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Old 03-27-2011, 01:14 AM   #721
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To my understanding, all stouts are grouped together, and go in order of listing of sub-styles in the flight. So the Imperial Stouts are done last so as to not overwhelm the pallet for the lower gravity stouts.
You are correct.
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Old 03-27-2011, 01:18 AM   #722
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There were a number of really good beers in the east, but as with any competition, there were also a fair share of not so good ones.

We understand that everyone is excited to find out how they did, but there are still some things to hash out before we can determine all of the beers that are advancing to the 2nd round.
Thanks for all of the work that you guys have done and continue to do. I know how exhausted I was when I merely stewarded a comp. I can imagine you guys are whooped right now.
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Old 03-27-2011, 01:23 AM   #723
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That's pretty clever, actually!

Ok, here's my preliminary work. These entries advance:

Categories 1-5:

Category 8:
none. Only one scored high enough to advance, so it's first place.
155/8B
Hey Lorena, I'm a little confused. You say none for category 8, but then list my entry. Does it advance or was the score too low? Thanks again for all the work you've put into the coordination of this!
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Old 03-27-2011, 01:23 AM   #724
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My kudos to all that helped from Yooper in the front to OB, JO, etc.

Hopefully there were enough good beers to enjoy the judging.

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Old 03-27-2011, 01:25 AM   #725
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So far I have one that made the list Yooper put up and one that missed. Interestingly... the one that made it was an extra entry I did later on a whim (and a challange from another brewer ) and the one that missed it was my beer that finished 2nd in the BOS round last year. But I knew that batch wasn't quite up to snuff.

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Old 03-27-2011, 01:25 AM   #726
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Category 12
358/12A (This was one of the highest scores of the day!)
60/12A
424/12B
404/ 12B

Category 13

354/13F (Another high score- 44!)
9/13F
86/13B
302/13F

Category 14
405/14B (These top two were the highest scores of the competition- 45 and 46!)
313/14B
367/14C
76/14B
26/14B
424/14B
36/14B

Category 15
400/15A
181/15B
379/15D
163/15C

Category 16
401/16E
326/16C
343/16C
183/16e
101/16e

Category 17
None. Scored at the site for place

Category 18
319/18C
392/18D
417/18E
151/18B

Category 19
407/19A
428/19A
200/19C
96/19A

Category 20
304/20
369/20
414/20

Category 21
341/21
314/21
119/21
324/21
154/21
150/21

Category 22
315/22c
376/22c
143/22c
356/22c
51/22c
192/22B

Category 23
387/23
106/23
92/23
162/23
309/23
411/23

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Old 03-27-2011, 01:25 AM   #727
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Hey Lorena, I'm a little confused. You say none for category 8, but then list my entry. Does it advance or was the score too low? Thanks again for all the work you've put into the coordination of this!
I'd guess that it means there was none from the west and you from the east...so you win!
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Old 03-27-2011, 01:26 AM   #728
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Hey Lorena, I'm a little confused. You say none for category 8, but then list my entry. Does it advance or was the score too low? Thanks again for all the work you've put into the coordination of this!
It didn't advance, because there is no other entry to judge it against that scored high enough. It scored ok, and won the 8 category, but didn't advance to the BOS. (It got a 35.5).
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Old 03-27-2011, 01:28 AM   #729
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Well I guess I can't drink my extra bottle of porter! I'll drink my lowly stout in celebration

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Old 03-27-2011, 01:31 AM   #730
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Yesssss!

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