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jeffy:
Anybody on the forum a member of Oregon Brew Crew?  Denny?
We have a throw down between them and my local club, the Tampa Bay Brewing Enthusiasts Enjoying Real Suds (BEERS), to see who can brew the best IPA.
The way it works is they picked a neutral competition, 8 Seconds of Froth in Wyoming, and we each send as many as a dozen IPA entries.  Points go to the club with the most points, assuming at least one of those clubs' entries wins some points.
Later in the year our club will pick a different style and another neutral cometition for the second challenge.
Seems like a fun thing to do.  I am bottling my IPA today.

denny:

--- Quote from: jeffy on April 20, 2013, 12:10:33 PM ---Anybody on the forum a member of Oregon Brew Crew?  Denny?
We have a throw down between them and my local club, the Tampa Bay Brewing Enthusiasts Enjoying Real Suds (BEERS), to see who can brew the best IPA.
The way it works is they picked a neutral competition, 8 Seconds of Froth in Wyoming, and we each send as many as a dozen IPA entries.  Points go to the club with the most points, assuming at least one of those clubs' entries wins some points.
Later in the year our club will pick a different style and another neutral cometition for the second challenge.
Seems like a fun thing to do.  I am bottling my IPA today.

--- End quote ---

Not me.  They're in PDX, 120 mi. away.  Besides, my club brews WAY better beers!  ;)  But it does sound like a fun challenge.

tschmidlin:
That does sound fun.  Denny, put your money where your mouth is and have your club enter the same competition :)

denny:

--- Quote from: tschmidlin on April 21, 2013, 02:52:08 PM ---That does sound fun.  Denny, put your money where your mouth is and have your club enter the same competition :)

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You obviously don't know my club...but I'll ask around.

klickitat jim:
Not the type A, competitive win or die sort?

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