I'm sure Westgate will allow you to mail an entry to one of their members - or just send it to Grain and Grape.I would really like to enter this comp but I have no way of getting my beer there.
Manticle,Ferg: When will you finalise judging and stewarding?
Only reason I ask is because I could enter all 3 categories but if asked to judge or steward one of them, I won't (1 entry can possibly fit two styles so will still enter the beer - just depends on where.)
@Cambrew: If you mail it in time, clearly label it and include the entry fee, I reckon you'd be fine. I've mailed beers all over the country and all have shown up at the required destination. Just do it ahead of schedule so the beer has time to settle after being shaken around (unless it's bottled from keg etc).
Thanks Wolfy...I'm sure Westgate will allow you to mail an entry to one of their members - or just send it to Grain and Grape.
We (Melbourne Brewers) had one mail-in-entry for our recent British Ales comp was no problem.
Since entries close -for most all comps- 1 week before the competition, it gives the beer ample time to settle.
its also on the website, the link is fixed nowJust a heads up for the day time crew.....
Entry form is on lower part of page one of this thread ...
No bloke, just have it in by the due time..which off the top of my head is 12.30 pm !Do I need to pre-register if I'm dropping off on the day?