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It's important for both brewers + judges to know what a typical example of a style tastes like.
After a reread, I see it may not just be for the qualified judges... I'll put my name down anyway.

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For BJCP judges only, I presume?
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Not all BJCP styles are readily available in Ireland.
Commercial beers in certain styles are often not authentic, stale, or just never get imported.
It's important for both brewers + judges to know what a typical example of a style tastes like.

The NHC therefore is hosting its first tasting session to calibrate against commercial beers.
There will be 4 or 5 hard-to-find styles sampled - no homebrew! - with notes and discussion of each.
Judges will have time to score each beer if they so choose.
Styles will be announced closer to the time.

The session will take place on Thursday, December 19, at T O'Brennan's, Dublin at 6.30pm.
There is no fee for attending, but numbers are strictly capped due to the amount of beer available.

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If this is successful + people are interested, we'd hope to run future sessions outside Dublin.

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Competitions / Re: National Brewing Championships 2020
« Last post by mick02 on December 09, 2019, 10:53:05 AM »
Can I assume bottle sorting on the 8th March? Dropoff deadline the 1st March?
I'll let you know a bit closer the time but it will be in and around those dates alright.
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cheers! I better clarify, I have no interest in using it for alcohol distillation, it seems like it could be a useful tool to have lying around... €150 is quite steep though so still not decided! ... I wonder how efficient it would be in producing distilled water for diluting the liquor in high mineral water area? It might start to make sense financially if it could be used in different ways!
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