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Old 10-04-2012, 08:01 PM   #11
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Looks like they're planning to release results today! http://www.facebook.com/NCBrewersCup

I've got a best bitter, a strong belgian golden, and a pale ale awaiting their fate...

Good luck, everyone!

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Old 10-05-2012, 01:08 AM   #12
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screw pabst blue ribbon i can make a blue ribbon beer 1st in one category and 3rd in another. http://ncbrewerscup.org/2012-awards/

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Old 10-05-2012, 02:07 AM   #13
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Looks like they're planning to release results today! http://www.facebook.com/NCBrewersCup

I've got a best bitter, a strong belgian golden, and a pale ale awaiting their fate...

Good luck, everyone!
Very cool, Front street from Wilmington won best in show. Anybody know any brewers?
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Old 10-05-2012, 02:30 PM   #14
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Results!

CLASS 206: ENGLISH PALE ALE
3. Paul Hobson – Standard Ordinary Bitter (8A, 206, AB-00006)

CLASS 214: BELGIAN STRONG ALE
Honorable Mention Paul Hobson – Belgian Golden Strong Ale (18D, 214, AB-00014)

My husband was the lead brewer, I am his assistant/equipment & supplies manager. We're pretty thrilled, honestly. Both of us are dying to see if there are any notes.

Also so happy for Chris Creech's best in show--truly one of the nicest guys in the beer community. That guy makes phenomenal beer and writes a great blog too: http://www.nchomebrewing.com/

Anyone else doing Brew Durham/Piedmont/Homebrews for Hunger in the coming weeks?

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Old 10-06-2012, 03:06 AM   #15
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Results!

CLASS 206: ENGLISH PALE ALE
3. Paul Hobson – Standard Ordinary Bitter (8A, 206, AB-00006)

CLASS 214: BELGIAN STRONG ALE
Honorable Mention Paul Hobson – Belgian Golden Strong Ale (18D, 214, AB-00014)

My husband was the lead brewer, I am his assistant/equipment & supplies manager. We're pretty thrilled, honestly. Both of us are dying to see if there are any notes.

Also so happy for Chris Creech's best in show--truly one of the nicest guys in the beer community. That guy makes phenomenal beer and writes a great blog too: http://www.nchomebrewing.com/

Anyone else doing Brew Durham/Piedmont/Homebrews for Hunger in the coming weeks?
Awesome! Way to go. Now you need to share those recipes Mrs. Cobrewer!
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Old 10-06-2012, 04:48 PM   #16
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@citra, yes, my buddy and I are bringing 20 gallons to home brew for hunger. In fact I have a sahti inspired ale with juniper berries bubbling away right now. You going too?

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Old 10-06-2012, 05:23 PM   #17
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That's pretty awesome--congrats, you guys. I guess with 144 entries it had to be some pretty stellar beer.

I would also love to see a feedback sheet, but I guess that's also what the Piedmont is for.

*kicks dirt* I lost 3 bottles of imperial stout to those judges...

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CLASS 215: SMOKE-FLAVORED & WOOD-AGED BEER

Neil White & Siegfried Johnson – Godswood Bourbon Oak Porter Wood Aged Beer (22C, 215, AB-00015)
Mathew Ledbetter – Ghost Ship Whiskey Stout Wood-Aged Beer (22C, 215, AB-00015)
Christopher Eure – Other Smoked Beer – smoked porter (22 B, 215, AB-00015)

I'll take second place for my first entry. I didn't get to enter my Kolsch, but This whiskey stout I helped my brother and I made was VERY good. Also, a good friend of mine made 1st! I'm always happy to see a friend do better than me

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I would also love to see a feedback sheet, but I guess that's also what the Piedmont is for.
You really think we want get any BJCP score sheets that's why I paid to enter.
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@citra, yes, my buddy and I are bringing 20 gallons to home brew for hunger. In fact I have a sahti inspired ale with juniper berries bubbling away right now. You going too?
20 gallons--nice! I like DH's sahti so much more than I ever thought I would. Can't wait to try it and say hi!

We're bringing 10 gallons--that is all we're really set up to serve, we have a 2 keg portable system. Brewed a breakfast stout yesterday, and I'm thinking we will brew our (award-winning, ahem) original bitter too.

Congrats to all winners of the BC--I am also hoping we get BJCP notes, but not holding my breath.
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