Sunday, April 5, 2009

Untested Categories

This is a placeholder post for all the BJCP categories that I have not yet tried. Hopefully having this post will help me to plan styles that I want to make and to try to enter various different categories.

01A. Lite American Lager
01C. Premium American Lager
01D. Munich Helles
01E. Dortmunder Export
02A. German Pilsner (Pils)
02B. Bohemian Pilsner
02C. Classic American Pilsner
03B. Oktoberfest
04A. Dark American Lager
04B. Munich Dunkel
04C. Schwarzbier (Black Beer)
05A. Maibock/Helles Bock
05B. Traditional Bock
05C. Doppelbock
05D. Eisbock
06D. American Wheat or Rye Beer
07A. Northern German Altbier
08A. Standard/Ordinary Bitter
08B. Special/Best/Premium Bitter
08C. Extra Special/Strong Bitter (English Pale Ale)
09A. Scottish Light 60/-
09B. Scottish Heavy 70/-
09C. Scottish Export 80/-
10B. American Amber Ale
11A. Mild
11B. Southern English Brown
12A. Brown Porter
12B. Robust Porter
13C. Oatmeal Stout
13D. Foreign Extra Stout
13E. American Stout
13F. Russian Imperial Stout
15A. Weizen/Weissbier
15C. Weizenbock
15D. Roggenbier (German Rye Beer)
16B. Belgian Pale Ale
16C. Saison
16D. Bière de Garde
16E. Belgian Specialty
17A. Berliner Weisse
17B. Flanders Red Ale
17C. Flanders Brown Ale/Oud Bruin
17D. Straight (Unblended) Lambic
17E. Gueuze
17F. Fruit Lambic
18A. Belgian Blond Ale
18B. Belgian Dubbel
18D. Belgian Golden Strong Ale
19A. Old Ale
19B. English Barleywine
19C. American Barleywine
22A. Classic Rauchbier
22B. Other Smoked Beer
22C. Wood-Aged Beer

24B. Semi-Sweet Mead
24C. Sweet Mead
25B. Pyment
25C. Other Fruit Melomel
26A. Metheglin
26B. Braggot
26C. Open Category Mead

27B. English Cider
27C. French Cider
27D. Common Perry
27E. Traditional Perry
28A. New England Cider
28B. Fruit Cider
28C. Applewine
28D. Other Specialty Cider/Perry

Happy Brewing.

1 comment:

Jason Harx said...

Holy bejeezus!

You better get to brewing.