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Necropaw
Charter Member
Central WI
608 Posts


And i just remembered that tonight is the monthly meeting for the club i was going to go check out.  thats unfortunately in a different city...I had some other shopping i need to do (and i need an oil change), but i guess i can do that in the other city as well...

Still cant get yeast, though.  Poo.
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Posted 34 days ago.

homebrewdad
Charter Member
Birmingham, AL
2480 Posts


Well, it has been a few days.  So, what the hey... let's add another sponsor, eh?

Lavatools is donating three of their new Javelin PRO digital thermometers as prizes.  

If you win your Division, you're going to have just a silly prize package.
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Posted 34 days ago.

KidMoxie
Charter Member
San Elijo Hills, CA
405 Posts


You really need to look into becoming a professional competition organizer. This is bananas!
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Posted 34 days ago.

homebrewdad
Charter Member
Birmingham, AL
2480 Posts


I am apparently not terrible at convincing companies to donate stuff for prizes.  I wonder if I can convince them to donate stuff to me because I am awesome?

Also... there is actually a package on its way to my house right now from yet another sponsor.  I'm not naming them yet, as I want to properly credit the prize they are donating.  

Bananas may be an apt term.
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Posted 34 days ago.

homebrewdad
Charter Member
Birmingham, AL
2480 Posts


Oh... and remember me wanting to get to $5k in prizes?  If I cheat and claim the value of the medals we're awarding, we're past that.  Of course, I'd like to get there in sponsor prizes alone.

Think we can do it?
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Posted 34 days ago.

vinpaysdoc
Charter Member
High Point, NC
321 Posts


Can always use another digital thermometer. Looks like we're going to have lots of product reviews on site shortly after the competition.
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Posted 34 days ago.

homebrewdad
Charter Member
Birmingham, AL
2480 Posts


So, I told you guys that we weren't done yet...

This afternoon, I received a prize package from Yakima Valley Hops - an assortment of eight different varieties of hops in two ounce baggies (Brewer's Gold, Caliente, Apollo, Huell Melon, Chinook, Columbus, Ella, and Citra), two half pound bags of hops (Hersbrucker and 2015 Galaxy), four Cozies, and a handful of stickers. By my math, that's $44 worth of hops and such, and gives us some fun "random draw" prizes.




Posted 34 days ago.
Edited 34 days ago by homebrewdad

KidMoxie
Charter Member
San Elijo Hills, CA
405 Posts


AKA all the hops we weren't allowed to use in the comp ;)

On Wednesday, August 19, 2015, homebrewdad <listpost@brewunited.com> wrote:
So, I told you guys that we weren't done yet...

This afternoon, I received a prize package from Yakima Valley Hops - an assortment of eight different varieties of hops in two ounce baggies (Brewer's Gold, Caliente, Apollo, Huell Melon, Chinook, Columbus, Ella, and Citra), two half pound bags of hops (Hersbrucker and 2015 Galaxy), four Cozies, and a handful of stickers. By my math, that's $44 worth of hops and such, and gives us some fun "random draw" prizes.


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Posted 34 days ago.

homebrewdad
Charter Member
Birmingham, AL
2480 Posts


You want me to ask if they will swap them for Centennial?




Posted 34 days ago.

KidMoxie
Charter Member
San Elijo Hills, CA
405 Posts


I, for one, actually really like Centennial.

On Wednesday, August 19, 2015, homebrewdad <listpost@brewunited.com> wrote:
You want me to ask if they will swap them for Centennial?


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Posted 34 days ago.

homebrewdad
Charter Member
Birmingham, AL
2480 Posts


I do, too. I love Challenger, and I like Northdown.




Posted 34 days ago.

Necropaw
Charter Member
Central WI
608 Posts


Freaks.




Posted 34 days ago.

chino_brews
Charter Member
Eden Prairie, MN
301 Posts


Is there going to be a 2016 BrewUnited Competition?

How about a comp focused on ale styles that are new to the 2015 BJCP Guidelines, or moved to historical styles? No ingredient restrictions.
  • Commonwealth Category:
    • Australian Sparkling Ale
    • British Golden Ale aka Summer Ale
    • London Brown Ale fka Southern English Brown
  • Continental Category:


    • Grodziskie or Lichtenhainer
    • Gose
    • Roggenbier
  • North American Category:
    • Kentucky Common


    • Pre-Prohibition Lager aka CAP
    • Pre-Prohibition Porter aka Yuengling-style porter aka Pennsylvania porter





Posted 34 days ago.
Edited 34 days ago by chino_brews

KidMoxie
Charter Member
San Elijo Hills, CA
405 Posts


I can really see Homebrewdad putting Roggenbier in here and *not* including Rye as one of the ingredients.




Posted 34 days ago.

testingapril
Charter Member
Atlanta, GA
595 Posts


Nah, you can use Rye, but the grain bill has to be 30% corn and you have to ferment with lager yeast.





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