Club Competitions


Competition Seasons: 2018-2019 | 2017-2018 |

2016-2017

| 2015-2016 | 2014-2015 | 2013-2014 | 2012-2013

Rules

  • Informal club competitions are held each month at our regular meetings. The season runs from July to May with a winner declared at the conclusion of the season.
  • Points are awarded based on popular vote with 5 points going to first place, 3 points going to second place, and all other entries receiving 1 point.
  • Additionally, 1 bonus point will be given for the most innovative or ambitious entry as decided by the competition maestro. 1 bonus point will also be given for the best beer as decided on by the club's panel of BJCP judges.
  • Some competitions are marked as Collaboration contests. Entrants must brew this beer with another member (or group) and submit together. Both members/teams will receive any points awarded.
  • Entrants must supply six 12 oz. bottles, one 64 oz. growler, or similar quantity.
  • Limit one entry per person per month.

Standings

Name Entries First Second Most InnovativeJudges' Choice Points
Kevin Clare 5 1 2 13 17
Andrew Banks 4 2 0 01 13
Michael Caffee 4 1 1 10 11
Jim Alexander 4 1 0 02 10
Jack Robbins & Dan Tucci 5 0 1 02 9
Doug Dinwoodie 3 1 0 00 7
William Fowler 1 1 0 00 5
Tim Caum 1 1 0 00 5
Alexander Kozdra 2 0 0 10 3
jeff peterson & Peter Baker 1 0 1 00 3
Chris Plachta 1 0 0 10 2
Travis Himes 1 0 0 10 2
Chaya Stark & Bruce Stephens 2 0 0 00 2
Stephen Shantz 1 0 0 00 1
Tim Kepner 1 0 0 00 1
James Ryan 1 0 0 00 1
Greg Janiec 1 0 0 00 1

Schedule

July - Wheat Beer
Any beer with a significant portion of wheat will be accepted.

September - Trappist Beer
This month, we're looking for your big Belgian beers. Dubbel, tripel, quad, or any variation thereof.

November - Spiced Beer
Get your annual Winter Warmers ready for drinking. This month, we'll be trying out any spiced concoction you have.

January - Dark Beer
A very broad category this month. Porters, stouts, or any other brown or black beer is welcome.

March - German Styles
Here's your chance to show off some traditional German lagers. Or if you're not quite there yet, we'll take your K├Âlsch, Hefeweizen, or Gose. Germany has so much variety and we'll try them all.

May - S.M.A.S.H. Beer
That stands for Single Malt And Single Hop. So strict rules that only one of each is permitted.