Chris Frey writes, by email:
As they prepared to announce the winner of the Gold Medal for American Pale Ale, with 388 entered into the National Committee(the largest of any style entry), Janis Gross, AHA competition director stated “If you win this, you’re an awesome brewer”…and then they announced Bob & Kim Barrett won!
Our table of Michigan natives hooped and hollered as Bob buried his face into his hands, overwhelmed with emotion. I can assure you he is riding high and we are all so proud and happy for both of them!
Along with the Gold Medal, they won a beginners brewing system and an extract Nut Brown Ale recipe – go figure!
The July meeting of the AABG (Beer-BQ) is Saturday
the 21st (note: 3rd Saturday) and will be hosted by Steve Darnell.
See the map and directions, or download the newsletter.
Families are invited and welcomed. The Beer-BQ is our annual celebration, and is open only to AABG members, their families and friends.
Continue reading Beer-BQ 2007!
Best of show in the Arbor Brewing / Corner Brewing “Brews Crews” competition went to Jason Pruette for his Ale-n-Dog Alt Blind. We understand that Jason and Matt will probably be brewing this in August.
The list of first round winners (1st, 2nd and 3rd place) is available online.
Best of Show first runner-up was Bob Barrett’s Oberon Clone, and second runner-up was John Rathmell’s Realm of Osmodius Imperial Stout.
The two attached photos are of imperial stout a friend and I brewed, 15 hours and 22 hours after pitching.
Continue reading The yeast that ate Ann Arbor
AABG has a new web home. Please bookmark aabg.org.
We will be rolling out some new features, to give you a more dynamic web home. AABG members will be able to contribute content directly, so you won’t have to rely on the webmasters’ schedule and time available. You can search all postings on the site (but not the newsletters, at least not yet) using the convenient search box on every page.
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