Discussion in 'Bottle Swaps, Meetups, Competitions and Events.' started by strange-steve, Jul 1, 2019.
My first time, but sign me up.
I've got a mango Lassi kettle sour that will be ready smells amazing in the fv. Pm me your address please Steve.
Can you PM me your address please? Hope you like grapefruit IPA’s, I see I’m the second person going to be entering one this month
That's sounds like the winner.
Haha I do drink like a hipster but my beard is going nowhere near a tub of beard oil, I can assure you.
Sent, I’m unusually well organized this month!
Sent a Grapefruit DIPA. Hope you enjoy.
Think I'm going to hold on right to the last minute. You decided if you are judging on the 3rd or the 10th yet?
On its way, now I'm really not sure if this going to be embarrassment with my humble golden ale, no hop bomb, just English hops.
Sounds good to me. I'm feeling a bit meh about heavily dry hopped beers at the moment but loved drinking a simple golden ale I brewed recently
My kveik pale ale at just 4.1% ABV is on its way today
Pretty sure it'll be the 10th
Perfect. I might be able to get a rhubarb Berliner in time . Even if I miss the judging, I'll get a bottle your way anyway seeing as it's your (tweaked) recipe & method
The second entry has arrived courtesy of @Ray1314
How to you judge multiple beers. Do you judge them all in one night or do you spread it over the course of a few nights. I find when switching beers it has a big impact on the next beers taste compared to tasting fresh as it being your first drink of the night. If that makes sense
Recieved today and it sounds delicious, I love an English golden ale
Entries arrived safely today from @stigman, @SteveH, @-Bezza-, and @dan125 (including the Voss ) bringing the current entries to 7, keep them coming
Yeah I agree, there is a definite impact when judging multiple beers in one sitting. We try to keep the effect to a minimum by using palate cleansers (water, unsalted crackers etc.) and allowing a little time between beers but it'll never be perfect.
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