November 24, 2014

Peterson Air Force Base Homebrew Competition 2015

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It is never too early to start preparing your homebrews for the next big competition, and ours is just around the corner.

2015 PAFB Comp Flyer

More details are available on the competition page.


November 9, 2014

Brew Brothers November Meeting – Tuesday, November 11th

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Please join us for the last Brew Brothers member meeting of 2014!

We’ll convene at Green Man Taproom320 S Weber Street, Colorado Springs, CO; at 6pm on Tuesday, November 11th.

Bring your homebrew to share and receive feedback from your fellow Brew Bros!

 

Hope to see you there!


July 1, 2014

El Paso County Fair Homebrew Competition

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El Paso County Fair Homebrew Competition

 

Click Here to View or Download the 2014 El Paso County Fair Homebrew Competition Flyer

Welcome to the 3rd annual El Paso County Fair Homebrew Competition! The El Paso County Fair Homebrew competition is an AHA/BJCP sanctioned event.

Entries due: July 13th

Judging: July 19th

Awards after judging at the County Fair

The following Summer beer styles will be accepted referencing the BJCP Style Guidelines:

1 Light Lager

2 Pils

6 Light Hybrid

10 American Ale

15 German Wheat & Rye

16 Belgian and French

20 Fruit Beer

Entries will be accepted from July 1st-13th. Register electronically at http://elpasocountyfair.brewcompetition.com/ Only one beer per BJCP subcategory. The entry fee is $6, please use PayPal to make your payment. For each entry, submit 2 bottles with a bottle ID form attached to each by rubber bands. Bottles should have no labels or other identifying markings aside from the bottle ID form. ID forms can be printed from the registration website once you’ve registered your beer.

Please note that due to the limited amount of styles, we are capping the competition at 100 entries.

Drop your beer off from 8 am-4pm, or ship to the Fairgrounds by July 13th. Drop or Ship to:

Special Events Coordinator

El Paso County Fair and Event Complex

366 10th Street

Calhan, CO 80808

Local Drop-off locations during normal business hours:

Rocky Mountain Brewery

Old West Brewing Supplies

Judging will take place on July 19th at the fairgrounds and will be in accordance with the BJCP guidelines.

Ribbons will be awarded in each category for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places. Also, there will be a best in show award given out. The awards will be presented at the Fair on July 19th along with the score sheets. If you are not present, score sheets will be mailed to you.

Contact Info: Suzan McCoy (719) 520-7882, Rich Mock (719) 332-8896, Pete Skrebetz (719) 291-2188

Email: competitions@bbopp.org


January 20, 2014

Peterson Air Force Base Homebrew Competition 2014 Sponsors

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January 18, 2014

Board Meeting Minutes – September 2013

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10 September 2013

Executive Meeting

Hosted at Front Range BBQ (Old Town Colorado Springs)

Attending: Ned Brush, John Haven, Mike McGuckin, Michele Gandy, John Landreman, Greg Mizell, Brian Paradisi, Lori Paradisi

Next general meeting (GM):

11 September, 6PM, at Cat & Joe’s house, 4420 Wintergreen Cir, Colorado Springs, CO 80916 Directions. It’s a potluck – don’t forget to bring something to munch on!  It’s also time for the Iron Brewer Battle.  It will be a people’s choice competition, so get there early and vote for your favorite!  Don’t forget to bring your homebrew.  Last month we finally had a great homebrew table – let’s make it two months in a row — Bring Your Homebrew!   If it’s good, show it off.  If it’s bad, seek feedback from many of our qualified judges.  I know you’ve got some beer – bring it!  Bring a raffle item and help support the club!

Iron Brewer Battle: People’s Choice, awards to top three; e-mail Justin about voting board. Do we have ballots printed?

Recap of events:

Springs Beer Fest: expectations from Brian Mark were too high and the shifts were too long.

Craft Lager Fest: Fest was much smaller at the new location – many vendors and volunteers were not able to attend after the one week delay.

State Fair: Two days of judging over 800 beers and then the Foam Fest; fun times.

