Tumut Show Home Brew Competition

March 03, 2015

Tumut Show Home Brew Competition

Hey Guys it's that time of year again, time for the Tumut Show and the Home Brew Competition.

This year we're doing things a little different. Since we now have a micro brewery we thought it would be the perfect place to have the tasting and judging.

Friday Night (March 6) we will be gathering (from 6PM) for tasting and judging. All entrants are welcome to attend and we will have snacks available.

To those of you looking to enter we need your beer ideally by Thursday night. We'll pop it straight in the fridge and it'll be ice cold (unless you'd prefer it warmer) for the judging.

Entry forms are available from The Tumut Show Society's website, here or The Tumut show ground all this week from 9 - 5.

Please get your beers in because its always a case of the more the merrier. See you all on friday!!!






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