Registration is open for the Mid-state Fair Home Brewing Competition
Get ready for a Central Coast cold brew.
The California Mid-State Fair’s annual Central Coast Home Brewing Competition is open for entries today through May 7thousand and is $7 for admission.
All $7 entries are non-refundable.
All participants must be hobby brewers and reside in San Luis Obispo County or Santa Barbara County to participate in the show.
2022 Best in Show winner Jason Fourteeth will serve as the first year’s head judge and help determine the winner of the competition from a panel of judges selected by Fourteeth.
The competition will be held in May and will feature beers, ciders and perries from San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties.
You can register online and learn how to qualify for the http://cmsfw.fairwire.com/.
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