Has there been any word about the host hotel in Baltimore? I'm assuming its in the inner harbor.
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Texas death cage match.2 Gold x 6 Points, 1 Silver x 4 Points, 2 Bronze x 2 Points = 20 Final Round Points
Magic Algebra = 65 Total Entries
Now how can that not be the "NHC Champion Club" or whatever we're going to call it? Most final round points, tiebreaker is final round points per entry, and from there you go to the pie-eating contest or whatever it is they do for Ninkasi now.
What's in Tampa other than Cigar City and that chain restaurant bar?There are 3 CCB related properties (the brewery, brewpub, and cider and meadery), Tampa Bay Brewing, Coppertail, Dunedin, Rapp, 7venth Sun, Cycle, St. Somewhere, and Green Bench, just off the top of my head.
It's tricky - keep it where it is - it interferes with some end of school. Move it back, you run into father's days. fun times! There's also the question of hotel availability - as you move deeper into summer, it's harder to get rooms.
I love The BN and believe they have contributed an insurmountable amount of information to the homebrewing community. Being my first NHC, I was under the impression the booing when they won (which we all expected) was for fun. I'm not sure what I really think about the fact they continue to win CotY, but I'm compelled to encourage the formation of perhaps a collaborative new (and huge) club that's focused solely on winning this award. It may take some time, but I don't think it's impossible, and my guess is even The BN would view it as a fun thing.The Austin Club killed it in the second round, but BN had the most first round points, which put them over.
Ultimately, "we" are who makeup the BN Army (I am a member), we are this community. The fact they are now expected to win based purely on their numbers absolutely waters down the award. Hmm.
I didn't boo. They won under the rules that are posted. Could the rules be changed? Yes.
Good points by Steve.
Yep, will stop by for at least a bit. Information about it is proving hard to come by - it's not publicized anywhere that I can find.
From what I understand, the location will more than likely be on the East Coast.
That is not what I've heard.
Trolley stop 2 to the west of Fashion Valley.Isn't there a mall across the road with a bunch of restaurants? Or was that some other NHC?Yes, the food court in the mall was "adequate".
We are going to check out Old Town.
Where, exactly, is Old Town?
Isn't there a mall across the road with a bunch of restaurants? Or was that some other NHC?Yes, the food court in the mall was "adequate".
We are going to check out Old Town.
The Liberty Station location is the one I was looking at.Great place. It's also where the experimental stuff is done, so there's usually a pretty good chance of several test or experimental brews being on tap at the garden bar.
The Liberty Station location is the one I was looking at.I live in the sticks, where there's virtually no public transportation. So the Uber concept is mind blowing. I do need to get around in SD (Stone Bistro). Has everyone had a positive experience with Uber?There are also other Stone locations around San Diego, on taproom near Petco Park. The Liberty Station one is also a Stone Bistro, and would be closer if time and money are a consideration, as it is near the airport.
Problem is - the law that got passed explicitly forbade organizations mostly made up of homebrewers or for the promotion of homebrewing from taking advantage of the new law. It was, in effect, to prevent someone from setting up a non-profit like "Drew's Cure for His Wallet" and then selling my homebrew via the law as a loophole to avoid all the commercial controls on brewing.