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    What the Judge Sees - Improving your Beers for Competition

    After judging hundreds of homebrews you start to pick up on trends. Judging is a crash course in beer education. Think about it - you taste around a dozen different homebrews in rapid fire succession while thinking critically and writing useful feedback about each one. You learn a lot - the hop...
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    What the Judge Sees - Improving your Beers for Competition

    After judging hundreds of homebrews you start to pick up on trends. Judging is a crash course in beer education. Think about it - you taste around a dozen different homebrews in rapid fire succession while thinking critically and writing useful feedback about each one. You learn a lot - the hop...
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    BJCP Help

    Waited to long to ask this but I have print the labels today..... I have an imperial milk stout with coconut, vanilla, and Rye Whiskey soaked Oak Chips in it. I am struggling with where to enter it. Here is what I narrowed it down to: 30 A - Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer (coconut is...
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    How to judge a SMaSH comp?

    Hey guys, So I'm running a Homebrew Club, and for the last year and a bit we've been having competitions bi-monthly on a given style. We've been judging these based on BJCP standards, with the idea that it could help us learn and edit our beers to get better and possibly enter in regional...
  5. Bender_Braus_Brewing

    BJCP

    Not sure if this is the right forum (didn't seem like any forum really fit the description) and if this isn't relevant at all, feel free to delete and let me know in PM... But I was wondering if anyone has become a judge through BJCP and done all of that? The exam, etc. There is a local group...
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