Donation to the Black Forest Fire Fighters: $500 was donated to the Black Forest Benefit at Wonderland Ranch

New / recurring:

USAFA Tailgating: Approved to purchase a block of 25 – $8 tickets for the 21 September Wyoming game. Tailgate cookout starts at 5:30 PM and the game starts at 8:15 PM. See Meetup for details.

Brew Bus: Ticket Price $45?, start time 09:30, locations – Prost, Strange, Lonetree, lunch – Breckenridge, etc.

Portable Microphone System: Discussed the possibility of purchasing a system for the club. Consensus was to “cost a system” and vote at the next meeting.

Review of Equipment Buy List: We need to review the priorities of the list. The laptop has not been purchased yet.

ALL Colorado Beer Fest (ACBF): Scott Rappold and the Gazette are sponsoring a first ever homebrew competition before the ACBF. Details were provided via Meetup and should be in the food section of the 11 September Gazette. There are five categories, entries must be in NLT 18 October and will be judged on 19 October. The winner of each category will get two tickets to the ACBF.

ALL Colorado Beer Fest (ACBF): 2 November. Go to their website for details. http://www.allcoloradobeerfestival.com/ .  The BBoPP will again be judging the commercial beers. Judges and stewards are needed. Also, 2 November is AHA Learn to Brew Day and the BBoPP will be providing two brewing demonstrations – brewers and equipment are needed.

Monument Beer week starts 15 September. Go to their website for details.  http://pikespeakbrewing.com/mbw13/  Make sure you support our good friend Chris and Pikes Peak Brewing Company.

Rocky Mountain Homebrew Club Competition: Ned wants maximum BBoPP participation for the 2013 competition (entries due NLT 1 November 2013)

11/16/2013

Rocky Mountain Homebrew Challenge (no web site)
Denver, CO

Contact: Richard Kolkovich
Phone:   (303) 219-0042

Entry Deadline: 11/01/2013

 

Need for an Equipment Custodian: Need to add this position and expand the role; manage, repair, etc.

Elections:  We need a succession plan for all positions. Elections are in November; need to announce at  GM. Need to poll officers and see who is not planning to run again. President position WILL be open 

Pizza for the Pot luck: The board approved the purchase of 3 pizzas to supplement the food at the potluck. They should be “simple” pizzas (pepperoni, vegetarian, sausage, etc.)

Pints Program: Ned and Landy are revamping the program to include the awards. Possible % discount at our store for “super points” holders. More to follow as details are available.

Incentives for Voting Board members: Possible free annual dues.

At Large members: Need them to attend meetings and should be a grooming path to becoming a board member – or because they bring needed expertise in a specific area.

Charities Selected: We will ask the ACBF team to donate directly – on behalf of the BBoPP — $250 each to Care & Share and  —- Losses??

Friday socials: Next location will be Phantom Canyon

Membership Report:

Treasurer Report:

Pints Report:

Old Business:

We need a web / data person; the web needs to be “fixed” to reflect Sponsors and Supporters.

John Haven needs a front end and database for the PAFB even to manage visitor information. Ned needs a database to manage membership information. Steve said he can make these in under an hour…

Competitions:

KROC 22 Sep 13

Note: Haven can drop off beers on 14 Sep 13

Orpheus Cup Meadfest 28 Sep 13

Gazette Competition 19 Oct 13

Rocky Mountain Homebrew Challenge 16 Nov 13

Biere de Rock 7 Dec 13


January 18, 2014

Member Meeting Minutes – September 2013

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Brew Bros of Pikes Peak (BBoPP) General Membership Meeting Minutes

11 September 2013

Approximately 40 members attended the September meeting held at Cat & Joe’s house. A special thank you to Cat and Joe, they were great hosts.

