Please fill in below to enter the 2020 Dunedin Craft Beer & Food Festival’s Homebrew Competition.
Thanks to our mates at Black Rock, Dunedin Malt House and Emerson’s Brewery, you could be brewing the 2021 Festival Beer! Entries remain at $10 per beer, and for your convenience this year we are taking payments online through the website on submission. For those who have multiple entries, we now offer a three-beer entry deal for $25 per person, with a maximum of six beer entries per person. Each homebrewed beverage you want to enter can be added below your personal details on the same entry.
If you have special instructions for the judges (e.g. request that the judges roll a bottle of Belgian Wit before serving) please include this in the special instructions section. For each beer entry, you will need to provide 2 bottles (each with a 330mL minimum size) and either post or drop them into Dunedin Malt House (596 Hillside Road, Dunedin). There are some great prizes up for grabs from our mates at Black Rock Brewing, Cryer Malt and other prizes from Dunedin Malt House.
The top three overall beer entries and their brewers, will receive trophies presented live at the Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival on Saturday 31st October. The overall winner will also receive the chance to brew their winning recipe with Emerson’s Brewery for the 2021 Dunedin Craft Beer and Food Festival’s very own Festival Beer, which is available on taps at the festival.
Entries must be received at Dunedin Malt House no later than 5pm on October 9th. Please remember, entries must be brewed by you on home brewing equipment. If you are a professional brewer or work at a brewery you must specify this. We hope, depending on numbers of entries, that we can also create a category just for brewing professionals. Good luck and get brewing!
Black Rock Homebrew Comp Entry
Please enter the details of your entry below, remember that you need to fill in this form for each beer you wish to enter into the competition. Please look through the BJCP Style Guidelines before choosing the beer style your beer will be judged as. You can find these guidelines in PDF form HERE.