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  • Jerome
    Bwoop, bwoop, bwoop! All hands on deck, all hands on deck! Anyone interested/available for help in any manner, your effort will be greatly appreciated. We need
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 1, 2010
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      Bwoop, bwoop, bwoop! All hands on deck, all hands on deck!

      Anyone interested/available for help in any manner, your effort will be greatly appreciated. We need all the judges we can get, if you're new to it, you'll be seated with an experienced judge. If you're interested but not willing to judge, sign up to steward.

      This is a great opportunity for Washington and the Region to show what we are capable of. When the big push comes to get the National Homebrewers Conference to Seattle we'll have proven our quality.

      Cheers,
      Jerome

      Message from Tim Hayner who is organizing all this is below:

      Judges/Stewards/Staff:

      You are receiving this email because you have already responded to previous messages and have said that you plan to participate in this event as a judge, steward or a staff member, OR, you are a judge that we know commonly participates in these events and just haven't replied yet.

      If you have already responded to us, no need to do so again. We have you on our list and we'll anticipate seeing you. If you have not yet responded to tell us that you plan to participate, PLEASE reply to this email so we can get your info down.

      We have heard from the AHA today that the NW Region has between 670 and 690 entries currently registered with 1 more day in the entry window. Some of those may be duplicates or no-shows, but we are expecting well in excess of 600 entries. Regardless, this will be the largest homebrew competition in Washington EVER. WE NEED YOU! If you have already responded, we are counting on your participation. Again, if you haven't already responded and plan to participate, please reply soon.

      Here's the run-down on dates, times, etc: Pyramid Brewing, 1201 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134-1238

      Wednesday Night 4/7/10 at Pyramid Brewing, in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will meet to do the bottle sort. We'll plan to get a majority done Wednesday, with Thursday as the clean up day.

      Thursday Night 4/8/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will finish the bottle sort.

      Friday Night 4/9/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will hold one judging session for all judges who can make it. Our hope is to knock out approximately 100 entries on Friday night.

      Saturday 4/10/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 8:00 am start. Judges, stewards and staff should arrive at Pyramid between 8:00 am and 8:30. We will begin registering judges as soon as they arrive. We will have orientation, instruction and begin our first session at or before 9:00 am. This will be a queue type format where judges available will be assigned a flight. It will be the judges responsibility to speak up and identify that there is or may be a conflict with the flight in question. If you cannot make it at the very beginning, or have to leave early, please come anyway and participate as long as you are able.

      Lunch will be provided and will be available until everyone has an opportunity to get something to eat. We will not be breaking formally as many competitions tend to do. As judges finish their lunch break, they will be assigned a new flight and continue on. We need to make the very most of all the time and participants available.

      One last time, if you are a BJCP judge and have not yet responded to one of these calls for judges, please reply and advise if you plan to attend.

      If you have any questions, please email me at tim@... We will see you next week!

      Cheers!

      Tim Hayner - Director
    • Russell Everett
      Fine, twist my arm. Do I just email Tim? Also, do you have to be BJCP? Russell H. Everett, J.D. http://russelleverett.blogspot.com
      Message 2 of 4 , Apr 2, 2010
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        Fine, twist my arm.  Do I just email Tim? 

        Also, do you have to be BJCP?




        Jerome wrote:
         

        Bwoop, bwoop, bwoop! All hands on deck, all hands on deck!

        Anyone interested/availabl e for help in any manner, your effort will be greatly appreciated. We need all the judges we can get, if you're new to it, you'll be seated with an experienced judge. If you're interested but not willing to judge, sign up to steward.

        This is a great opportunity for Washington and the Region to show what we are capable of. When the big push comes to get the National Homebrewers Conference to Seattle we'll have proven our quality.

        Cheers,
        Jerome

        Message from Tim Hayner who is organizing all this is below:

        Judges/Stewards/ Staff:

        You are receiving this email because you have already responded to previous messages and have said that you plan to participate in this event as a judge, steward or a staff member, OR, you are a judge that we know commonly participates in these events and just haven't replied yet.

        If you have already responded to us, no need to do so again. We have you on our list and we'll anticipate seeing you. If you have not yet responded to tell us that you plan to participate, PLEASE reply to this email so we can get your info down.

        We have heard from the AHA today that the NW Region has between 670 and 690 entries currently registered with 1 more day in the entry window. Some of those may be duplicates or no-shows, but we are expecting well in excess of 600 entries. Regardless, this will be the largest homebrew competition in Washington EVER. WE NEED YOU! If you have already responded, we are counting on your participation. Again, if you haven't already responded and plan to participate, please reply soon.

