Beers Win !

                                                            Beers Win !

BEER JUDGE CERTIFICATION – INTRODUCTION TO THE 2015GUIDELINES states:

            1. The BJCP Style Guidelines are guidelines not specifications. Take those words at face value, or their plain meaning. Guidelines are meant to describe general characteristics of the most common examples, and serve as an aid for judging; they are not meant to be rigorously-applied specifications that are used to punish slightly unusual examples.

            They are suggestions, not hard limits. Allow for some flexibility in judging so that well-crafted examples can be rewarded. The guidelines are written in detail to facilitate the process of the structured evaluation of beer as practiced in homebrewing competitions; don’t take each individual statement in a style description as a reason to disqualify a beer.

            Remember  entering one of your favorite drinking homebrews then get a low scoresheet just to see you made an incredible beer yet told to enter it in another category to win.

            Does this judge practice all of the above?

            Best regards,

            CaptMike

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