HOMEBREW Digest #5433 Wed 15 October 2008

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  Re: Cold conditioning a Wit (Glyn and Mary)
  Announcing the 7th Annual Walk The Line on Barleywine homebrew (Verizon\)" <Nelson@BuildABeer.org>

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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2008 08:30:19 -0700 (PDT) From: Glyn and Mary <graininfuser at yahoo.com> Subject: Re: Cold conditioning a Wit Why? I think one of the beauties of a wit is you get to start drinking it fast. If the keg/bottles stay in the 'frig to long, you can shake to re-suspend the protein. Glyn So. Middle TN Return to table of contents
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 12:53:37 -0400 From: "Nelson at BuildABeer \(Verizon\)" <Nelson at BuildABeer.org> Subject: Announcing the 7th Annual Walk The Line on Barleywine homebrew Announcing the 7th Annual Walk The Line on Barleywine homebrew competition, hosted by Dunedin Brewers Guild from Dunedin, Florida! WTL has been expanded to include "Imperial" styles, and includes all BJCP Beer style categories (1-23). It is an AHA sanctioned competition. Send in any of your "regular" big beers (Imperial IPA, Imperial Stout, Doppelbock, Belgian Strong, Old Ale, Barleywine, etc.), or enter your Imperial Anything - such as Imperial Pilsner. We are looking for entries, as well as judges to volunteer for this competition. I will post another announcement when we start accepting entries (1 November), as well as a call for judges. Judging will be held on 6 December 2008 (check our web site for details and location), followed by the awards ceremony. Entries will be accepted from 1-28 November 2008 using our online entry system. Winner of the homebrew competition gets a great award! All winners get medals. Each entry costs $6 and consists of two(2) unmarked and unlabelled 10-14oz brown bottles. Entries may be submitted by a single brewer, or by a brewing team. All entries must be homebrewed. In keeping with the Florida Circuit competitions, you may submit a maximum of two entries for each BJCP substyle. For example, you may submit 12 stouts, but only two of each of the stout substyles (dry, sweet, oatmeal, etc.). More info - go to www.DunedinBrewersGuild.com Nelson Crowle Competition Coordinator Nelson at DunedinBrewersGuild.com Nelson at BuildABeer.org Return to table of contents
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