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Written by Dr Decoctor   
Sunday, 26 April 2009 04:37

Here are the Results of the Washington Mead & Cider Cup 2009

 

Washington Mead & Cider Cup! 2009
Best of Show Primetime Cider Jeff Carlson 27 a Common Cider
Best of Meads
1st E.S.Braggot Tim Hayner 26 b Braggot
2nd Westside Cyser Jeff Carlson 25 a Cyser
3rd Dry Mead Tim Hayner 24 a Traditional Dry Mead
Best of Ciders/Perrys
1st Primetime Cider Jeff Carlson 27 a Common Cider
2nd Chelan County Cider Dean Priebe 28 d Specialty Cider
3rd Gutzwiller Gary Awdey 27 e Traditional Perry

 

Washington Mead & Cider Cup! 2009
Flights
Traditional Mead
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 Dry Mead Hayner Tim Traditional Dry Mead
2 Holiday  Mead Muller Nate Traditional semi-sweet mead
3 Forget Mead Not O'Keefe Kevin Traditional semi-sweet mead
Sweet Mead Hayner Tim Traditional Sweet Mead
Sweet Mead Bright Karl Traditional Sweet Mead
Dry Mead Bright Karl Traditional Dry Mead
Pledge Pin Milnes Steve Traditional Sweet Mead
Melomel
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 Sideshow Mel O'Keefe Kevin Melomel
2 Westside Cyser Carlson Jeff Cyser
3 Raspberry Bliss Shafer Alex Melomel
Smunky the Rhubarb Mead Sheafor-Joy Alison Melomel
Rush Chairman Milnes Steve Melomel
Raspberry Melomel Hayner Tim Melomel
Blackberry Melomel Bright Karl Melomel
Other Mead
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 E.S.Braggot Hayner Tim Braggot
2 Ginger Mead Shafer Alex Metheglin
3 Orange Blossom Honey Wheat Spratt David Braggot
Common & English Cider
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 Primetime Cider Carlson Jeff Common Cider
2 Kazakh Cider Awdey Gary Common Cider
3 Rock Ridge Cider Hayner Tim Common Cider
Apple Cider Hazen Tim Common Cider
Apple Crisp O'Keefe Kevin Common Cider
Rock Ridge Blend Hayner Tim Common Cider
Apple Capital Cider Priebe Dean Common Cider
Sweet English Draught Cider Awdey Gary English Cider
Perry
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 Gutzwiller Awdey Gary Traditional Perry
2 Medium Sweet Perry Awdey Gary Common Perry
Fruit Cider
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 Peach Ridge Carlson Jeff Fruit Cider
2 Wenatchee's Pride Priebe Dean Fruit Cider
Pomegranate Cider Muller Nate Fruit Cider
Spotted Dick Edwards Eddie Fruit Cider
Apple Wine & Other Specialty Cider or Perry
Flight Brewer
Placement Entry Name Last Name First Name  
1 Chelan County Cider Priebe Dean Specialty Cider
2 Westside Atomic Carlson Jeff Specialty Cider
3 Apple Wine Lenfesty Colin Apple Wine

 

Judging for the 2009 Washington Mead & Cider Cup will be held on Saturday August 15th, 2009 at Larry's Brewing Supply, 7405 South 212th Street, Suite 103, Kent, WA  98032.  All Meads, Ciders, and Perrys will be accepted as defined by the 2008 BJCP Guidelines for categories 24 - 28.  (2) 10-12 oz plain brown, green or clear bottles with unmarked caps will be required.  Alternatively, (1) 22 oz bottle or (1) 750 mm capped or cork finished bottle may be submitted.  Cork finished petillant and sparkling entries should have a crown cap or wire cage as well.  Entries of (1) 10-12 oz bottle will be accepted, but may not be advanced to the BOS judging if sufficient sample is not available.  Each bottle will require a bottle label to be attached by rubber band; Do Not Use Tape.

Bottle labels are available at http://www.bjcp.org/docs/SCP_BottleID.pdf.  Each entry will require an entry/recipe form available at: http://www.bjcp.org/docs/SCP_EntryRecipe.pdf.

Each  entrant should review the 2008 BJCP style guidelines available at  http://www.bjcp.org/stylecenter.php to determine the appropriate category in which to enter their mead, cider or perry.  Default evaluation for undesignated elements will be as defined by the BJCP guidelines for mead & cider.  Entries will not be recategorized by the judges.

The carbonation and sweetness of each entry MUST be specified.  The Strength of mead entries MUST be specified.  The variety of honey or fruit MAY be specified.  Entries in category 25C should specify the variety of fruit used.  Entries in category 26A should specify the spice(s) used.  Entries in category 26C must specify the specialty nature of the entry. If spices are used in conjunction with other ingredients such as fruit, cider, or other fermentables, then the mead should be entered in category 26C.  Entries in category 28D must specify the spices used or specialty nature of they entry.

Drop off and shipped entries will be accepted at Larry's Brewing Supply from July 27th to August 12th, 2009 at the address above.  Each entry fee is $7.00.  Checks should be made payable to "Larry's Brewing Supply".  This competition will be a BJCP/AHA sanctioned event.

Any questions should be directed to the competition director, Tim Hayner at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Additional info is available at http://www.impalingalers.org/ and  .

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