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Old 08-03-2010, 12:20 PM   #1
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http://www.gnarlybarleybrewfest.com/...mpetition.html

Anybody else get into this? I entered 6 beers since unlimited was only $10. 3 have a legit chance of placing, 3 are experimental. Not sure if we'll be able to make it to FOCO for the festival this weekend though.

Have one entry going to the CO state fair as well.......then I'll be done for the year......running out of entries anyway since I've started kegging! been too lazy to bottle 6-12 of the kegged batches.
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Old 08-05-2010, 11:43 PM   #2
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I entered a Scottish 70/-. It was my first entry to a comp. I am hoping they send me a copy of the judges comments.

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Old 08-06-2010, 02:47 AM   #3
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Good luck Capt....I entered a light Scottish as well. I am sure they will send out score sheets.

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Old 08-10-2010, 02:24 AM   #4
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I sent in two beers. One didn't make it. I hope to see the results for the other one soon.

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Old 08-11-2010, 03:36 PM   #5
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I have a friend who lives in the area. They went and said my name did not appear anywhere, but I am looking forward to receiving the judges feedback soon.

I have been checking the website, but no results posted as of yet.

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Old 08-26-2010, 06:51 PM   #6
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They said they will be sending out the judges scorecards today. Here are the results.

Gnarly Barley Homebrew Competition Results 2010
Best of Show
1st Place – “Re-Porter” by Amy & Justin Reisetter Gentry
2nd Place – “Greatest American Beer-O” by Robert Keas
3rd Place – “My English Barleywine” by Chris Chrisman

Standing Ovations 1st Time Competitior Award
Matt Malloy

Best Name
“Horny Hausfrau Hefeweizen” by Adam Brenneis

Steward’s Choice
“Key Lime Cream Ale” by Randy Walsh

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Old 08-26-2010, 06:53 PM   #7
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Table 1 - Lager
Dennis Richards
2B
Bohemian Pilsner
1
Czech Pils
Jim Maurer
2C
Classic American Pilsner
2
True Grit Pilsner
Paul Davis
2B
Bohemian Pilsner
3
Bohemian Pilsner

Table 2 - Lager2
Robert Cloutier
5A
Maibock
1
Ded Bob
Greg Geiger
5D
Eisbock
2
Debockery
Michael Myers
3A
Vienna Lager
3
Vienna Lager

Table 3 - Hybrid
Paul Davis
6C
Koelsch
1
SummerAle II
Greg Geiger
7C
Dusseldorf Altbier
2
Geigers Sticke Altbier
Mike Bordick
6A
Cream Ale
3
Rufus Juice

Table 4 - English
Chris Chrisman
19B
English Barleywine
1
My English Barleywine
Chris Oxford
19A
Old Ale
2
Paint Thinner
Randy Walsh
8C
Extra Special/Strong Bitter (EPA)
3
Subalpine II organic pale ale
Robert Keas
8B
Special/Best/Premium Bitter
HM
Bitter beer face

Table 5 - Scottish
Wayne Stark
9E
Strong Scotch Ale
1
Just a Wee Heavy
Chris Ormsby
9B
Scottish 70/-
2
Mad Baron Da Scot
Adam Brenneis
9E
Strong Scotch Ale
3
Monkey Wrench Wee Heavy

Table 6 - American Pale Ale
Mike Bordick
10A
American Pale
1
You Pale In Comparison
Erik Franks
10A
American Pale
2
Pacific Pale Ale
Matthew Baldwin
10A
American Pale
3
Old Faithful Pale Ale

Table 7 - American Amber
Dave Rosso
10B
American Amber
1
Infared Ale
Paul Akers
10B
American Amber
2
Black Jack Amber
Matt Malloy
10B
American Amber
3
Fossilized Tree Ale

Table 8 - American Brown
Chris Ormsby
10C
American Brown
1
Gorham Brown Ale
Ernie Derrera
10C
American Brown
2
J-Town Honey Brown
Mike and Justin OConnel
10C
American Brown
3
american brown ale

Table 9 - Brown and Porter
Amy & Justin Reisetter Gentry
12B Robust Porter
1
Re-porter
Chris Ormsby
12B
Robust Porter
2
Long's Peak Porter
Paul Davis
11C
Northern English Brown
3
Brown Ale
David McHugh
12C
Baltic Porter
HM
10-10-10 Baltic