 

  1. Ned requested a moment of silence and a quick prayer in remembrance of 9/11.

  2. Ned asked if we had any new members:

    1. Mike – 4yrs brewing – favorite is Milk Stouts – and Hops and Rye

    2. Pete —  4 years brewing – favorite is IPAs (Hop Head)

    3. Jessica – a few years – favorite is wheat beers

    4. Otto — retired January 4th – Belgians and Really Big Belgians, then Imperial IPAs

    5. Mark – from Seattle – West Coast IPAs

  3. Ned reminded all that the Iron Brewer event requires everyone to participate as a judge – it is people’s choice – more to follow.

  4. Ned emphasized the benefits of being a club member; discounts at local shops and breweries; the opportunity to have your beer evaluated by BJCP judges; the Buddy Brew concept for new people or those wanting to change from extract to grain; our store, bulk buys, training; brew days and so much more.

  5. Ned pointed out that we have glasses and T-Shirts for sale – cash and carry tonight…

  6. Ned reminded all that this is a homebrew club and that members should be bringing homebrew to our meetings. He said the homebrew table looked good – but not as good as last month; however, the Iron Brew looked fantastic..

  7. Ned also reminded all that the raffle is how the club makes its money to support its members and often to buy new items such as the projector screen, projector, digital thermometer, etc. and that recently the raffles have been a bit sparse, but improving.

  8. Bowling Shirts – go to the BBoPP on-line store and commit

  9. Membership report: Ned announced that we have 128 members in Meetup.

  10. Treasurer’s report (LandyBrew): $2,190; that $700 ws given to the Nick Brunettii fund and that $500 was given to the Black Forrest Fire Department. So roughly $2,100 is available to support club initiatives, such as buying a laptop computer or portable PA system.

  11. Pints: Ned and LandyBrew briefed a draft new awards program – 4 pints gets a glass, 8 pints gets you a 5% discount; 16 pints gets you a 10% discount; pins with achievement levels will be given out — more to follow. The following were awarded Pint Glasses: Klute, Big Bob, Josh Howard, Ray Smith

  12. Homebrew Huddle – look in Meetup for details

  13. Comp Updates  briefed by Grez Mizell:

    1. K-ROC

    2. Gazette

    3. Front Range

    4. Biere de Rock

  14. Events:

    1. 21 Sep USAFA tailgate and game

    2. 21 Sep CLF volunteer party from 4-6PM

    3. 22 Sep KROC Judging

    4. 19 Oct Gazette Judging

    5. 2 Nov All Colorado Beer Fest

    6. 23 Nov Brew Bus??

  15. Attendance – signup on Meetup and then again when you attend? There will be a raffle drawing??? More from Ned

  16. Firkin – we are still waiting for the Firkin and Ator to show; however, once emptied, Axe has it next.  See our website and sign up for the firkin

  17. Friday’s Happy Hour will be at Phantom Canyon – again, events are posted in Meetup

  18. Tailgate at the USAFA. 21 Sep, tailgate at 5:30, the game starts at 8:15, we are getting a block of 20 tickets @ $8 each – buy them from our store

  19. Beer Bus – 4 stops, breakfast burrito and lunch is included & a jockey box is on board

  20. Thanks again to Cat & Joe for hosting the meeting

  21. A fond farewell to JohnnyBrew

  22. Meeting was adjourned


January 18, 2014

Board Meeting Minutes – November 2013

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6 November 2013

Executive Meeting

At Phantom Canyon (Downtown Colorado Springs)

Attending: Ned Brush, John Haven, Mike McGuckin, Michele Gandy, John Landreman, Greg Mizell, Brian Paradisi, Lori Paradisi, Rich Mock, Ray Smith ??? verify, I didn’t make good notes here

Next general meeting (GM):

13 November, 6PM, at Downtown Fine Spirits & Wine, 103 South Wahsatch Ave, 80903. Don’t forget to bring your homebrew.  Last month we had a great homebrew table – let’s keep the momentum going — Bring Your Homebrew!   If it’s good, show it off.  If it’s bad, seek feedback from many of our qualified judges.  I know you’ve got some beer – bring it!  Bring a raffle item and help support the club! Buy beer and your raffle item at our host’s store!! Support both our club and our host; remember, there is no food served at the spirits & wine store.

