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Offline cytorunner

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2015 Skirmish in the Triad
« on: October 01, 2015, 09:43:30 pm »
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The Battleground Brewers Guild is proud to announce the 2015 Skirmish in the Triad. The competition will take place on Nov 7th at the Hamilton Lake Swim and Tennis Center in Greensboro, NC. This is a BJCP sanctioned event and will cover all 23 BCJP Beer styles along with Ciders and Meads.

We once again excited to partner with Gibb's Hundred Brewing Company for this years Pro Am beer.The winnng entry in Strong Scotoch Ale (9E) will have their recipe (with modification if nessesary) brewed at Gibb's Hundred Brewing Company.

Registration will open September 26th and will close October 23th. Please be sure to sign up to Judge or Steward when you register. No experience is necessary to Steward  but we ask that you have at least Stewarded a Homebrew Competition if you would like to Judge.

The Skirmish in the Triad is a sanctioned BJCP event and uses the 2008 BJCP style guidelines for judging. Entrants may send in an unlimited number of entries but are limited to one entry per sub-category. BBG reserves the right to combine style categories for judging and awards. All of the sub-categories of each category will be judged only with other subcategories of the same category. Categories will not be split among flights.

$7 per entry for all entries.

Entrants may send in an unlimited number of entries but are limited to one entry per sub-category.

Important dates:

    9/25/15 Registration Opens
    10/23/15 Registration Closes at 11:59 EST. Last day for receiving entries at the shipping address and at alternate drop off locations. Last day for completing the payment transactions for entry fees.
    11/7/15 The date of The Skirmish. The competition concludes with an awards ceremony and hand-out of scoresheets.
    11/8/15 Results will be posted on the BBG Website
    11/10/15 Remaining scoresheets will be mailed to entrants.

Two Twelve ounce brown longnecks with plain silver or gold caps are required. The bottles must have no raised markings or labels except the rubber-band attached competition label. Grolsch-type swing tops, growlers, 22 oz. or any other types of bottles are not acceptable. We will be unable to return any bottles or shipping materials.

Thank you for your interest in our Competition. I hope to see you in November.

On Tap: Irish Red
Primary: Brown Porter
Secondary: Nothing