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Offline denny

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Experimental Brewing 138 - All the News Fit to Drink
« on: September 23, 2021, 01:39:13 pm »

Lawsuits, awards and beer, oh my! We look at who's won awards at the GABF and talk about the world of seltzers and lawsuits before digging into a new experimental way of preparing hops and fake styles! Oh and people have feelings about brew bags and all in one systems and using computers for the BJCP!
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Re: Experimental Brewing 138 - All the News Fit to Drink
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2021, 01:42:42 pm »
Already listened to this one and I'm with Drew (and you) about the BJCP thing. I'd much rather type and honestly the exam could still be proctored. I don't know all the judges, obviously, but I can think of any that would cheat in order to get a National or Master score. The ones I know at those ranks really demonstrate that they know their beer. So, what good would cheating get you there?

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