Recap of events:

56 Ring Grain Buy: 43 bags were sold at a 5% mark-up to the club

ACBF: Huge event – Safe to discuss

Rocky Mountain Homebrew Club Challenge 2013: The first round of judging was completed on 10 Nov. Our club had 2 judges and 1 steward present

New / recurring:

Brew Bus:

  • Need to make a $220 security deposit and an additional $1,000 is due on the 13th. Forty three tickets are sold and there are still 9 tickets for sale. Ticket Price $45?, start time 09:30, locations – Prost, Sandlot, lunch, Epic and Lonetree on the way home.

  • Landy in charge of beer

  • Lefty & Brian in charge of donations

  • Raffle to be held @ 11AM Prost (expected arrival time 10AM)

  • Expendables: Ice, glasses, burritos, trash bags, paper towels, bubble wrap, tape, raffle tickets. Reusable: Jockey Box, Real towels, white board, markers & eraser

 

Portable Microphone System: Purchase was made by SAFE at COSTCO

Announce the winner of the Nick Brunette scholarship award.

The Club is nominating itself for the R annual award.

  • Safe has developed the rough outline

  • Josh Howard will write the first draft

  • We need pictures, an annual report, a club song, any activity that a member of the club was involved with, slide shows, videos (let’s use Axe’s Cream Ale), etc.

    • Ned will write the annual report

 

Wort Transformation – Chris? Timeline – after the new year; Chris to Judge? Lefty is the lead

Science on Tap – After New Year – Dino and Greg M met with the “crowd” on Monday. Dr Ken Andrews, the microbiologist at Bristol, has already pitched them as well as a spirit lecture from Mike Myers.  So we need a different twist.  Their calendar is booked for Dec so Greg left his contact info.

 

Bi-Law Update: Revise term limits and the mission statement (Educational 501 c 3)

Grain Buy update: $20 to the good and 53 bags purchased

  • Safe to check with Smiling Toad for a future purchase

 

Review of Equipment Buy List: We need to review the priorities of the list.

  • The laptop has not been purchased

  • Possible server purchase

 

Ski Trip: Deposit made: March 22 ski day at A Basin, parking spot #3 will have a picnic table and two parking spaces for our delivery vehicles.  Bring beach chairs, beer and food.  And get a four pack for A-Basin/Keystone before they sell out.

Peterson Air Force Base: Accepting all styles. Drop-off will be 10-24 Jan 2014; Judging is 7 & 8 Feb 14; Fest is Friday night 21 Feb 14

Elections: Who is running and who is swapping positions? Josh Howard to assume the Secretary & Public Affairs Role; Ray Smith to be the IT lead; need a succession plan and better “training” for at-large members

General membership Meeting: Remind folks to eat before coming. ?? Did we want to cater?? It’s a bit late to get numbers – Lefty has lead – checking with Front Range BBQ.

Consider a meeting at Duane’s Rocky Mountain Brewery? Consensus was no – move on

Pins were in – Ned had a sample to pass around

Pay Pal:  Tax ID – if we move $20,000 in funds, we will be “reported” to the IRS…

501 C 3: Needs to be based upon education and training. Sidney or Ned need to make it happen – or pay a company to make it happen.

Compensation for Officers: Ned has not sent it out for comment

VP & Secretary: Most likely will be joined again – unless Josh takes over the secretary role with Public affairs

Need for an Equipment Custodian: Big Bob has volunteered to take this role. Need to add this position to the charter and expand the role; manage, repair, etc.

At Large members: Need them to attend meetings and should be a grooming path to becoming a board member – or because they bring needed expertise in a specific area.

Charities Selected: We will ask the ACBF team to donate directly – on behalf of the BBoPP — $250 each to Care & Share, and Crosses for Losses. If we get more, we will add the Manitou Relief Fund

Friday socials: Next location ??

