How to read a BJCP Scoresheet

By Nick Holt As a club we have spent a lot of time in mini-comps talking about how to fill in a scoresheet, and I have previously written about the importance of understanding how to do this as part of my preparation to become a BJCP judge. However, thinking back to when I first joined …

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Fault training at The Mill on Constance

The Best Exam You Have Ever Studied For

By Nick Holt Recently Tony van Der linden, Dion Clark, Ricky Schmidt, and I sat the BJCP tasting exam with hopes to become a BJCP Beer Judge. This article explains my journey through the process. It was fun, and as the title of the article says it was the best exam I have ever studied …

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How to Fill a Keg the Troy Parker Way

Clean, sanitise and purge keg with CO2. (The purge allows checking the keg for leaks before filling) Hook up beer line to keg out post allowing excess sanitiser in the keg to pour out and release any pressure in the keg. Once the CO2 slows to a stop attach to fermenter. Remove beer line from …

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