McHale's Monthly Mashout - September
Barley Mob Brewers announces the McHale's Monthly Mashout - September.
To enter, please go to http://www.mchalesmonthly.com
and proceed through the registration process.
All entries must be received by our shipping location or at a drop-off location by September 22, 2011. Entries will not be accepted beyond this date.
Registration will close on September 22, 2011. Please note: registered users will not be able to add, view, edit, or delete entries on the registration website after September 22, 2011.
Call for Judges and Stewards
If you are willing to be a judge or steward, please go to http://www.mchalesmonthly.com
, register, and fill out the appropriate information.
Lumley Bradford — Competition Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Entries will only be accepted from any radius. However, winners must provide their own transportation if they choose to brew with the McHale's Brewpub Brewmaster.
Only beers will be judged (no meads or ciders)
Only beers with a 6% ABV maximum will be considered for Best of Show and eligible for prizes. ALL beers will be judged.
All BJCP rules and guidelines apply
Winner must be able to furnish their recipe in case of best of show win
Entries may be dropped off at McHale's Brewpub or shipped to:
McHale's Monthly Mashout
c/o Bradford Lumley
2120 N Fork Drive
Soddy Daisy, TN 37379
Call 423-544-9685 with any questions
$5 per entry.
After registering and inputting entries, all participants must pay their entry fee(s). Accepted payment methods include:
Check, made out to Barley Mob Brewers
PayPal (once registered on the website, click Pay Entry Fees from the main navigation after inputting all entries).
September 24, 2011 at McHale's Brewhouse, 9:00am
724 Ashland Terrace Chattanooga, TN 37415
1A Lite American Lager
1B Standard American Lager
1C Premium American Lager
1D Munich Helles
1E Dortmunder Export
2A German Pilsner (Pils)
2B Bohemian Pilsener
2C Classic American Pilsner
3A Vienna Lager
4A Dark American Lager
4B Munich Dunkel
5A Maibock/Helles Bock
5B Traditional Bock
6A Cream Ale
6B Blonde Ale
6D American Wheat or Rye Beer
7A Northern German Altbier
7B California Common Beer
7C Dusseldorf Altbier
8A Standard/Ordinary Bitter
8B Special/Best/Premium Bitter
8C Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale)
9A Scottish Light 60/-
9B Scottish Heavy 70/-
9C Scottish Export 80/-
9D Irish Red Ale
9E Strong Scotch Ale
10A American Pale Ale
10B American Amber Ale
10C American Brown Ale
11B Southern English Brown Ale
11C Northern English Brown Ale
12A Brown Porter
12B Robust Porter
12C Baltic Porter
13A Dry Stout
13B Sweet Stout
13C Oatmeal Stout
13D Foreign Extra Stout
13E American Stout
13F Imperial Stout
14A English IPA
14B American IPA
14C Imperial IPA
15D Roggenbier (German Rye Beer)
16B Belgian Pale Ale
16D Biere de Garde
16E Belgian Specialty Ale
17A Berliner Weisse
17B Flanders Red Ale
17C Flanders Brown Ale/Oud Bruin
17D Straight (Unblended) Lambic
17F Fruit Lambic
18A Belgian Blond Ale
18B Belgian Dubbel
18C Belgian Tripel
18D Belgian Golden Strong Ale
18E Belgian Dark Strong Ale
19A Old Ale
19B English Barleywine
19C American Barleywine
20A Fruit Beer
21A Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer
21B Christmas/Winter Specialty Spiced Beer
22A Classic Rauchbier
22B Other Smoked Beer
22C Wood-Aged Beer
23A Specialty Beer
Bottle Acceptance Rules
Only 12-16 ounce brown or green bottles will be accepted. Bottle caps must have no markings or markings must be blacked out. All labels must be removed from bottles. Please submit two bottles of each beer.
c/o Bradford Lumley 2120 N Fork Drive Soddy Daisy, TN 37379
Packing & Shipping Hints
Carefully pack your entries in a sturdy box. Line the inside of your carton with a plastic trash bag. Partition and pack each bottle with adequate packaging material. Do not over pack! Write clearly: "Fragile. This Side Up." on the package. Your package should weigh less than 25 pounds. Please refrain from using "messy" packaging materials such a Styrofoam "peanuts" or pellets; please use packaging material such as bubble wrap.
Every reasonable effort will be made to contact entrants whose bottles have broken to make arrangements for sending replacement bottles.
It is not against any Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) regulations or federal laws to ship your entries via privately owned shipping company for analytical purposes. However, IT IS ILLEGAL TO SHIP ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES VIA THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE. Private shipping companies have the right to refuse your shipment if they are informed that the package contains glass and/or alcoholic beverages. Be aware that entries mailed internationally are often required by customs to have proper documentation. These entries might be opened and/or returned to the shipper by customs' officials at their discretion. It is solely the entrant's responsibility to follow all applicable laws and regulations.
Drop Off Locations
724 Ashland Terrace Chattanooga, TN 37415
Best of Show
The 1st place BOS winner will brew their winning recipe with Adam Hale at McHale's Brewhouse. The winner may bring a corny keg and receive 2 gallons of the beer when it's ready. Otherwise, a free growler and a growler refill will be offered.
3 prizes will be awarded in a best of show format.
The three winners will receive ribbons.