Hail Brewsters & Brewers of the West!
Our friends to the South
have sent us additional details about the Contest and Taste of Caid taking place
at the Great Western War. Please note the special details (Forms &
Entry fee per bottle) that must be filled out ahead of time. I will be at
the October Crown guild meetings, with the intent to ferry bottles/entries down
to the GWW the following week. So, if you want to participate in a large
brewing contest and exhibition of brewing arts, but can't make it to GWW on your
own, please get your entries ready. Note: there are two different
events. The Contest earlier in the day has strict requirements, but the
Taste of Caid is free and open to all who wish to participate. If you give
me bottles without official entry forms, I will assume you only mean them to go
to the Taste of Caid.
Here is the announcement from the
The Right Noble Brewers Guild of Caid
will be hosting our 4th Annual Inter-Kingdom Brewing Contest at Great Western
War. The Contest will take place Saturday, October 11, 2008. I am also pleased
to announce that the contest medallions will be returning to our contest this
year! Furthermore I am pleased to announce that for the first time our contest
has a sponsor! Beer Beer and More Beer (www.morebeer. com) has agreed to give
gift certificates to our contest winners.
entries will be accepted between 8 a.m and 10 a.m. in the Arts and Sciences
Results and bottle return will be (hopefully) during the Taste of Caid
between the hours of 9 p.m. and 11 p.m.
No more than 9 entries per
contestant, and no more than 3 individual entries per category, will be
There will be a charge of $3.00 per entry to help offset the cost
of the medallions, cash only; no checks will be accepted.
For a full
copy of the brewing contest rules, please visit the site on the web: http://brewers.sca-caid.org/gwwbc/GWWBC4.htm
or contact via email:
Please note that this contest is being run by the Right Noble Brewers
Guild of Caid and is not associated with the Inter-kingdom Brewers