We don’t usually have an August business meeting, but because we have moved the club picnic to September 16th, we decided to sneak one in.
Saturday 1pm at the House of Homebrew
See you there.
Our June 3rd meeting will be at 1 p.m. upstairs at The Titletown Brewing Depot.
The ingredient of the month is honey, so bring your honeyed brews and meads to share.
It would appear that I have jumped the gun on reporting that the score sheets are all up and ready for everyone. When the Contest Coordinator is finished with all of the them, and there were a lot, I will put the directions and links back up here.
Sorry for any confusion this may have caused.
Thanks to all who entered. We had a great competition this year. Hope to see your entries in next years competition.
Congratulations to all the winners!
There were 120 entries judged and 61 registered participants, judges, and stewards.
Best of Show – Beer
Table 1: Light & Golden Ales Lagers (11 entries)
Table 2: Mild Amber/Brown/Dark Beers (20 entries)
Table 3: Porter & Stout (12 entries)
Table 4: Hop-forward Pale Ales (21 entries)
Table 5: Wheat/Rye/Other Grain Beers (7 entries)
Table 6: Strong Beers (15 entries)
Table 7: Belgian & French Ales (11 entries)
Table 8: Fruit/Spice/Veg/Herb beers (14 entries)
Table 9: Specialty Beers (3 entries)
Table 10: Sour Beers (3 entries)
Table 11: Rackers Annual Challenge (4 entries)
Here’s a note from the prez.
Green Bay Rackers voted Best Homebrew by Roar Off The Shore attendees!
Had a great time at the Roar again this year. There was a big turn out, sounds like almost 1,000 people attended this year.
Theresa brought a tasty peach apricot chardonnay. Fred brought his awesome IPA. Dan brought a wonderful london porter. Damian brought a delicious schwarzbier.
Hope those that didn’t attend this year can make it to the next one.