KCBM 2010

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fergmeister
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KCBM 2010

#1 Post by fergmeister » Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:47 pm

LBG brings home the bacon. As some may remember the 27th KCBM competition was this last weekend. LBG brought home 11 medals for our efforts. And the winners were:

Angelo Ruiz: Cat. 3 Bronze, European Amber Lager
Cat. 6 Gold, Light Hybrid Beer
Cat. 9 Silver, Scottish 80
Cat. 15 Bronze, German Wheat
Cat. 23 Gold, Specialty Beer

Brick: Cat. 12 Silver, Brown Porter

Jim McGovern: Cat. 18 Gold, Belgian Dark Strong Ale

Chuck Ferguson: Cat. 9Bronze, Scottish Wee Heavy
Cat. 19 Gold, English Barleywine
Cat. 19 Silver, Old Ale (English Barleywine)
Cat. 19 Bronze, English Barleywine

Chris Stenger, claiming dual citizenship and listed as KCBM, took Gold for Cat. 17 Sour Ale with a Gueze

WooHoo :occasion5: :occasion5: :occasion5: :occasion5: :occasion5:
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Re: KCBM 2010

#2 Post by Steve Brown » Mon Feb 22, 2010 4:28 pm

Congratulations to all the winners!

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Re: KCBM 2010

#3 Post by Blktre » Mon Feb 22, 2010 5:24 pm

Way to Represent! No surprise there! :D
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Re: KCBM 2010

#4 Post by Jdl973 » Mon Feb 22, 2010 11:28 pm

OUT FREAKING STANDING. Well Done all, congratulations.

We should have a tasting at the next meeting of all the winners....
BEFORE THERE WAS MATHEMATICS, RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY OR CULTURE...THERE WAS BEER.

In Primary:............. None (how sad is that?)
In Secondary:..........None...see above
On Tap: ..........Barley Wine from 2006, BGSA from 2006...

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Re: KCBM 2010

#5 Post by csbosox » Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:43 am

I'll list as LBG at our competition!

I was doing the mini-BOS for cat 19 and I got to try all of Chucks beers, they were all outstanding. I was really fighting for his silver medal winning beer to get the gold, if I would have known they were all his it would have been a lot easier. It is really amazing to sweep a category like that. Of course, 5 medals in 5 different categories is pretty awesome too, congrats Angelo!

My gold medal Gueze also won be the Belgian BOS. I'll bring a bottle to the next meeting.
Chris Stenger

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Re: KCBM 2010

#6 Post by cyburai » Tue Feb 23, 2010 12:43 pm

That was impressive. Nice to watch. Makes me proud of the club.
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Re: KCBM 2010

#7 Post by Melonmon » Tue Feb 23, 2010 3:22 pm

Congratulations, winners. An outstanding showing!

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Re: KCBM 2010

#8 Post by Bierdog » Fri Feb 26, 2010 8:10 am

Congrats to the Winners!!!!

I couldn't make the Brewfest, any chance members could taste the winning brews at a up coming meeting?

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