COMPETITION DETAILS

2022 Registration Is Now Open – Register Here

Updates for 2022
› We are committed to hosting this event in a way that protects our Judges and Stewards just as much as your entries. We’ve forgone rolling out additional external features to dial in our competition safety protocols.

› A customized, simplified set of style guidelines developed in coordination with professional brewers and judges that provides a more efficient registration and evaluation process.

Participants
› Open to Operating U.S. and International Breweries Only (Must provide TTB Brewers Notice or equivalent to enter) – Homebrewers not eligible
› Limit 10 entries per brewery | 40 entries across all locations. Multiple locations with separate TTB numbers allowed, 10 entries per location.
› EARLY BIRD: $55/beer Nov 1st – Nov 15th | $65/beer Nov 16th – Dec 24th | LAST CALL: $75/beer Dec 25th – Dec 31st
› A brewery may enter a category with as many unique entries as they like. (If you brew six American Pale Ales, you may enter all six.)
› No single beer may be entered more than once or in multiple categories.
› All bottles and cans must be shipped to the event location in Redmond, OR and received between Jan 31st – Feb 11th, 2022.
› BJCP sanctioned event judged by fellow brewers. professional judges, and industry leaders
› Registration for 2022 OPENS NOVEMBER 1st, 2021
› Registration will CLOSE 11:59:59 PM (23:59:59) DECEMBER 31st, 2021
› Judging will be held at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds March 4-6, 2022.
› This event is only open to judges. No need to send a representative. Just beer.
› Refund Policy: 100% refund by December 31st (less 10% processing fee) – 50% refund by January 31st (less 10% processing fee)

Medalists will receive
Heavy duty Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals you’ll be proud to display
Promotional social media marketing materials
Medals and competition feedback will be within one month after event
One automatic comped entry for the following year’s contest
Recognition with other medalists in a full page advertisement in national print media