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2012 Season Bert Grant Competition Details PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Mark Emiley   
Thursday, 03 January 2013 15:44

For the brewers who qualified for the Bert Grant Award Competition, here are the competition details:

The purpose of this competition is to find the Best of Show from the Best of Shows. Qualified entrants are allowed to submit ANY of their beers for the competition (it does not need to be the one that placed in the BOS, but that may be a good indicator of their best beer). So, obviously rebrews of your beers are allowed. They can enter in any BJCP style that they want. This does include meads and ciders. The beers will be evaluated in a BOS round format to BJCP guidelines by a panel of judges selected by the WAHA Judge Committee Chair (Jerome Seipp). We are planning to announce the winner in March.

For each placement in a BOS round, the qualified brewers are allowed one entry (up to 3 entries max per person for all qualifications). See the list below for how many entries individuals are qualified for.

Entries Qualified:

Jiri Zatloukal - 2 entries
Craig Chapman - 1 entry
Brian Tetrault - 1 entry
Roger Kee - 1 entry
Will Fredin - 1 entry
Nathaniel McLaughlin - 1 entry
Jonathan Permen - 2 entries
Brian Searfass - 1 entry
Jeremy Allison - 1 entry
Todd Quessenberry - 1 entry
Nic Templeton - 1 entry
Mark Craig-Davenport - 1 entry
Doug Fielding - 1 entry
Mark Tanner - 3 entries

Here are the competition details:

Bert Grant Competition
Competition Date: Feb 16th, 9:00 am
Entries Due: Feb 13th
Mailing/Drop Location:
   Larrys Brewing Supply,
   c/o Bert Grant Competition
   7405 S. 212th St. #103
   Kent, WA 98032 (253)-872-6846
Entry Fee: $8 per entry, checks made out to BEWBC / WAHA
Bottles / entry forms:

In addition to the BOS judging, like previous years we will have other BJCP judges evaluate your beers in a normal competition format and fill out electronic score sheets that will be e-mailed to you within a day (more than likely, the day of the competition).  This is one of the fastest turn-arounds that you will ever get!

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