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The Bruery’s Batch 300 Homebrew Contest!

The Bruery (Placentia, CA) is on the verge of brewing their 300th batch.  That’s a big milestone for a brewery just over 2 years old.  Instead of just brewing a special beer to commemorate this occasion, The Bruery wants you to decide in the form of a home brew con

The official announcement:
In celebration of The Bruery’s continued growth, the incredible support from our fansacross the country and our humble beginnings as homebrewers ourselves, we will be holdingour third ever homebrew competition; this one set to determine our 300th batch.The first place recipe of the competition will be brewed as our Batch No. 300 and thewinner will have the opportunity to assist us in brewing the batch on our system if they sochoose. The first, second and third place winners will also get various forms of swag.Along with the chance to have one of your very own recipes brewed and distributed, youwill also be helping us raise money for those in need, as the entire $10 entry fee will bedonated to local, Orange County charities.Please read the below rules carefully before submitting and good luck to all! Cheers! The Bruery

Entry information, terms and conditions

-Entries must be received at The Bruery by January 31st, 2011.

-Only the following BJCP categories will be accepted: 13F, 16, 17, 18, 22 & 23.
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-This is an AHA/BJCP sanctioned event and all entrants must be AHA members (this way the resulting beer can be entered in the GABF Pro-Am competition!).
– This competition is only open to beers brewed by entrants at home, not at a commercial brewery or a Brew On Premise.
-Entries must be sent to 715 Dunn Way, Placentia, CA 92870, Attn: Batch 300
-Each entry has an “entry fee” of $10 (checks made out to “The Bruery”) — 100% to be donated to charity.
-Entrants can submit as many entries as they would like. Each submission must have it’s own recipe sheet and $10 entry fee.

-Each entry must consist of 3 bottles of 12oz or larger (but not bigger than 750ml).

-The downloadable form at must be submitted along with your entry.
– In order for the winning batch to be brewed, we will require the winning brewer submit the recipe to us. The Bruery intends to produce this batch as a one-time offering, although we reserve the right to brew this recipe as a year-round or a seasonal offering without further compensation to the winning brewer. We will use our best efforts to brew this batch as similar to the winning beer as possible. However, there may be some variation due to the availability of ingredients and brewing system differences.

-The Bruery reserves the right to change the name of the beer.

Check out all you need to know at the official webpage –