3rd Annual Home Brew Competition--2016
CANCELLED FOR 2016
We apologize to our past participants as well as those hoping to join us this year. We are reviewing the competition for 2017. Thank you for your support.
Think your home brew is worthy of production? Enter the McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival's Homebrew Competition. The McKenzie Cider and Craft Beer Festival Homebrew Competition is pleased to announce that the best of show in beer prize winner will have the opportunity to brew a batch of the winning recipe! More details to follow. In addition there will be awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each brew category.
Competitor must 21 years of age or older.
The competition will be limited to a maximum of 300 entries
The styles of brew categories are listed below. Competitors may only enter one beer in any given category, and are limited to a maximum three entries.
To be considered, each entry must consist of three 12 ounce bottles, fully completed bottle ID forms and the entry fee. Except for the bottle ID form, all bottles and caps must be free from identifying marks.
Entry fees are $9 for the first entry and $6 for each additional entry.
Pay your entry fee online at mccbf.eventbrite.com. Print a copy of your receipt and bring it to the drop off location. Minimal service fees will apply.
Each bottle must be accompanied by an official BJCP sanctioned bottle ID form, which is available here: http://www.bjcp.org/docs/SCP_BottleID.pdf. The fully completed bottle ID form must be fixed to each bottle with a rubber band, not with tape or any other adhesive. Please don't forget to include the sub-category.
Entries must be received no later than 5 p.m., Saturday October 15, 2016 at:
Falling Sky Fermentation Supply Shop, 1331 Willamette St., Eugene, OR 97401; or
F.H. Steinbart, 234 SE 12th, Portland, OR 97214; or
Judging will take place on October 22, 2016.
Each entry must be in one of the following categories:
Irish Red Ale
Cider semi sweet
Cider semi dry
To register your home brew entry, please submit the following: