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02/02/2011 11:14 AM | Anonymous member
The rules and other particulars:

   * Only one successful dart toss per entrant.
   * Only one entry per named brewer (e.g.: Jack, Jane, and Joe brew together - all three have brewed their limit).
   * Proxy throws for those not present ARE ALLOWED; please specify before throwing.
   * You may throw the dart until you get ONE successful scored "hit" (as defined below).
   * No re-throwing for any one brewer is allowed after a successful "hit".
   * Scoring is as follows:
      Bullseye = brew whatever you want, but you must pick the style then and there
      Triple ring and inward = Low ABV
      Outward from triple ring to double ring = High ABV
      Black and Green spots = Dark in color
      White and Red spots = Light color
      Here's a dart board picture for clarity: http://bit.ly/hu51kN
   * If there are any questions as to the validity of a throw, the organizer's (Ben Flerchinger, Head Brewer, Lucky Lab Quimby) decision will be final.

   The yeast can be purchased from F.H. Steinbart's Homebrew Supply (http://www.fhsteinbart.com/index.php) while quantities last. Only Wyeast 3787 Trappist High Gravity may be used; no exceptions. Ingredients are open, but the finished yeast sample must adhere to the style you picked in the dart toss. YOU MAY use a pitch of yeast from a local brewery provided it is this year's PCTBB yeast; its source should be identified as such with your entry.

   Please keep in mind that entries will be accepted between April 19th through April 22nd (until 6:p.m. on the 22nd) ONLY at the Lucky Lab on NW Quimby. No early drop-offs, no late shows, no exceptions.

   Thank you again for the renewed interest in this yearly event!

   Cheers,

   Jeremie Landers
   Oregon Brew Crew | Competition Chair 2011

P.S.: The Oregon Brew Crew is in no way connected to, advocating, nor sponsoring this yeast analysis event.

Comments

  • 02/02/2011 12:15 PM | Jeremie Landers
    Also to clarify, the over/under for ABV is 7% alcohol. The SRM is 12, but we can't check it 100%. Just do your best to either make it dark or make it very light.

    Thanks!

    Jeremie
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