I did it last year, first time I ever sent something in, and it was nothing BUT helpful and constructive criticism. If you made something and you think it's good, send it on in!I'm not sure I want the reviews... I know what I like and that's what I try to make, but I don't have a particularly discerning palate and I'm worried that I'd be like a cafeteria cook ending up on Hell's Kitchen... I thought it was great, but nobody else liked it...
Brilliant!I've taken to bottling at least 8 beer bottles for every mead I do, not just for the sake of competitions, but so that I can sample smaller amounts as it continues to age - in cases where I've bottled early this has saved me a lot of wasted mead!
I just borrow a capper from the local home brew store, they give it out free. Make sure to use the beer bottles with a thick lip (the ones that require a cap remover, not the twist off) as they make a better seal.Brilliant!
I should try this...but I don't have any beer bottles...plus, how am I gonna cap 'em? I only have a corker.
Heya Yabodie!7 entries should be at your door step on Monday Wayne.
I had extras of the three entries I submitted last year, including the really good mead from Mead Free or Die, and the other really good mead for Mazers Cup. I hope they aged well in the bottle and if not oh well.
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