The wait is over! National Homebrew Competition 2013 First Round results are now available. Eleven competition centers across the U.S. evaluated hundreds of homebrewed entries throughout the month of April, sending the top three submissions for each style category to the Final Round judging at the 2013 National Homebrewers Conference in Philadelphia, Penn. on June 27. First round entrants can log in to their regional judging center’s competition website to view scores in the “My Info and Entries” page.
Congratulations to all who advanced to the Final Round judging! Further information regarding procedures for submitting Final Round entries will be provided on the National Homebrew Competition page.
Thank you to everyone who entered, organized, judged, stewarded and volunteered during the First Round this year. The world’s largest homebrew competition would not be possible without the passion and determination of the homebrew community.
About the National Homebrew Competition
The National Homebrew Competition (NHC) is the world’s largest international beer competition recognizing the most outstanding homebrewed beer, mead, and cider produced by amateur brewers worldwide.
The First Round of the NHC takes place at 11 judging locations across the U.S. in April. The best of the beer, mead, and cider entries in the first round competitions advances to the Final Round of the competition at the AHA National Homebrewers Conference. Competition winners receive gold, silver or bronze medals in 28 style categories.