2012 AHA National Competition, what did you enter, and are you going to Seattle?

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What categories did you enter?

  • The lights 1, 2, 6

  • The ambers 3, 7

  • Dark lagers 4, 5

  • English and Scottish 8, 9, 11

  • American Ales and IPAs 10, 14

  • Stout or Porter 12, 13

  • German and Belgian 16, 16, 18

  • Sour, Strong, or Fruit 17, 18 20

  • Spice, Smoke, or Special 21, 22, 23

  • Mead, Cider, or Perry 24, 25, 26, 27, 28


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TheWeeb

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I saw a thread about registration, but how about one to post what you have entered, and if you are making the trip to Seattle? Since the forum restricts poll questions to 10, I had to combine some categories, but could be interesting to see what we all brew and consider our "best" for the competition.

Me, the Colorado imperial red rye that I put on Red Stag soaked oak in category 23, and the pale ale I had on grapes and oak in category 10.

choice 7 should read 15, 16, 18 :)
 

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Chocolate cheery stout, American IPA, Lavender Saison and a pumpkin ale
 

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Our Canadian national championship is also our NHC regional. I will be putting in something like 18 entries: 1A, 1B, 1D, 1E, 2A, 2B, 4C, 5B, 5C, 5D, 8A, 8B, 9C, 13F, 14C, 22A, 22C, 23. Our regional does not (I believe) have the huge number of entries that are common in the U.S., and I'm sending some beers that I know aren't medal contenders just to support the competition. I hope three or four make it to the second round, but that might be aiming high.
 

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ESB, only got a 21 last year, Made some tweaks to my process.
Cant wait to see how i do this year.
 

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I've been keeping track for the last 8 years on how many of which styles are entered. The one style that is really slumping are Scottish ales while Stouts are always have the largest amount of entries.
 

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I'm heading to Seattle!! :) Who else is?

I also entered a Bitter, a Mild, a Lambic and a Flanders Red.
 
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Neither of my two made it past the first round, but I am going anyway, FUN!
 
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