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Old 01-18-2012, 03:52 PM   #41
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If thats the case, how high of a score renders a 1st , 2nd, or 3rd? Or does the score have little to do with assigning a ribbon. I think ribbons are assigned more on the basis "That beer taste more appealing to me (the judge)." For example, if a beer scores a 41 vs 39 in the same cat. and the judges decide that the 39 is just a more appealing beer to them do they assign the 39 with a ribbon?
I think you misunderstood darwin. He's saying placing doesn't matter, what matters is the feedback you get.

Higher score is higher placement.... why would they rate a more appealing beer a 39 and a less appealing a 41, but give the ribbon to the 39? I don't think anyone would compete if that's how it worked.


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Old 01-18-2012, 07:38 PM   #42
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I think you misunderstood darwin. He's saying placing doesn't matter, what matters is the feedback you get.

Higher score is higher placement.... why would they rate a more appealing beer a 39 and a less appealing a 41, but give the ribbon to the 39? I don't think anyone would compete if that's how it worked.
I did read in a comp rules section (not particularly this comp) that when assigning a place to an entry, it is the judges discretion based on the consensus of the panel to who's beer gets what place based on the best tasting beer. A higher scored beer does not automatically mean they will place higher. Scores of those who are awarded a place are usually not listed for this reason.


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Old 01-19-2012, 01:24 AM   #43
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I did read in a comp rules section (not particularly this comp) that when assigning a place to an entry, it is the judges discretion based on the consensus of the panel to who's beer gets what place based on the best tasting beer. A higher scored beer does not automatically mean they will place higher. Scores of those who are awarded a place are usually not listed for this reason.
The electoral college has this same rule too. Hah
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I did read in a comp rules section (not particularly this comp) that when assigning a place to an entry, it is the judges discretion based on the consensus of the panel to who's beer gets what place based on the best tasting beer. A higher scored beer does not automatically mean they will place higher. Scores of those who are awarded a place are usually not listed for this reason.
I've helped judge one contest so far. (Hoping to take the exam in Aug.) We took the highest 5 or so in each category and tasted them again before assigning a place. Scores from 1-50 can drift higher or lower while judging a flight of several dozen beers. Pitting the best against each other at the end makes sure the best one actually wins.
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Old 01-20-2012, 02:39 AM   #45
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Anyone get score sheets emailed to them yet? This is my first comp., not sure what or when to expect. (Very soon per the website isn't very specific)
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Old 01-20-2012, 03:55 AM   #46
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No email score sheets yet here.
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not yet..
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Nope nothing I am sure we will in a week or two.
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Just received email scoresheets, so be on the look out. It went to my hotmail inbox, not junk or spam box.


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