        Here's the run-down on dates, times, etc: Pyramid Brewing, 1201 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134-1238

        Wednesday Night 4/7/10 at Pyramid Brewing, in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will meet to do the bottle sort. We'll plan to get a majority done Wednesday, with Thursday as the clean up day.

        Thursday Night 4/8/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will finish the bottle sort.

        Friday Night 4/9/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will hold one judging session for all judges who can make it. Our hope is to knock out approximately 100 entries on Friday night.

        Saturday 4/10/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 8:00 am start. Judges, stewards and staff should arrive at Pyramid between 8:00 am and 8:30. We will begin registering judges as soon as they arrive. We will have orientation, instruction and begin our first session at or before 9:00 am. This will be a queue type format where judges available will be assigned a flight. It will be the judges responsibility to speak up and identify that there is or may be a conflict with the flight in question. If you cannot make it at the very beginning, or have to leave early, please come anyway and participate as long as you are able.

        Lunch will be provided and will be available until everyone has an opportunity to get something to eat. We will not be breaking formally as many competitions tend to do. As judges finish their lunch break, they will be assigned a new flight and continue on. We need to make the very most of all the time and participants available.

        One last time, if you are a BJCP judge and have not yet responded to one of these calls for judges, please reply and advise if you plan to attend.

        If you have any questions, please email me at tim@bigalbrewing. com We will see you next week!

        Cheers!

        Tim Hayner - Director

      • Michael Mehigan
        Russell (and anyone else going to the judging), I contacted Tim about being a steward since I m not BJCP and haven t judged before. He told me to show up
        Message 3 of 4 , Apr 4, 2010
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          Russell (and anyone else going to the judging),

          I contacted Tim about being a steward since I'm not BJCP and haven't judged before.  He told me to show up Saturday morning (it's going to be an early morning).  I live in Greenwood so if you're going on the 10th and are interested in carpooling let me know.

          Mike


          To: seattle_homebrewers@yahoogroups.com
          From: ciacontra@...
          Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2010 13:42:01 -0700
          Subject: Re: [seattle_homebrewers] Re: AHA NHC NW Region Judging At Pyramid 650+ Entries!!!

           
          Fine, twist my arm.  Do I just email Tim? 

          Also, do you have to be BJCP?





          Jerome wrote:
           
          Bwoop, bwoop, bwoop! All hands on deck, all hands on deck!

          Anyone interested/availabl e for help in any manner, your effort will be greatly appreciated. We need all the judges we can get, if you're new to it, you'll be seated with an experienced judge. If you're interested but not willing to judge, sign up to steward.

          This is a great opportunity for Washington and the Region to show what we are capable of. When the big push comes to get the National Homebrewers Conference to Seattle we'll have proven our quality.

          Cheers,
          Jerome

          Message from Tim Hayner who is organizing all this is below:

          Judges/Stewards/ Staff:

          You are receiving this email because you have already responded to previous messages and have said that you plan to participate in this event as a judge, steward or a staff member, OR, you are a judge that we know commonly participates in these events and just haven't replied yet.

          If you have already responded to us, no need to do so again. We have you on our list and we'll anticipate seeing you. If you have not yet responded to tell us that you plan to participate, PLEASE reply to this email so we can get your info down.

          We have heard from the AHA today that the NW Region has between 670 and 690 entries currently registered with 1 more day in the entry window. Some of those may be duplicates or no-shows, but we are expecting well in excess of 600 entries. Regardless, this will be the largest homebrew competition in Washington EVER. WE NEED YOU! If you have already responded, we are counting on your participation. Again, if you haven't already responded and plan to participate, please reply soon.

          Here's the run-down on dates, times, etc: Pyramid Brewing, 1201 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134-1238

          Wednesday Night 4/7/10 at Pyramid Brewing, in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will meet to do the bottle sort. We'll plan to get a majority done Wednesday, with Thursday as the clean up day.

          Thursday Night 4/8/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will finish the bottle sort.

          Friday Night 4/9/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will hold one judging session for all judges who can make it. Our hope is to knock out approximately 100 entries on Friday night.

          Saturday 4/10/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 8:00 am start. Judges, stewards and staff should arrive at Pyramid between 8:00 am and 8:30. We will begin registering judges as soon as they arrive. We will have orientation, instruction and begin our first session at or before 9:00 am. This will be a queue type format where judges available will be assigned a flight. It will be the judges responsibility to speak up and identify that there is or may be a conflict with the flight in question. If you cannot make it at the very beginning, or have to leave early, please come anyway and participate as long as you are able.

