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From: hplabs!harvard!ima!wang7!klm
Subject: Homebrew Contest Info
Date: 1989-02-04 16:18:06 GMT

Received: by gozer.uucp (pcmail) Fri Feb 3 05:37:54 1989
Date: Fri Feb 3 05:37:54 1989
From: Kevin [My Amiga has e-mail] McBride <klm@gozer.uucp>
Message-ID: <105@gozer.uucp>

In response to the flurry of rumors about the AHA competition, I am
submitting this in hopes of clearing up any confusion or mis-information.

The Winter 1988 (Vol. 11, No. 5) issue of Zymurgy, page 32 has information
on the competition. Following are selected excerpts from that page:

Enter the 1989 Eleventh Annual American Homebrewers Association
National Homebrew Competition

Entry deadline will be April 24, 1989. Preliminary juding will take
place April 25 to May 15 in Boulder, Colorado. Finals will be judged
June 7 and 8 in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky. Complete details, registration
forms, rules and regulations will appear in the Spring 1989 issue of
Zymurgy magazine, which members should receive by mid-March. (See below
for advance information requests.)

Here are a few rules to keep in mind:

o For the Preliminary Judging all entrants must submit ONE 10 to 14
ounce green or brown glass bottle. Wire and porcelain swing tops
and corks are not acceptable closures. Use only crown caps.

[This is important! Now you know how to bottle your (hopefully) winning
entry.]

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[moving on to the bottom of the page, we see: ]

Additional information will be sent to all active members of the AHA
by mid-March, 1989. Advance information is available on request, but
request must be accompanied by self-addressed, stamped (45 cents)
business-sized envelope. Call or write the American Homebrewers
Association, Box 287, Boulder, CO 80306 USA, (303) 447-0816.

Hope this helps everybody to relax and not worry.

--
Kevin McBride Amiga // | Yes, 'gozer' is my Amiga.
McBeer Brewery // | Pretty soon, everybody will
Nashua, NH \\ // | be running Usenet on their
.!ima!wang7!gozer!klm \x/ Rules! | Amigas.

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