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    Biere de Rock Competition - First Call for Entires

    The Rock Hoppers Brew Club of Castle Rock, Colorado is proud to announce our 2nd annual homebrew competition: Biere de Rock. This AHA/BJCP sanctioned competition centers on Belgian and French styles, BJCP categories 16, 17 b through f, and 18. First Call For Entries Registration and the entry...
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    Call for Judges, Stewards and Entries: 2nd Annual Biere de Rock Competition

    The Rock Hoppers Brew Club of Castle Rock, Colorado is proud to announce our 2nd annual homebrew competition: Biere de Rock. This AHA/BJCP sanctioned competition centers on Belgian and French styles, BJCP categories 16, 17 b through f, and 18. Judging will take place December 4, 2010. A...
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    Announcing the Bière de Rock Competition

    The Rock Hoppers Brew Club of Castle Rock, Colorado is proud to announce our inaugural homebrew competition: Bière de Rock. This AHA/BJCP sanctioned competition centers on Belgian and French styles, BJCP categories 16, 17 b through f, and 18. Judging will take place December 5, 2009...
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    BrewBlogger 2.2 Released, Looking for Input

    BrewBlogger is a web-based alternative to software such as BeerSmith, ProMash, and others. Yeah, this is shameless promotion, since I'm the main developer, but I came to this forum looking for inspiration and suggestions as to what to add to it. BrewBlogger is a free, open-source, web-based...
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    Super Golding Hops?

    Has anyone ever heard of Super Golding hops? I picked up some from my LBHS a couple days ago and will be using them to bitter my next batch. The employee said they're a variation of the American grown Styrian Golding with higher AA percentages. Doing a search on Google netted nothing.
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    Not Really Labels - Mostly Tap Handles

    One the more fun things I enjoy doing is making inserts for my kegerator tap handles. They measure approx 2.25 X 3.5 inches. Here's a pic of all five: Below are some of my favorite labels I've created. I've got plenty more at my brewing log site: Geoff's Celestial Brewing
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