I was about to enter a beer into a competition and while I had it listed as a Belgian dubbel on beersmith I am fully aware that it does not completely fit the bill. I followed a normal Belgian dubbel grain bill, but I substituted half a lb of candi sugar with Steen's molasses (it’s a Louisiana molasses). I did not have the liquid candi like I wanted so I already knew that the big raisin flavor typical of say Chimay wouldn't be there anyway. I was about to enter it into a comp and decided that maybe I should enter it as a Belgian specialty instead since the big raisin flavor was absent, it isn’t quite as dry as a typical dubbel, and it would likely not win in the dubbel category even though it's a good beer. Problem is if I enter it into the specialty cat it asks for a commercial example and there are none. So should I keep it as a dubbel or enter it as a specialty and list none in the commercial example space?
Thanks in advance