I would err on the side of Braggot, but remember that you MUST specify carb level, strength and sweetness if you enter it as that.
For it to do well in competition as a braggot, it needs to have both the characteristics of mead and beer. Be sure to note the base beer style and honey variety so the judges know what to expect.
BJCP National Beer JudgeOn deck:
German Pilsner, CAP, Golden StrongFermenting: MOVINGSouring:
#32 Lambic 2.0, #49 Lambic 3.0, #60 3763 Flanders Brown, #61 WLP665 Flanders BrownConditioning:
#38 Golden Sour, #58 Hooch Cider, #79 Dopplebock, #84 Amy CiderDrinkin': #16 Lambic 1.0 (Drunk Monk BOS)
, #84 Fall Cider