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Home » Compete » Older Competitions » 2004 LA County Fair

2004 Los Angeles County Homebrew Competition
(AHA and BJCP Sanctioned)
Sponsored by The Maltose Falcons Homebrewing Society

Thanks to everyone who joined us in making this year's competition. We hope to see everyone next year for the 2005 Mayfaire!
-- Bruce Brode, Competition Organizer
Best of Show
Greg Beron - Biere de Garde
Best of Show - 1st Runner Up
Chris Godfrey - Bavarian Hefeweizen
Best of Show - 2nd Runner Up
Carl Townsend - Belgian Strong Golden Ale

Class 1 American Pale and Dark Lager  
1st - Craig Baker 1.3 American Red Lager
2nd - Not Awarded  
3rd - Craig Baker 1.1 American Pale Lager

Class 2 European Pale Lager  
1st - Not Awarded  
2nd - Jeff Mellem 2.3 North German Pils
3rd - Not Awarded  

Class 3 American Wheat Ale and American Cream Ale  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 4 English Bitter Ale and Pale Ale  
1st - John Aitchison, John Rasmussen 4.1 - English Ordinary Bitter
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 5 American Pale Ale  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Brian Dellosa 5.1 American-Style Pale Ale

Class 6 Scottish Ales  
1st - Gregg Van Citters 6.4 Wee Heavy
2nd - John Aitchison 6.4 Wee Heavy
3rd - Kevin Barry 6.1 Scottish Light

Class 7 India Pale Ale  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Tom Reirson 7.2 American-Style India Pale Ale
3rd - