Beers brewed in commercially licensed facilities, brew on premise, whether for commercial research or production, or for any other purpose, are ineligible.
II.This year's flights will be based on entries received.
Please submit one form for each entry. The entry form does not need to be submitted with your entries.
Just send your bottles with ID forms.
Fermenters. TCF, Bay de Noc Brewers, Marquette Homebrew Club, and BIER Members will get the first entry for free!
Bottles should be 10- to 14- once green or brown glass and clean and
free of labels (inked, paper, etc.) Bottles with permanent, painted on labels are prohibited. Entrants are encouraged to use brown long-neck returnable bottles for extra protection from light. Grolsch-type
bottles are also prohibited. Bottles with raised lettering are acceptable i.e Sam Adams bottles. Soft drink or other printed crown caps are acceptable if they are blacked out
with a black marking pen to assure anonymity in judging.
Use a rubber band to attach bottle label provided on this site. Please do not glue or tape on label.
must come from a separate batch.
special ingredient, has a classic style of herb, spice, fruit, vegetable, or
was brewed using an experimental method, you must describe the
classic style, special ingredient, experimental technique, etc. on the
Please do not include regional identifers (i.e. Marinette County blueberries). Additional details may be requested from the competition organizer in order to give complete information to our judges. Please be specific!
please take to proper label and categorize each entry.
registration form and entry fee.
N16564 Vinger Lane,
1. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place for each category based on the highest first round scores. Entries must score higher than 21 for third place, 24 for 2nd place, and 27 for 1st place.
5. Score sheets and awards will be mailed out during the week following the competition.