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Midlands Brewers Present “Lazy Summer Dayz” Summer session style Home-Brew Competition

Midlands Brewers are proud to announce the Midlands 4th Annual Home-Brew Competition in Conjunction with Wide Street Brewing and The Homebrew Company

The focus of this competition will be to brew a summer seasonable beer so therefore is a fairly open competition. This will NOT be judged on BJCP guidelines, basically the nicest beer to drink in the judge’s opinions wins, Suggested styles below

Session IPA
American Pale Ale
Belgian Wit
Belgian Pale Ale
German Wheat Beer
Mixed Fermentation Session

Closing date: 18-05-2019
Judging date: 25-05-2019 @ Dead centre Brewing Taproom, Athlone

Entry fee will be €5 per entry
2 X 330ml bottles or 2 X 500ml bottles will be accepted

Entries limited to 50 and 1 per brewer

1st Prize: Brew winning recipe with Wide Street Brewing on pilot kit, Wide Street Brewing Hat & T Shirt , €75 Homebrew Company voucher, 25KG Brewing Grain

2nd Prize: Wide Street Brewing Hat, €50 Homebrew Company voucher, 25KG Brewing Grain

3rd Prize: Wide Street Brewing T-Shirt, €25 Homebrew Company voucher, 25KG Brewing Grain

Drop points accepting bottles from March 1st at the following locations:

Wide Street Brewing Company, Athlone Road, Ballymahon, Co. Longford

The Homebrew Company, 12A, Bay Road Business Park, Bay Rd, Townparks, Mountmellick, Co. Laois, R32 CC85

Dead Centre Brewing, Custume Pier, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, N37 N1F2

For Dublin drop offs please DM Jonnycheech

Entry Form

I will also accept entries at the National's judging day

 Whilst it's not BJCP the judges will still have a score sheet with feedback.

Hey Folks, only 9 weeks to go for closing date for entries. Can you please fill out the entry form as soon as you can. This will help us greatly on trying to plan for the judging day.

I guess that lot of people still have beer in fermenters (or 2-3) they need to choose one and hard to answer in form for questions about  ABV or ingrediends.

It’s a pity your not doing it to BJCP standards, the process although not perfect on score sheet gives plenty of feedback to brewers and there’s always judges looking for points.

Might there be a bottle collection from Dublin by any chance?   :blank:

Also would a micro IPA enterable under session IPA???


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