Sweet Stout, Wood Aged Beer and a Belgian Wit (BJCP 13B, 22C and 16A)
I have an oatmeal milk stout recipe I've been tuning up for a couple of years - quite tasty. It's a high FG stout - It skirts the line between a 13B and 13F. OG was 1075, FG is 1022 - so as heavy as a sweet can get and technically heavy enough to land in Imperial. If I'm feeling like it I might enter in both.
The Wood aged is the same stout but aged on Oak. Added a nice tannic edge to balance the lactose sweetness. Both are quite good bears.
Third is a super basic Belgian Wit. With the crazy hot summer my basement was at the perfect temp for the project. I just wanted to keep my fermenters busy - but it turned out fantastic. Just a bit of clovy/citrus spice. Super drinkable, slightly sweet and gorgeous white foamy head. I figured I would toss some in bottles and enter - what the heck, right?
They all sound great, good luck! I eventually want to enter a contest, but I'm so new into brewing, I'll have to nail one beer first, probably a RIS, because I know I'll continue to make them to always have on hand, and I want them good.