          Lunch will be provided and will be available until everyone has an opportunity to get something to eat. We will not be breaking formally as many competitions tend to do. As judges finish their lunch break, they will be assigned a new flight and continue on. We need to make the very most of all the time and participants available.

          One last time, if you are a BJCP judge and have not yet responded to one of these calls for judges, please reply and advise if you plan to attend.

          If you have any questions, please email me at tim@bigalbrewing. com We will see you next week!

          Cheers!

          Tim Hayner - Director





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        • Russell Everett
          Hey Tim, Meredith and I will be going to judge on Saturday. I think you ll enjoy being a steward, usually you get a sip of the polar ends of the judging
          Message 4 of 4 , Apr 4, 2010
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            Hey Tim,

            Meredith and I will be going to judge on Saturday.  I think you'll enjoy being a steward, usually you get a sip of the polar ends of the judging spectrum: the best things, which are delicious, and the worst things, which are...instructive.

            We'd appreciate a ride down there, email me off the main list and we'll set it up.

            To everyone else: if you haven't judged before I would encourage anyone else out there to volunteer to steward, it's a great way to see what it's all about.


            Cheers
            Russell




            Michael Mehigan wrote:
             

            Russell (and anyone else going to the judging),

            I contacted Tim about being a steward since I'm not BJCP and haven't judged before.  He told me to show up Saturday morning (it's going to be an early morning).  I live in Greenwood so if you're going on the 10th and are interested in carpooling let me know.

            Mike


            To: seattle_homebrewers @yahoogroups. com
            From: ciacontra@gmail. com
            Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2010 13:42:01 -0700
            Subject: Re: [seattle_homebrewer s] Re: AHA NHC NW Region Judging At Pyramid 650+ Entries!!!

             
            Fine, twist my arm.  Do I just email Tim? 

            Also, do you have to be BJCP?





            Jerome wrote:
             
            Bwoop, bwoop, bwoop! All hands on deck, all hands on deck!

            Anyone interested/availabl e for help in any manner, your effort will be greatly appreciated. We need all the judges we can get, if you're new to it, you'll be seated with an experienced judge. If you're interested but not willing to judge, sign up to steward.

            This is a great opportunity for Washington and the Region to show what we are capable of. When the big push comes to get the National Homebrewers Conference to Seattle we'll have proven our quality.

            Cheers,
            Jerome

            Message from Tim Hayner who is organizing all this is below:

            Judges/Stewards/ Staff:

            You are receiving this email because you have already responded to previous messages and have said that you plan to participate in this event as a judge, steward or a staff member, OR, you are a judge that we know commonly participates in these events and just haven't replied yet.

            If you have already responded to us, no need to do so again. We have you on our list and we'll anticipate seeing you. If you have not yet responded to tell us that you plan to participate, PLEASE reply to this email so we can get your info down.

            We have heard from the AHA today that the NW Region has between 670 and 690 entries currently registered with 1 more day in the entry window. Some of those may be duplicates or no-shows, but we are expecting well in excess of 600 entries. Regardless, this will be the largest homebrew competition in Washington EVER. WE NEED YOU! If you have already responded, we are counting on your participation. Again, if you haven't already responded and plan to participate, please reply soon.

            Here's the run-down on dates, times, etc: Pyramid Brewing, 1201 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98134-1238

            Wednesday Night 4/7/10 at Pyramid Brewing, in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will meet to do the bottle sort. We'll plan to get a majority done Wednesday, with Thursday as the clean up day.

            Thursday Night 4/8/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will finish the bottle sort.

            Friday Night 4/9/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 5:30 to 6:00 pm start, we will hold one judging session for all judges who can make it. Our hope is to knock out approximately 100 entries on Friday night.

            Saturday 4/10/10 at Pyramid Brewing in Seattle 8:00 am start. Judges, stewards and staff should arrive at Pyramid between 8:00 am and 8:30. We will begin registering judges as soon as they arrive. We will have orientation, instruction and begin our first session at or before 9:00 am. This will be a queue type format where judges available will be assigned a flight. It will be the judges responsibility to speak up and identify that there is or may be a conflict with the flight in question. If you cannot make it at the very beginning, or have to leave early, please come anyway and participate as long as you are able.

            Lunch will be provided and will be available until everyone has an opportunity to get something to eat. We will not be breaking formally as many competitions tend to do. As judges finish their lunch break, they will be assigned a new flight and continue on. We need to make the very most of all the time and participants available.

            One last time, if you are a BJCP judge and have not yet responded to one of these calls for judges, please reply and advise if you plan to attend.

            If you have any questions, please email me at tim@bigalbrewing. com We will see you next week!

            Cheers!

            Tim Hayner - Director





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