Membership Report:

Treasurer Report:

Pints Report:

Competitions:

Rocky Mountain Homebrew Challenge 16 Nov 13

Biere de Rock 7 Dec 13

Big Beers, Belgium’s and Barley Wines 10 Jan 2014

Peterson AFB: 7&8 Feb 2014

SWEETHEARTS REVENGE HOMEBREW COMPETITION: 15 Feb 2014

Peterson AFB Fest: 21 Feb 2014

Dredhop and Regalle: 22 Feb 2014

2014 Peak-to-Peak ProAm: 22 Mar 2014

1st Round of AHA Nationals: April 2014

8 Seconds of Froth: 17 May 2014


January 18, 2014

Member Meeting Minutes – November 2013

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Brew Bros of Pikes Peak (BBoPP) General Membership Meeting Minutes

13 November 2013

Approximately 35 members attended the November meeting held at Downtown Spirits and Liquor.  A special thank you to our hosts.

 

  1. Ned requested donations be collected for the art center that maintains the basement area. We were not charge a room fee and this was strickly voluntary.

  2. Ned asked if we had any new members:

    1. Keith — 1st kit; just started secondary fermentation

    2. Ben — 1st year of brewing; he has 2 fermenting right now

  3. Ned emphasized the benefits of being a club member; discounts at local shops and breweries; the opportunity to have your beer evaluated by BJCP judges; the Buddy Brew concept for new people or those wanting to change from extract to grain; our store, bulk buys, training; brew days and so much more.

  4. Ned pointed out that we have glasses and T-Shirts for sale – cash and carry tonight…

  5. Ned reminded all that this is a homebrew club and that members should be bringing homebrew to our meetings. He said the homebrew table looked fantastic tonight — great job everyone.

  6. Ned also reminded all that the raffle is how the club makes its money to support its members and often to buy new items such as the projector screen, projector, digital thermometer,  PA system and soon a laptop computer.

  7. Bowling Shirts – go to the BBoPP on-line store and commit. We need 24 to purchase and currently have a commitment from 6 members.

  8. Membership report: Ned announced that we started the year with 72 members and we now have 139 members on meetup.

  9. Treasurer’s report (LandyBrew): We had $2,325 and now have $5,678; however, $2,765 is from the bulk grain buy, $1.280 is from the brew bus, and we received $300 for expenses from the Craft Lager Fest, so $2,632 is available to support club initiatives, such as buying a laptop computer.

  10. Pints: Ned and LandyBrew briefed a draft new awards program – 4 pints gets a glass, 8 pints gets you a 5% discount; 16 pints gets you a 10% discount; pins with achievement levels will be given starting tonight. The following were awarded Pint Glasses: Lou and Marline; Joe and Cat; Greg Mizell

  11. Roles/election:

    1. Greg Mizell – president

    2. John Haven – VP

    3. Treasurer – John Landreman

    4. IT – Ray Smith

    5. Pubic Information/IT – Josh Howard

    6. Equipment – Bob Gray

    7. Competition Coordinator – Lefty

    8. Events Coordinator – Michele

    9. Education – Nick

    10. Pints – Landy

    11. At Large – Axe, Dino, Flanders, Dave Carpenter, Brian & Lori

  12. Comp Updates  briefed by Grez Mizell:

    1. Biere de Rock

    2. Big Beers & Barley Wine

    3. PAFB

    4. Natioals

  13. Events:

    1. 23 Nov Brew Bus

    2. A Basin ski…

  14. Firkin – great tapping at Actor’s place on 3 Nov; however, we need volunteers to fill it; Axe, Ben, Ray, ???? See our website and sign up for the firkin

  15. Friday’s Happy Hour will be at ??? – again, events are posted in Meetup

  16. Beer Bus – 23 Nov — 9 tickets still to be sold; have a great time; supports the Nick Brunetti scholarship fund.  4 stops, breakfast burrito and lunch is included & a jockey box is on board. see posting (file from Michele

  17. Meeting was adjourned


January 16, 2014

Board Meeting Minutes – January 2014

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8 January 2014

Executive Meeting

At Michele Gandy “new home”

Attending: Ned Brush, John Haven, Mike McGuckin, Michele Gandy, John Landreman, Greg Mizell, Rich Mock, Ray Smith, Dave Carpenter, Bob Grey, Axe

Next general meeting (GM):

14 January, 6PM, at Red Leg Brewing Company, 4630 Forge Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80907. They are normally closed on Tuesdays but are hosting our club meeting.  Bring a raffle item and help support the club! Buy beer, growler fills, swag, and gift cards from our host. Buy your raffle item from our host and support both our club and our host; remember, there is no food served at Red Legs.

