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good luck mate! well done!
Hey Black n Tan,Black n Tan said:No one else has put up their hand as being in the final which seems a little surprising
Hey nice to hear from you Dan. I am sure we will have plenty of time to catch up tomorrow and try each otter's brews. You won't have made Yob any happier with your RIS making the finals. A RIS against a Kolsch, that is interesting, tough job for the judges. Cheers, GrantDan K said:Hey Black n Tan,
I'm in the final mate, RIS, look forward to trying yours and everyone else's beers tomorrow should be an awesome afternoon... You'd have to be the front runner with a score like that mate! Look forward to hearing about how you go about things over a few beers...
Sorry B&T I missed it.Black n Tan said:It will be good to see you there Paul
hope you werent pipped by a single vote....or else I'll feel real bad for not getting done there and voting for you.Black n Tan said:I won my Category (Brewers Choice), but was pipped for Overall winner by a Dark Mild. The Dark Mild was delicious, but a brave choice from the judges to put in Beer Deluxe across the country. I post full results when I get them.
My win was based on the judges award and the overall winner was based on the judges votes also, not the peoples, which I think it fair. The People's Choice has more to do with how many mates you bring. It was awarded to Aaron from Melbourne for his IPA. I must have been close. I think if you take away the home-ground advantage then the People Choice would have been given to Glen's Blood Orange IPA from Sydney, it scored well and it was bloody beautiful.GrumpyPaul said:hope you werent pipped by a single vote....or else I'll feel real bad for not getting done there and voting for you.
Sorry Aaron, no offence intended. Congratulations.baron said:Yep i took out the peoples choice. Im from geelong not melbourne and only had 4 friends in attendance. So no advantage there. I also placed 2nd overall in the IPA category for the final.