Memphis homebrewer wins 2nd place in American Homebrewers Association Club-Only Competition for November
Congrats to Memphis homebrewer and FuzzyBrew contributor Nate Nowak, who won second place in the American Homebrewers Association Club-Only Competition for November.
Nate, who represented the Bluff City Brewers & Connoisseurs in the national contest, won second place for his “Old Kerfuffle,” an old ale that was three years in the making! Nate’s entry was one of 42 submitted by AHA homebrew clubs in 22 states.
Here’s more about the competition from the AHA website:
The AHA thanks Chris Frey and the Ann Arbor Brewers Guild of Ann Arbor, MI for hosting the Ant Hayes Memorial Burton (Old) Ale Club-Only Competition held November 17, 2012. This competition covered category 19A of the 2008 BJCP Style Guidelines. This was the third of six competitions in the August to May 2012-2013 cycle, with points going toward the Homebrew Club of the Year trophy. Points are awarded on a twelve-eight-four basis for first, second, and third place in the Club-Only Competitions. First, second, and third places in both the First and Final Round of the AHA National Homebrew Competition earn points on a six-four-two basis. [source]