Judges and Stewards required

Local and National competitions, including the NHC and the Welsh National.
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Judges and Stewards required

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As mentioned at BCB on Monday night, the National Homebrew Competition still needs more judges and stewards. The more people we have involved, the better the day will go for everybody, so please register to help if you can.

You don't need to have had any experience to become a steward, and if you've never done it before you'll find you can learn a lot on the day.
The NHC will be held over 2 days in September:
  • Friday 12th (evening) at Wiper and True
    Saturday 13th St Werburghs Community Centre
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Post by alikocho »

There will also need to be some volunteers to unpack, sort and label beers at Wiper and True in the week before the competition. Labels and crib sheets will be provided, to help remove the guess work.

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Post by PMowdes »

I can probably help most evenings running up to it Ali.
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Post by Bimster »

If judges can help then count me in.

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Post by Glo-ro_Bob »

Yep, I'm happy to help in advance if needed too.
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