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Brew Brighton Brew Local

October 27, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm


Brew Brighton: Brew Local is a celebration of natural, locally sourced ingredients. We aim to inspire brewers to learn more about their local producers, native fauna and microbes and their back garden vegetable patches. Your entries don’t have to be local to Brighton, just local to where you brewed the beer.

Entries can be placed in one of 4 categories:

Locally Produced – a beer with a local, small scale ingredients added. Think farmer’s market, or go direct to a farmer near you.
Locally Grown – a beer with ingredients that you’ve grown yourself added to the mix.
Locally Foraged – a beer with locally foraged ingredients. Please don’t take any risks with plant identification, we don’t want any poisoned judges!
Local Yeast – a beer fermented with yeast you’ve captured from the local environment.

Please include as much information about the ingredients, their source and the style as possible. We won’t have the standard categories on the entry forms.

Feel free to add more than one local ingredient, just put the beer in the most appropriate category and include information about all ingredients.

Entries will be judged against the 2015 BJCP Style Guidelines.

Eligibility: This competition is open to everyone, worldwide. Competition Organizers, staff, judges and stewards may enter the competition. Measures are in place to ensure fair, anonymous, judging. Judges and stewards will not be assigned to categories that they have entered. Entries must have been made at home. Those made in commercial establishments, including brew-on-premise establishments, are not eligible.


October 27, 2018
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sanctioned by:
Classes accepted:
Entrant restrictions:
Entries accepted until:
October 7, 2018
Postal entry closes:
October 12, 2018
This event is looking for:
Judges, Stewards


Homebrew Brighton
Organised by :
Homebrew club



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