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Old 02-26-2008, 10:53 PM   #1
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Default 2008 NHC Comp - who is entering?

OK, the NHC regionals are right around the corner. Who is entering?

I am sending in :

Russian Imperial Stout
American Barleywine
Belgium Pale
Saison
Roast Chile Belgium Pale
Raspberry RIS

and maybe a Imperial IPA

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Old 02-26-2008, 10:56 PM   #3
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Gotta send in Dark Paradise. Maybe SMaSH. Maybe SBJPA. Definitely Rochefort Tripel. Yeah, why not!?

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I'm sending in my 80/- Scottish, my Pale Ale, and some Barleywine. I'll see if anything else is up to snuff before the deadline.

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Old 02-27-2008, 01:03 AM   #5
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If I can get them carbed and bottled in time I'd like to send my current IPA and Hefe creations. Just looking to get some feed back on my brews.

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Old Ale - it is not quite what I wanted, but I could use the feedback
Robust Porter
Scottish 80/-
Southern Brown
possibly an APA if I get to it.

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I'm going to take feedback on the comp I just entered.

I'll probably enter the Am. Brown Ale regardless, though.

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Hadn't thought of it before now, but perhaps I'll enter my Vienna Lager... I didn't particularly care for it (I think I just don't care for the style in general), but everyone else who drank it loved it. From a technical standpoint, it's definitely one of my better beers.

I just hope it isn't past it's peak! I brewed it in August of last year and have been lagering it at around 34 deg. F. ever since. It tastes good now (yes, I'm contradicting myself), but I wonder how long it will continue to taste this way.

Any thoughts?

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I'll see what I have around when the time is up. I may enter if I can drop it off locally. Don't think I want to ship the beer.

Is there some official site for that?

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I'll see what I have around when the time is up. I may enter if I can drop it off locally. Don't think I want to ship the beer.

Is there some official site for that?

Kai

There is a map showing all the locations for entries in this month's Zymurgy, page 22, your region would be in Philly. Can't seem to find it online.

I am thinking about submitting a few.
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