To thine own self brew
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No, I am wearing jeans this year.
Hi Bribie,Bribie G said:Had to head to the post to avoid the long weekend.
So I just labelled them in the format of (not necessarily entering this style)
B1 8c Extra Special Bitter
B2 8c Extra Special Bitter
2 different entries in the style.
See answer to my previous post - the online entry form has the specific Group and entry number details.Bribie G said:I'm filling out the entry sheet and bottle labels for posting off today.
On the paper entry form two examples are listed.
Checking against the pretty chart on the comp website,
B1 8c Extra Special Bitter no worries
B13 21B Black IPA ... where do you get the 13 from?
Also if, for example I have entered two Extra Special Bitters how do I know which one scored what?
Just rechecked, you did indeed submit your form. I was confused by you using your real name!!Bribie G said:Submitted again, hope it gets through this time. When I did the first online form it thanked me and all good, so don't know what happened there.
Sorry to be a PITA. Can I PM or email someone to edit my paper form to correspond with the online form - when it arrives with the bottles - as they are now out of whack with each other?
There were 7 entries score range 17 - 39 with most in the 30sBribie G said:Thanks Peter, out of interest how did the Australian IPAs stack up, number of entries and range of scores?
Personally I was well pleased with my effort as a drinking beer and it would be great to see a style properly "formalised". Comps such as ESB being the perfect test bed for perfecting the style.
Edit: wouldn't it be great if the State competitions had an Aussie IPA entry, for evaluation, comments and suggestions only at this stage, and judged in the BJCP fashion, but not counting towards any competition wins or scores.