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Old 06-21-2010, 01:03 AM   #61
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My lagers got very similar scores in the first and second round and both were mini BOS in the second round, no hardware though.

IIPA scored quite a bit lower (35.5 vs 43ish).


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Old 06-21-2010, 03:37 AM   #62
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My lagers got very similar scores in the first and second round and both were mini BOS in the second round, no hardware though.

IIPA scored quite a bit lower (35.5 vs 43ish).
Was that the IIPA you were sharing on Thursday night? I think it was a fantastic IIPA, so I don't believe it could be but that's why I'm asking.


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Old 06-21-2010, 11:21 AM   #63
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Final Round Results


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SpanishCastleAle

Category 8: English Pale Ale
187 Entries

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Matt Tucker, Jake Tucker
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Wow, just now found out (thanks to your post AnOldUr). Very cool. It must have scored better in the second round to best 187 entries. I'll put the recipe in the database.
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Was that the IIPA you were sharing on Thursday night? I think it was a fantastic IIPA, so I don't believe it could be but that's why I'm asking.
It was a great trio of beers remilard.
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It was a great trio of beers remilard.
I didn't get to sample the trio, but the IIPA was unbelievable. Probably my favorite beer of the conference. Thanks for sharing it.
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Old 06-21-2010, 05:51 PM   #67
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My barleywine didn't place in the finals but I'll tell ya that having a dog in the hunt at all makes the award presentations a LOT more exciting. One thing that surprised me about this beer is how consistently it's been scored over the past 2 years all ranging between 37-42. That's a very narrow range when it comes to BJCP.
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I got to drink some of the gold medal IIPA this weekend. Fantastic beer.
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That makes me feel better. My 48.5 first round mead didn't place in the top three in the second round. The one that won, didn't place in the top three in the first. Oh, well.

The key to winning is entering many brews. I always admired my brother's success with women. He pointed out that it wasn't that he had particular skill but that he went up to bat so much more than I did. I feared failure and he didn't. Good life lesson.
The key to winning is sending the right bottles. Just got the score sheets back. "13" "Tastes like a good cider." "Did you sent the wrong bottle?"

Yes I did. I sent at least one bottle of cider as my mead. What a f-ing tool I am!

Perhaps a BOS bottle of mead is floating around in the discard pile, never to be drunk, like the Ark of the Covenant at the end of "Raiders."
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Perhaps a BOS bottle of mead is floating around in the discard pile, never to be drunk, like the Ark of the Covenant at the end of "Raiders."
Yeah, no one will grab a mead that got a 13 to drink. Sucks though. Save enough for next year?


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