Table 10 - Stout
John Garbett
13F
Russian Imperial Stout
1
Russkie Brewskie
Aaron Bush
13B
Sweet Stout
2
Kelly's Wedding Stout
Robert Cloutier
13C
Oatmeal Stout
3
Winter Wizard Stout
Amy & Justin Reisetter Gentry
13D Foreign Extra Stout
HM
Trade Wind Stout

Table 11 - IPA
Robert Keas
14B
American IPA
1
Greatest American Beer-O
Matt Malloy
14B
American IPA
2
Tumbling IPA
Dennis Richards
14C
Imperial IPA
3
Double IPA

Table 12 - German Wheat and Rye
Walt Chleva
15A
Weizen
1
Banana Boat Hefeweizen
Remi Bonnart
15C
Weizenbock
2
Devine Reserve
Vinnie Johnson
15A
Weizen
3
Jamaican Heff
Table 13 - Belgian Wit and Pale
Greg Geiger
16A
Witbier
1
Wit and Wild
Remi Bonnart
16A
Witbier
2
wits end
Mike Bordick
16B
Belgian Pale Ale
3
Bowling Pro Association

Table 14 - Belgian Saison and Specialty
Geoff Humphrey
16E
Belgian Specialty
1
friar confounded
Nathan Kanous
16C
Saison
2
Saison 2010
Chris Kregowski
16C
Saison
3
Janna's Saison

Table 15 - Sour (6 Entries)
Walt Chleva
17F
Fruit Lambic
1
This'll Never Win
Remi Bonnart
17B
Flanders Red
2
Roghe de Flanders
Mike Bordick
17B
Flanders Red
3
The Day that She Met Me

Table 16 - Belgian Blond and Trippel
Mike Bordick
18A
Belgian Blond Ale
1
Heart of Glass
Chris Chrisman
18A
Belgian Blond Ale
2
Belgian Blond
Geoff Humphrey
18C
Belgian Tripel
3
Timothy's Trippel

Table 17 - Belgian Golden and Dark Strong
Chris Chrisman
18D
Belgian Golden Strong Ale
1
My Belgian Strong Blond
Greg Geiger
18E
Belgian Dark Strong Ale
2
Monkey Spank
Geoff Humphrey
18E
Belgian Dark Strong Ale
3
blessed and cursed

Table 18 - Fruit Beer
Robert Keas
20A
Fruit Beer
1
Sour Cherry Bomb
Robert Cloutier
20A
Fruit Beer
2
Apricot Kiss
Randy Walsh
20A
Fruit Beer
3
Key Lime Cream Ale

Table 19 - Spice Herb Vegetable
Mike Bordick
21A
Spice, Herb, Vegetable Beer
1
Mighty Bean
Remi Bonnart
21A
Spice, Herb, Vegetable Beer
2
Curry Weizen
Amy & Justin Reisetter Gentry
21A Spice, Herb, Vegetable Beer
3
Pepper Pot Porter

Table 20 - Christmas, Smoke, and Wood
Walt Chleva
22C
Wood-Aged Beer
1
RHBC Baltic Porter
Matthew Baldwin
21B
Christmas/Winter Specialty Spiced Beer
2
Old Spiced
Greg Geiger
21B
Christmas/Winter Specialty Spiced Beer
3
Geigers Holiday Ale

Table 21 - Specialty
Brent Steinshouer
23A
Specialty Beer
1
Voodoo
Alex Kolar
23A
Specialty Beer
2
Black Bel-glish IPA
John Garbett
23A
Specialty Beer
3
Purple Nurple

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Old 08-31-2010, 06:00 PM   #8
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Just received my score sheets. Shivwits scored 34. The only mentioned flaw was low carbonation and that was intentional. They sent me five dollar cash for my entry that got drank by the UPS guy.

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Old 09-01-2010, 04:48 PM   #9
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I got 25 for my Scottish 70. I used the AHS recipe and they said it was too smokey and dark. I primary fermented for about 3 weeks, before secondary. One comment was that I primaried too long. I didn't think that was possible!

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