[Homebrew-list] February Gathering

Hampton Peterman hapeterman at gmail.com
Fri Jan 27 20:48:15 UTC 2017


Alchemists,

As of right now we are scheduled to have the gathering at 3rd Rock Brewery
in Trenton, NC on the 12th from 2-5.

The New Bern Homebrew Club ATF will also be attending so I would like to
encourage you to represent the club by wearing your club shirt.

If you do not have a club shirt there are some available at the
Fermentation Station, or you can have yours made up at Sophie's Trophies or
A1 cleaners, both shops have the logo already so there won't be any
additional set up cost.

And we will also be discussing the Front Street Brewery which has been
upgraded to a sanctioned AHA and BJCP registered completion.

This gathering is much farther than usual please plan ahead and carpool or
have a DD scheduled to pick you up.

Cheers,

Hampton
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>    1. 2017 Shamrock Comp (Paul F. Boniface)
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> From: "Paul F. Boniface" <pboniface1 at ec.rr.com>
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> Subject: [Homebrew-list] 2017 Shamrock Comp
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> Alchemist,
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> Got this from Eric, we will discuss if anyone interested!!
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> It's that time of year again! The Cary-Apex-Raleigh Brewers of Yore
> (CARBOY)
> are proud to announce that the 22st annual Shamrock Homebrewing Competition
> will be held on Saturday, March 4th, 2017. We have been very thankful for
> all the judges that have volunteered their time to help previous Shamrocks
> go so smoothly and we will need your help again. Specific details can be
> found at http://carboyclub.com/shamrock-competition/, but some specific
> dates to keep in mind are:
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> Jan 23: Registration Opens (for both entries & judging -
>
> http://www.carboyclub.com/shamrock/)
>
> Feb 18: Close of Registration
>
> Feb 18: Deadline for receipt of entries (see competition site for
> locations)
> Mar 04: Competition Date (Please be at North Hills Club by 8:30 am for
> judging)
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>
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>
> Most things will be pretty much the same as previous years:
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> Same great location (North Hills Club, 4824 Yadkin Drive, Raleigh, NC)
> Todd's same awesome swag raffle Great local beers for the lunch break
>
>
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>
> We will once again combine the judge beer raffle with the beer gift bags.
> The goal is to have enough beers in the judge raffle that ALL judges will
> be
> able to go home with a truly exceptional beer. Getting drawn first will
> still give you first choice of a beer from the table and we're still
> limiting the judge raffle to one beer per judge, but everyone should be
> able
> to go home with something really nice from the table.
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> It's folks like you that have allowed us to make Shamrock the well-run
> competition that it is. Please consider setting aside March 4th to join us
> and help judge some great beers.
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> Clint Eaker / Gary Morgan
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> Head Judges, Shamrock XXII
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> Subject: [Homebrew-list] Feb Meet 2017
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> Alchemists,
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> February 12th 2016 gathering will be focusing on 2015 BJCP style 22.
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>
> Now onto the details:
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> When: Sunday February 12th, 2017 from 2pm to 5pm at the station or if held
> at 3rd rock brewery in Trenton times may change.
>
> Where: Either at 3rd Rock Brewery in Trenton or Fermentation Station, 216
> Henderson Drive, Jacksonville, NC
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> What Style BJCP 22 (STRONG AMERICAN ALE) consisting of:
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> 22A. Double IPA
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> 22B. American Strong Ale
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> 22C. American Barleywine
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> 22D. Wheatwine
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> Here are the events planned:
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> 1) Sample, Discuss, and Educate:
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> What is a Double IPA (22A): Overall Impression: An intensely hoppy, fairly
> strong pale ale without the big, rich, complex maltiness and residual
> sweetness and body of an American barleywine. Strongly hopped, but clean,
> dry, and lacking harshness. Drinkability is an important characteristic;
> this should not be a heavy, sipping beer
>
>
>
> What is American Strong Ale (22B): A strong, full-flavored American ale
> that
> challenges and rewards the palate with full malty and hoppy flavors and
> substantial bitterness. The flavors are bold but complementary, and are
> stronger and richer than average-strength pale and amber American ales.
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> What is American Barleywine (22C): A well-hopped American interpretation of
> the richest and strongest of the English ales. The hop character should be
> evident throughout, but does not have to be unbalanced. The alcohol
> strength
> and hop bitterness often combine to leave a very long finish.
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>
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> What is Wheatwine (22D): A richly textured, high alcohol sipping beer with
> a
> significant grainy, bready flavor and sleek body. The emphasis is first on
> the bready, wheaty flavors with interesting complexity from malt, hops,
> fruity yeast character and alcohol complexity
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> 2) Details on Brewery TBD
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> 3) Mention Upcoming Competitions & Events.
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> Food pairing for the style is: Grilled meats, strong cheese.
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> Look forward to seeing you all at the station or brewery!
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> Prost!
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