Sun, Jun 14 | Versailles Poultry Days

Poultry and Pints Home-Brew Competition

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Poultry and Pints Home-Brew Competition

Time & Location

Jun 14, 2020, 3:30 PM
Versailles Poultry Days, Versailles, OH, USA

About the Event

The Midwestern Ohio Brewing Society (MOBS) in collaboration with Poultry Days is hosting a homebrew competition.  Poultry and Pints is a BJCP sanctioned homebrew competition.

Judging:

  • Will begin Sunday June 16, 2018 at noon near the social tent.
  • Winners will be announced at 3:30 pm near the social tent.

Entry:

  • We will be accepting 30 entries.
  • Each person is allowed only 1 entry per subcategory with a maximum of 2 total entries.
  • Each entry is $10 each. Click here to enter.

Deadlines:

  • The entry registration window will end June 5, 2019.
  • Judges may register until June 9, 2019.
  • All entries must be received by end of day June 9, 2019.
  • Entry delivery and/or drop off instructions will be given upon registration.

Entry Requirements:

  • All  entries must be handcrafted products, containing ingredients available to the general public, and  made using private equipment by hobbyist brewers (i.e., no use of commercial facilities or Brew on Premises operations, supplies, etc.).
  • Two bottles  are required to enter. To help ensure judging can be kept blind bottles must meet the following requirements:

To help ensure judging can be kept blind bottles must meet the following requirements:

= 10-14 Fl oz brown bottles

= No labels or otherwise distinguishing markings

= No Marks on caps may be crossed out with black permanent marker

= Must be sealed with a crown cap or corked and caged.  Flip top and screw cap bottles will not be accepted.

= ID forms must be attached to bottle with a rubber band only

= Drop off and shipping addresses are available on the registration site

= All entries must be received by end of day June 9, 2019

Judges Wanted: We are currently seeking additional judges with preference towards BJCP ranked or otherwise qualified judges.  Judges will receive a chicken dinner along with a goody bag.  If you are willing and able to judge, Click here

Awards: Plaques will be given for 1st place and Best of Show.  Ribbons will be given for 2nd and 3rd places. As a special prize, the winner of Best of Show will have the opportunity to brew their recipe at Endless Pint Brewing in Versailles, OH.*

To ensure that Best of Show winner will be able to brew their recipe at Endless Pint Brewing, we are limiting the categories we are accepting.  We decided on this route instead of having the possibility of having to pick an entry other than Best of Show for this opportunity.  The list of accepted categories will be listed below.  The base beer of any entries in category 29, Fruit Beer, and 30A, Spiced, Herb, and Vegetable Beer, must be a style that is listed as an accepted style.

Questions: If you have any questions please contact Justin at jvbergman1@gmail.com.

* If BOS winner chooses to take advantage of this opportunity, the final recipe used at Endless Pint may be dependent on ingredient availability and price.  Please attempt to be conscious of this fact when choosing hop varieties and other ingredients that may not be readily available or exceedingly expensive on a pro scale.  Best efforts will be made to stay true to the original beer.  The winner will not receive any monetary compensation from the sale of the beer.

Entrants and volunteers release and hold harmless the Midwestern Ohio Brewing Society (MOBS) and Versailles Poultry Days, Inc., its members, volunteers, and agents from any and all property damage, theft, and/or loss resulting and any claims or actions arising from participation as an entrant/volunteer in Poultry and Pints.  Entrant/volunteer agrees to comply with all rules and regulations. Entrants may be photographed or filmed and these images may be used for promotional purposes.

1. STANDARD AMERICAN BEER

D. American Wheat Beer

10. GERMAN WHEAT BEER

A.   Weizen/Weissbier

B.   Dunkels Weissbier

C.   Weizenbock

11. ENGLISH PALE ALE

A.   Ordinary Bitter

B.   Best Bitter

C.   Strong Bitter 

13. ENGLISH BROWN BEER

A.   Dark Mild

B.   English Brown Ale

C.   EnglishBrown Porter

14. SCOTTISH ALE

A.   Scottish Light

B.   Scottish Heavy

C.   Scottish Export

15. IRISH BEER

A.   Irish Red Ale

B.   Irish Stout

C.   Irish Extra Stout

16. DARK BRITISH BEER

A.   Sweet Stout

B.   Oatmeal Stout

C.   Tropical Stout

D.   Foreign Extra Stout

17. STRONG BRITISH ALE

A.   English Strong Ale

C.   Wee Heavy

D.   English Barleywine

18. PALE AMERICAN BEER

A.   Blonde Ale

B.   American Pale Ale

19. DARK AMERICAN BEER

A.   American Amber Ale

C.   American Brown Ale

20. AMERICAN PORTER AND STOUT

A. American   Porter

B.   American Stout

C.   Imperial Stout

21. IPA

A.   American IPA

B.   Specialty IPA

Specialty   IPA: Belgian IPA

Specialty   IPA: Black IPA

Specialty   IPA: Brown IPA

Specialty   IPA: Red IPA

Specialty   IPA: Rye IPA

Specialty   IPA: White IPA

22. STRONG AMERICAN ALE

C.   Double IPA

B.   American Strong Ale

C.   American Barleywine

D.   Wheatwine

24. BELGIAN ALE

A.   Witbier

B.   Belgian Pale Ale

25. STRONG BELGIAN ALE

A.   Belgian Blond Ale

B.   Saison  (Standard)

C.   Belgian Golden Strong Ale

26. TRAPPIST ALE

C.   Belgian Single

B.   Belgian Dubbel

C.   Belgian Tripel

D.   Belgian Dark Strong Ale

27. HISTORICAL BEER

Historical   Beer: Kentucky Common

Historical   Beer: Piwo Grodziskie

Historical   Beer: Roggenbier

29. FRUIT BEER

A.   Fruit Beer

B.   Fruit and pice Beer

C.   Specialty Fruit Beer

30. SPICED BEER

A.   Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer

BJCP: https://www.bjcp.org/ Reggie Beer: https://reggiebeer.com/ReggieEntry.php?CompetitionID=AVDSVL1000442  

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