 Sky Canyon Dr.
Murrieta, CA 92563
(951) 600-0008
http://murrietahomebrew.com/

Thanks
Eric Holden

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Homebrew Clubs / Re: Virtual Homebrew Clubs And Competition
« on: June 21, 2011, 10:03:49 AM »
I am on the side that feels there is an unfair advantaged and it irks me quite a bit.  I think its all comes down to what we think of when we thing "Club".  At NHC I asked 2 BN members if they could name anyone else that is in the club that isn't on the radio show, no one could answer. Also when your, lets say "President", has to ask who has won a medal so they can give them the award... seems so impersonal.  That is what irks me most.

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Homebrew Competitions / Re: ProAm for the National Homebrew Competition
« on: December 03, 2010, 11:50:43 AM »
For the conference and the Pro Night, it looks like we're arranging for local brewers and breweries to hook up and have a people's choice award.

Drew, 

      Thanks much for the info, this appears to be what is it was.  A bragging rights people's Choice award for the National Homebrew Conference .  Not an actual competition. See below for the email that was forwarded to me about this
_____________________________________________________________________________________
NHC Pro-Am Comp. Rules

Pro-Am Competition
The American Homebrewers Association and the San Diego local committee are proud to present the First Annual Pro-Am Competition of the National Homebrewers Conference.
Commercial Brewery Rules
1. Breweries that have a booth on the festival floor are eligible to enter a beer in the Pro-Am Competition.
2. Beer entered in the Pro-Am Competition must be available for tasting on the festival floor during Pro-Brewers Night.
3. Pro-Brewers Night Pro-Am beer will be served at the participating breweries booth on the festival floor.
4. Breweries may determine the homebrew recipe they scale up by whatever means they choose, possibilities include:
⁃ Ro Sham Bo
⁃ Select a random AHA member homebrewer off the street ⁃ Partner with a homebrewer friend or customer of yours ⁃ Choose a winning recipe and homebrewer from a previously held competition ⁃ Team up with an upcoming homebrew competition ⁃ Hold your own competition 5. Breweries may choose to restrict entries to categories they are reasonably able to brew. For example, breweries may choose not to accept recipes for fruit beers, sour beers, or beers requiring extended aging, etc.
6. Beer entered in the Pro-Am Competition does not need to be made commercially available.
7. Breweries may use their pilot system, however the homebrewer needs to be involved in the brewing process.
8. The homebrewer brewing their recipe with the professional brewery CANNOT be an employee of that brewery or on the brewing staff at any brewery.
9. The homebrewer must be an AHA member and must have a valid AHA membership at the time of the NHC. All brewery entrants must be members of the Brewers Association.
10. There is no entry fee associated with this competition.
11. No more than one entry per booth will be accepted in the NHC Pro-Am Competition.
12. No more than 25 total entries will be accepted for this competition. Entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
13. Pro-Brewers Night Pro-Am entries will compete in a people's choice styled popular vote.  Judges will be comprised of all festival goers in attendance at the National Homebrewers Conference Pro-Brewers Night on Thursday, June 16th, 2011 (8pm - 10pm). No Style Guidelines will be used as this is a people's choice competition.
14. Votes will be determined by ballot on the night of the event.
There will be only one winner. Medals will be issued to both the winning brewery and the winning homebrewer.
15. This competition is purely for fun and for bragging rights of both the winning brewery and the winning homebrewer.

Homebrewer Rules
1. All homebrewer entrants must be members of the AHA at the time the original homebrew entry is chosen as well as when the Pro-Am entry is judged (June 16, 2011). All brewery entrants must be members of the Brewers Association.
2. Competitions must be timed to give the brewery adequate time to brew the beer to be ready for entry to the National Homebrewers Conference Pro-Brewers Night Pro-Am Competition.
3. The homebrewer selection process is entirely up to the brewery, they may choose to work with an existing competition or create their own. Breweries may restrict the styles of the competition to styles they can reasonably brew.
4. AHA membership of the selected homebrewer will be verified by the AHA. AHA membership of the homebrewer must be current at the time of the NHC judging.
5. The homebrewer brewing their recipe with the professional brewery CANNOT be an employee of that brewery or on the brewing staff at any brewery.
6. No more than one entry per brewery will be accepted in the Pro-Brewers Night Pro-Am Competition. Individual AHA members may be associated with no more than one entry submitted into the Pro-Am Competition at the National Homebrewers Conference.
7. Pro-Brewers Night Pro-Am entries will compete in a people's choice styled popular vote.  Judges will be comprised of all festival goers in attendance at the National Homebrewers Conference Pro-Brewers Night on Thursday, June 16th, 2011 (8pm - 10pm). No Style Guidelines will be used as this is a people's choice competition.
8. Votes will be determined by ballot on the night of the event.
There will be only one winner. Medals will be issued to both the winning brewery and the winning homebrewer.
9. This competition is purely for fun and for bragging rights of both the winning brewery and the winning homebrewer.

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Homebrew Competitions / ProAm for the National Homebrew Competition
« on: October 27, 2010, 07:40:59 AM »
I heard that there may be a ProAm competition for the National Homebrew comeptition this year?  Is this true, can anyone confirm or deny this?

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Homebrew Competitions / Re: NHC 2010
« on: December 07, 2009, 01:01:49 PM »
I plan on entering quite a few.... 20ish? =)

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