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 Post subject: The winners
PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 8:06 pm 
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American Pale Ale; 1 Richard Pearce, 2 Steve Syson, 3 Roger Parry

American Amber & Brown Ales: 1&2 Graeme Coates, 3. Adrian Chapman

ESB: 1. Andrew Jardine, 2. Paul Russel, 3. Sandy McClure

Scotish and Irish Ale, English Brown Ale: 1. Graham Kingham, 2. Paul Mills, 3. Matt Leaver

Light and Amber Hybrids: 1. David Halse, 2&3 Nigel Poustie

Smoke and Wood-Aged: 1. Ali Kocho-Williams, 2. Paul Russel, 3. David Halse

Strong Ales: 1=Andrew Jardine, Graeme Coates, 2. Andrew Jardine, 3. David Budd

Belgian Strong: 1. Owen Sheerins, 2. Steve Syson, 3. Tony Milner

Belgian and French Ales: 1. Graeme Coates, 2. Steve Wright, 3. Karl Noonan

IPA: 1. Richard Poole, 2. Andrew Jardine, 3. Roger Parry

Standard and Best Bitters: 1. Arkadiusz Makarenko, 2. Mark Hulston, 3. Mark Nelson

Amber Lager, Bock: Gareth Lester-Olivier, 2. Gareth Lester-Olivier, 3. Tony Milner

Porter: 1. Sandy McClure, 2. Mark Grundy, 3. Matthew Hicks

Stout: 1. Mike Palmer, 2. Roger Parry, 3. Allan Gayton

Club Trophy: Bristol Craft Brewers

Specialty: 1. David Wilton, 2= Adrian Chapman, Ali Kocho-Williams

Wheat beers: 1. Graeme Coates

Light and Amber Hybrids: 1. David Halse, 2&3 Nigel Poustie

Light Lager, Pils: 1. Gareth Lester-Olivier, 2. Steve Wright, 3. Ed Murphy

Best of Show - 1st Tom Dobson, 2nd Graeme Coates, 3rd Graeme Coates

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:00 pm 
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Looks like I'll have to wait a couple of days to find out my scores. No idea how mine did.

Absolutely exhausted now.

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:10 pm 
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We won the club trophy too, well done all, Matt had the cup. He said we can all touch it at the next meeting ;-)

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This year I think that I will finally develop an invisible cardigan and my project to extract gold from spiders legs will also reap great rewards.


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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Sat Sep 03, 2011 10:46 pm 
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When I sort through the mountain of paperwork, you'll get scores and feedback. Give me a day or so.

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Sun Sep 04, 2011 7:40 pm 
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Confirmed category results up on the site, with Honourable Mentions (where made) given. In some cases your beer scores may be inaccurate (if they say zero don't panic, this is a quirk of the system and a result of not judges not always having completely finished the paperwork), but will be corrected asap.

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Results - National Homebrew Competition

Table 1: Light Lager, Pilsner (7 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Gareth Lester-Olivier Homegrown Pils Shed Brewers of East Anglia
2nd Steve Wright Bavarian Pilsener Northern Craft Brewers
3rd Ed Murphy Golden Sands Lager

Table 2: Light Hybrid Beer, Amber Hybrid Beer (7 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st David Halse DHA LAG London Amatuer Brewers
2nd Nigel Poustie Yorkshire Pale Ale
3rd Nigel Poustie Wheaty Blond Ale
HM Mathhew Johnston Experimental Take One


Table 3: Standard and Best Bitters (25 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Arkadiusz Makarenko Marynka Bitter Scottish Craft Brewers
2nd Mark Hulston Challenger
3rd Mark Nelson 79'er North Hampshire Brewers
HM Tim Daly Stick Man


Table 4: American Pale Ale (24 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Richard Pearce Bristol Homebrew Comp - APA London Amateur Brewers
2nd Steve Syson Simcoe APA MCBA
3rd Roger Parry Bristol APA Bristol Craft Brewers
HM Brett Ellis APA Brett Ellis


Table 5: Porter (17 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Sandy McClure King Porter's Chocolate stomp Bristol Brewers Circle / Bristol Craft Brewers
2nd Mark Grundy PC Porter Bristol Brewing Circle/Bristol Craft Brewers
3rd Matthew Hicks Ardley Dark Oxford Brewers Group


Table 6: Stout (22 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Michael Palmer Chocostout Bristol Brewing Circle/Bristol Craft Brewers
2nd Roger Parry Bristol Forrin Stout Bristol Craft Brewers
3rd Allan Gayton Sandalwood Stout MCBA
HM Ali Kocho-Williams Tsar Bristol Craft Brewers


Table 7: IPA (27 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Richard Poole Yate Imperial IPA Bristol craft Brewers
2nd Andrew Jardine Purple Dot Imperial IPA The Brewing Network
3rd Roger Parry Bristol AIPA Bristol Craft Brewers


Table 8: Belgian and French Ales (21 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Graeme Coates Boeuf de l'Ouest Oxford Brewers
2nd Steve Wright Le Caneton Vert dans les Couches Northern Craft Brewers
3rd Karl Noonan Nottoplan
HM Ali Kocho-Williams Biere de Mars


Table 9: Belgian Strong Ales (12 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Owen Sheerins Big Belgian Monster Glasgow Homebrewers
2nd Steve Syson Dubbel Trubbel MCBA
3rd Tony Milner Dubbel


Table 10: Strong Ales (10 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Graeme Coates The Handicapper Oxford Brewers
1st Andrew Jardine Cava Adsum The Brewing Network
2nd Andrew Jardine No Dot The Brewing Network
3rd David Budd Heacham Old Ale North Devon Brewers


Table 11: Smoke and Wood Aged Beers (10 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Ali Kocho-Williams Crafty Smoke Bristol Craft Brewers
2nd Russell Paul Smoked Porter MCB
3rd David Halse DHa SP London Amatuer Brewers
HM Adrian Chapman Imperial Smoked Porter Northern Craft Brewers


Table 12: Specialty (10 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st David Wilton West End Brewery - Summer Citra London Amateur Brewers
2nd Ali Kocho-Williams Indian Ink Bristol Craft Brewers
2nd Adrian Chapman Schwarz IPA (Black IPA) Northern Craft Brewers
2nd Nigel Poustie Honey and Lavender Beer
HM paul mills Ozzy


Table 13: European Amber Lager, Dark Lager, Bock (6 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Gareth Lester-Olivier Runny Toast Shed Brewers of East Anglia
2nd Gareth Lester-Olivier Boston Lager Shed Brewers of East Anglia
3rd Tony Milner Doppelbock


Table 14: Scottish and Irish Ale, English Brown Ale (7 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st GRAHAM KINGHAM graham kingham NORTH DEVON BREWERS
2nd paul mills Strong Bob
3rd Matthew Leaver Winter Mild Bristol Craft Brewers
HM Matthew Hicks Ardley Brown Oxford Brewers Group


Table 15: Sour Ale, Fruit Beer, Spice/Vegetable Beer (9 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Ali Kocho-Williams Raspberry Donut Bristol Craft Brewers
2nd Thomas Dobson Vanilla Milk Stout
3rd Simon Tucker Green Teeth


Table 16: German Wheat and Rye Beer (5 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Graeme Coates Triticum Oxford Brewers


Table 17: ESB (24 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Andrew Jardine Red Heart PA The Brewing Network
2nd Russell Paul Wet Hop ESB MCB
3rd Sandy McClure Fuggle Me Not Bristol Brewers Circle / Bristol Craft Brewers
HM Mark Grundy ESB Bristol Brewing Circle/Bristol Craft Brewers


Table 18: American Amber and Brown Ales (15 entries)
Place Brewer(s) Entry Name Club
1st Graeme Coates Red Sparrowhawk Oxford Brewers
2nd Graeme Coates Bad Choirboy Oxford Brewers
3rd Adrian Chapman C.N.S Hops 2(Squared) Northern Craft Brewers
HM Gregg Irwin 015 Lammas London Amateur Brewers

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 12:30 pm 
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Feedback sheets will be mailed out in waves over the next few days. The first batch should be sent this afternoon.

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 6:36 pm 
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Couldn't be happier with that result. The 2 beers I thought might place both did :-)

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:05 pm 
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SandyM wrote:
Couldn't be happier with that result. The 2 beers I thought might place both did :-)


And you won a rather obscene amount on the raffle....


Well done with the beers!

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:37 pm 
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Sandy, I have your prizes and rosettes here, want to pick them up or shall I haul them to the next meeting?

As for the local lads, we certainly know where our strengths lie, just need to crack the l*ger side of things and we could get a clean sweep next year.....

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 Post subject: Re: The winners
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 7:54 pm 
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Trunky wrote:
Sandy, I have your prizes and rosettes here, want to pick them up or shall I haul them to the next meeting?

As for the local lads, we certainly know where our strengths lie, just need to crack the l*ger side of things and we could get a clean sweep next year.....


I judged the lagers. Aside from one brewer, it was generally a fairly weak field so of you can get it right, it's easy to do well. Top pointers would be - yeast selection and handling, boiling for long enough, and carbonating appropriately.

To be honest, several categories were thin this year (wheat beers?). They might not be next year. The brewer with the most awards, also had the largest number of entries spread accross categories.

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