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Hi MartinOC,VicBrew is only 3+ weeks away and we still need judges and stewards. We hope you're able to JUDGE and/or STEWARD at VicBrew 2019.
To register your interest (or let us know if you can't make it this year), please fill out the form located here https://forms.gle/uvk8rhvZqNQaM6UY7 with your details and preferences.
This year the judging will be on the weekend of the 14th and 15th of September at the Belgian Beer Cafe Eureka, 5 Riverside Quay, Southbank Melbourne, Melways 2F E7. Located about 5 minutes walk from Flinders St Station across the Evan-Walker bridge, this is a BJCP-registered competition and all judges are welcome.
Why volunteer at VicBrew?
Starting and finishing times for Saturday and Sunday are expected to be 9.00 am to 5:00 pm with judging organised in two sessions.
- Evaluate some of the best beer in the state in Australia's biggest homebrewing competition.
- Hone your judging skills by judging alongside highly experienced beer judges.
- Earn BJCP points.
- Free lunch provided for all volunteers.
- Novice judges and stewards are welcome, with on-the-job training provided.
- A great range of Belgian beers and craft brews in the Eureka bar.
We encourage you to pass this message along to any of your friends or acquaintances who might be interested in judging or stewarding. If you have questions, feel free to email email@example.com
Thanks for your assistance,
the VicBrew 2019 committee
PS. & NB!!!!!!!:
You can post your entries to any of the entry points except Greensborough Home Brewing (Dave has decided to take a couple of weeks off, so anything that's not there by COB tomorrow won't get collected). You can still get them to other collection points without a problem by the "official" pick-up date of 31/8/19.
If it's already in the bottle (or you can get it in the bottle) & get it to one of the collection points before the 31st, you can still enter the beer into Compmaster now. Remember, it won't be judged until mid September.Thanks,
Thought I could of squeezed in another entry!!
Thanks Martin. It's entry #314. Forgot to include base beer style (imperial stout) and speciality wood aging details (aged in a Tasmanian whisky barrel). Really appreciate it. CheersHi AJ,
I've got Admin access to Compmaster. What's the problem? I should be able to fix it for you (or check that it's already been fixed).
MigiHi guys. First time I'm participating in a brew competition. Just curious how the process is. The judges taste and decide the winners during the competition (this weekend) and it's announced the same day? The participants should be there in some moment during the weekend? Not sure if there is a time for each category.
Sorry, mate. Didn't get a notification of your post & just picked-up on it manually now.Still waiting on a response to the form Martin. Shall I still be relaxing with a homebrew?