Discussion:

  • Safe briefed the PAFB status: This is the club’s #1 event of the year

  • State of the Club to be briefed at 14 Jan meeting

  • Exiting Officers Award

  • What new member gave the most to the club in 2013?

  • 501 (c) 3 – Ned to make it happen

  • Pints for John and Denise – hosted Brew Day

  • Need to check the status of the server move from Stephen to site of Ray’s choice

  • Need to migrate documents from Ned to Google Drop Box

  • Define roles during transition

  • IT meeting needs to be planned and include Ned, Greg, Ray and John

  • Need to present new officers and at large members; roles folks moved from and to

  • CEP: for BJCP judges – training and experience for judges

  • Firkin: Axe to fill for PAFB; Nike Muller to take it after that

  • We want to move towards “style based meetings” – brew a style, taste and discuss

  • What events do we plan to support during 2014

    • Need an annual calendar:

      • PAFB

      • Ski trip

      • Big Brew Day

      • El Paso County Fair

      • Baseball and Football Games (tail gating)

      • Salida

      • Iron Brew

      • Brew Bus

      • Buddy Brew

      • Etc.

  • We need training sessions for all; they should be tiered; senior brewers need to learn too – they can’t always be the teachers; we need stretch goals

  • We need to conduct a survey of members – what level do you think you are

    • Incorporate it into the new member’s application

  • Remind members of the opportunity to submit beers for judging by our own judges. Provide their name, the style, any special ingredients or process; free to members

  • Do we have any special people we want to invite to PAFB?  Keith Villa, Mike Bristol, Etc

  •  ?? some special beer Friday Michele to lead?? Starts with a Q??

  • New membership form – John reviewed and provided comments to Ned

  • New Member sign-up process – John to review and comment

  • Facebook Acceptance? Who are administrators? Can we change the “name”…

  • BJCP National Judges: Axe and Landy; qualified to take the written exam: Ator, Flanders, SkyBrew and Lefty; Ator and SkyBrew to take written in March 2014

Recap and updates for GM meeting:

Elections and naming of delegates November 2013:

Greg to be president; John to be VP; Josh Howard to assume the Secretary & Public Affairs Role; Ray Smith to be the IT lead; Bob Grey to be the equipment manager; VP & Secretary: Most likely will be joined again

New Years Brew Day:

Biere de Rock Winners:

Big Beers and Barley Wine Winners

Executive Board Meeting 8 January 2014:

Review of Equipment Buy List:

Portable Microphone System:

Laptop Purchase:

The ACBF on behalf of the BBoPP donated  –- $250 to Care & Share, $125 to Crosses for Losses and $125 to the Manitou Relief Fund

Old Business:

The Club is nominating itself for the AHA Radegast Club of the Year

  • Safe developed the rough outline

  • Josh Howard wrote the first draft

  • We need pictures, an annual report, a club song, any activity that a member of the club was involved with, slide shows, videos (let’s use Axe’s Cream Ale), etc.

    • Ned will write the annual report

 

Wort Transformation – Chris? Timeline – after the new year; Chris to Judge? Lefty is the lead

Science on Tap – After New Year – Dino and Greg M met with the “crowd” on Monday. Their calendar is booked for 2013, so Greg left his contact info.

 

Bi-Law Update: Revise term limits and the mission statement (Educational 501 c 3); expand on equipment custodian role

Ski Trip: Deposit made: March 22 ski day at A Basin, parking spot #3 will have a picnic table and two parking spaces for our delivery vehicles.  Bring beach chairs, beer and food.  And get a four pack for A-Basin/Keystone before they sell out.

