I tried it a few times on different styles, but never seemed to work as good as whirlfloc, so I composted the rest.
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No dry hopping. It's a head-scratcher. Tastes great, it's the anal retentive brewer in me, it's a lager it should be clear! I think it may be time to just RDWHAHB.
I can dream can't I?
Yes, but sometimes dreams come true. I am planning to sign up. Do you have any hotel recommendations?
The pre-call for judges message that I received mentioned that the judge director was looking to recruit 100 judges for the first round in Philly.
Scanning and emailing judging sheets is probably the easiest option available although for a large comp you need a fast scanner and somebody, or preferably multiple people, who has a good process in place to sort forms before they go in the scanner and afterwards as the files are being created. It's faster and cheaper to send forms by email with the cost of postage these days.
This is what we do for Malt Madness. Our competition is around 500 entries and we have 2-3 to people to scan score sheets. We used to stuff envelopes and have them available for people to pick up the day of the competition and send the rest out by mail, but we switched to scanning to save on postage.
Dave, what type of scanner are you using?
I'll check with our IT guys.