Barley Creek Charity Homebrew Contest & Family BBQ 5/18

imageBarley Creek's Charity Hombrew Contest and Family BBQ
To celebrate American Craft Beer Week

-Where: Barley Creek's Pint Sized Park and Pavilion
-When: Friday May 18th from 6:00pm to 9:00pm
-What: Homebrew Contest and family outing. Bring your friends, your own beer, family, a grill, and some food for a night of local beer and family games!

-Proceeds for the event will go to The United Way

Competitor Info:
-Categories will be judged by a panel of seasoned beer geeks
-Categories are broken down into Lager/Ale/Belgian Style Beer
-$15 Donation to United Way per beer entered. No limit to how many beers one participant may enter.
-Each Participant will receive 10lbs of free bulk grain just for entering. (any combination of grain from Barley's grain room equaling 10lbs.)

-Best Ale/Best Lager/Best Belgian Beer will each receive a 2012 Barley Creek Mug Club Membership.

-The homebrew club that has the most members participating will receive a trophy.

-"Best of Show" Grand Prize award will be given to the brewer with the overall best tasting, and most memorable beer. He/She will be able to become a guest brewer for a day at Barley Creek and brew their winning recipe to be commercially available on tap at our Brewpub. The brewer will also receive a free 2012 Mug Club Membership and a free sixtel of their finished product, or the equivalent in growler fills.

For information on how to enter or questions about the event email -

Other activities include but are not limited to...
-Bocce Ball
-Party Games
-Brewing Demos
Yes! We are letting you bring and consume your own beer and food! In fact... you're encouraged to!

So come on down to Barley Creek support the United Way and American Craft Beer Week and overall have a good time!

About Bil Cord

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