Peterson Air Force Base: Accepting all styles. Drop-off will be 10-24 Jan 2014; Judging is 7 & 8 Feb 14; Fest is Friday night 21 Feb 14

501 C 3: Needs to be based upon education and training. Sidney or Ned need to make it happen – or pay a company to make it happen.

Compensation for Officers: Ned has not sent it out for comment

At Large members: Need them to attend meetings and should be a grooming path to becoming a board member – or because they bring needed expertise in a specific area.

Membership Report:

Treasurer Report:

Pints Report:

Competitions:

AHA Round One: Registration for this year’s AHA National Homebrew Competition (NHC) will be different than previous years. To avoid the time-sensitive nature of the first come, first served model of past years, the 2014 competition will have an open registration period from Monday, January 27 through Sunday, February 2, during which members of the American Homebrewers Association can register for the competition. The time at which registration is submitted will have no influence on registrants, so there is no need to sign up as soon as registration opens, nor any value to waiting until the last minute.

Judging will be 12 April 2014

Peterson AFB: 7&8 Feb 2014

02/15/2014

SWEETHEARTS REVENGE HOMEBREW COMPETITION (no web site) LOVELAND, CO

Contact: Marciano Olivo Phone:   (970) 685-0805

Entry Deadline: 02/07/2014

02/22/2014

Reggale and DredHop Boulder, CO

Contact: Gray Slater Phone:   (303) 250-6972

Entry Fee: $7.00 / entry Entry Deadline: 02/06/2014

03/09/2014

Brew Hut Annual Aurora, CO

Contact: Geoff Humphrey Phone:   (303) 885-7287

Entry Fee: 0 Entry Deadline: 02/22/2014

03/22/2014

2014 Peak-to-Peak ProAm Longmont, CO

Contact: Don Blake Phone:   (303) 726-4364

Entry Fee: 7 Entry Deadline: 03/14/2014

04/11/2014

AHA National Homebrew Competition 1st Round, Denver, CO Arvada, CO

Contact: Don Blake Phone:   (303) 828-4678

Entry Fee: $14 for AHA Members only Entry Deadline: 03/17/2014

04/12/2014

7th Annual Liquid Poetry Slam 2014 (no web site) Fort Collins, CO

Contact: Cy Bevenger Phone:   (307) 399-5368

Entry Deadline: 04/04/2014

05/17/2014

8 Seconds of Froth Cheyenne, WY

Contact: Doug Schmidt Phone:   (307) 637-0190

Entry Fee: $7 Entry Deadline: 05/03/2014

 

Beer focused events:

4th Annual Winter Beer Fest Saturday, February 15, 2014 The Ute Pass Cultural Center – 210 E. Midland Ave. Woodland Park, CO Time: 2pm to 6pm. Cost: $17.50 advanced, $35 at the door.

Peterson AFB Fest: 21 Feb 2014

Bristol 10th Annual Firkin Rendezvous: 22 Feb 2014

Colorado Craft Beer Week:

March 21, 2014 8:00 am – March 29, 2014 11:00 pm

Colorado Springs area Craft Drink Week – tentatively 27 Apr – 3 May 2014

BBoPP supporting with Big Brew Day at PPBC

Big Brew Day: 3 May 2014

If it’s good, show it off.  If it’s bad, seek feedback from many of our qualified judges.


December 30, 2013

Peterson Air Force Base Homebrew Competition 2014

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The Peterson Air Force Base (AFB) Homebrew competition is an AHA/BJCP sanctioned event

More Info : http://pafb.brewcompetition.com/

More Info concerning entries below.

All entries must be electronically entered at http://pafb.brewcompetition.com/.

Each entry consists of two (2) bottles, entry fee and an entry/recipe form. 

Each bottle must have a bottle ID form attached with rubber bands. 

Bottles must have no labels, or other identifying markings (besides the bottle ID form). 

Entry/recipe and bottle ID forms can be found at these BJCP websites:

http://www.bjcp.org/docs/SCP_EntryRecipe.pdf

http://www.bjcp.org/docs/SCP_BottleID.pdf