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    Quote Originally Posted by Noe Palacios View Post
    Pablo, next time you'll be in Central America you have to bring some of your bronze mead, congratulaions.

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    Maybe auction one and see what it goes for. If high enough, maybe a new vocation!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayneb View Post
    FWIW, oldies apparently were goodies at this year's Mazer Cup. Remember a certain spin on the old Apple Butter Cyser I did back a few years (well, way back about 7 years ago)?

    For those of you relatively new to the GotMead forum, it is this recipe: http://www.gotmead.com/forum/showthr...576#post100576
    Wow. An oldie but a goodie.
    That Brewlog is like a master course in high gravity fermentation.



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    I won!!! Unreal... I just don't understand how many medals I won. One of my entries (sour cherry) listed as first in two categories (253 and 254). Does that mean 2 medals?? Also, my strawberry got silver in - 256 Berry Melomel, Dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paraordnance View Post
    I won!!! Unreal... I just don't understand how many medals I won.
    Congratulations. Clearly you have a way with fruit. (Though you should submit a mead to only one category).

    I hope you will post up a meadlog or recipe thread so others can learn from you.


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    Looks like you did great and congrats on the medal! It might be a mistake though since their appears to be a duplication in the two catagories.


    Gold Thomas Repas Cabernet Pyment None
    Silver Yancy Bodenstein The Grape Escape BURP
    Bronze Ben Backlund Gewurztraminer Pyment None

    253 - OTHER FRUIT MELOMEL, DRY
    Medal Mead Maker(s) Mead Name Club
    Gold Ivan Kozoletov Sour cherry None
    Silver Yancy Bodenstein The Grape Escape BURP
    Bronze Ben Backlund Gewurztraminer Pyment None

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medsen Fey View Post
    Congratulations. Clearly you have a way with fruit. (Though you should submit a mead to only one category).

    I hope you will post up a meadlog or recipe thread so others can learn from you.


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    That's what I did, I submitted my sour cherry melomel to only 1 category (Melomel Dry, Other) and only sent 3 bottles of it. I'm not sure why and how this melomel ended up in two categories simultaneously. FG was 1.008 so I considered it as dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paraordnance View Post
    That's what I did, I submitted my sour cherry melomel to only 1 category (Melomel Dry, Other)
    Oh.
    Well then,... I'll leave it to Oskaar or Wayneb to explain.


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    Looks like a little proofreading of the MCI web winners list is in order. I've alerted Oskaar.
    Na zdrowie!

    Wayne B.

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    Congrats everyone

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    Congratulations everyone! It was a fun year. Sorry its been so long for a post but life got in the way for a while. And now its almost time to brew. (for me anyway)

    Steve
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    Anyone get their scoring sheets yet? WVMJ

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    I received it yesterday.
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    I got the score sheets but what about the Mazer Cups for the winners? I was really hoping to get these nice little Mazer Cups in a mail as well I saw them at award ceremony when they called my name... Does anybody know if they will be mailed out?

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    I brought my score sheets home with me. Both of my new mazer cups are proudly displayed above my fireplace where I can look at them each day and ask myself what to brew next.

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    Congrats Sandman. Paraordnance, send an email to gotmead@gotmead.com and ask Vicky about it.

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    I got my 2 cups today! They are beautiful! Thank you all

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    Pic? Would love to see one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by paraordnance View Post
    I got the score sheets but what about the Mazer Cups for the winners? I was really hoping to get these nice little Mazer Cups in a mail as well I saw them at award ceremony when they called my name... Does anybody know if they will be mailed out?
    Please send inquiries to info@mazercup.com. Vicky is on the Executive Board of The Mazer Cup International, Inc, however our commercial and home registrars will be able to answer your questions.

    Cheers,

    Oskaar
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