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If you missed Jess Caudill's (from Wyeast) talk on "bugs" as our Educational Speaker you can download the audio here.

The Washington Homebrewers Association believes that a strong cadre of judges (BJCP and otherwise) strengthens the overall brewing community both in competitions and in basic feedback on brewing.  The Judging Committee will be working on programs to help the coordination of bringing more judges into Washington's homebrewing scene as well as programs to help improve the quality of the judging cadre.  This section will be devoted to issues and articles relating to how we will be improving judging capabilities in Washington.

The Washington Homebrewers Association is looking for your tips on how to be a better judge.  To submit your helpful tips on how new and older judges can hone their skills in order to improve their judging capabilities, fill out the form here.  These tips will be compiled and used to create a reference available for all homebrewers.

For information on BJCP Classes, click here.


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1 Sasquatchian Ale BJCP Style Profile Mark Emiley 4999
2 Beer Judging Training-Mar 27th Mark Emiley 7423
3 Judging Process Videos Mark Emiley 5607
4 Dec 11th BJCP Exam Info Mark Emiley 4839
5 Advanced Judging Clinic Mark Emiley 8996
6 October 23rd BJCP Exam Info Mark Emiley 5314
7 BJCP Exam-Yakima, May 7 '11 SteveAntoch 6590
8 Seattle BJCP Exam Scheduled for Sunday, March 21st, 2010 Mark Emiley 6429
9 BJCP Practice Exam - Oct 31st Mark Emiley 6349
10 November 14th BJCP Exam Details Mark Emiley 6357
11 Nov 2009 BJCP Exam & Study Groups Mark Emiley 8643
12 BJCP Exam & Study Groups Mark Emiley 9975
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