State Amateur Brewing Show is open for entries

Better known as SABSOSA to its mates, the 2020 competition is now open to enter for 2020. Most of you know the drill but if you’ve never entered a competition before, it’s easy. Read on.

Everything you need to know is on the website at https://www.sabsosa.com.au/ Read all the information carefully as it has changed.

Register for 2020, even if you’ve done it before, and add your beers, pay ONLINE and then print out the labels. Fix to bottles with a RUBBER BAND ONLY and drop them off.

Tell your brewer mates too. We want lots of entries this year.

Follow SABSOSA on Facebook for updates and after judging is over on Sept 18/19, check your scores, sweep in and pick up your loot of medals and tell your craft-loving brothers in law that you have proof your beers are good.

Judge training opportunity at Pirate Life

There is a judges ‘training session’ on Tuesday 8 September, 6.30pm at Pirate Life. Numbers limited to 20. You must register as a judge in the portal. Invites will only go out that way. More details to come.

If you have registered, log in and then choose Edit Account from the My Account menu indicated by the icon on the top menu and edit your preferences to judge (and/ or steward).

SABSOSA State Homebrew Results

The results are in, with plenty of representation and wins from SABC members.

Well done to Adam Beauchamp who took out the Champion Brewer gong this year with 4 first placings and a string of other strong results.

For more info and to see the result head to sabsosa’s website:
http://www.sabsosa.com/

We will add photos (once available) from the presentation day this coming Sunday (15th September) at the Wheatsheaf Hotel from 12.30pm, we hope to see a great turnout on Sunday for the presentation.

Well done to the SABSOSA committee and a big thanks to the Sponsors for their generous contributions to help make this great even happen year after year.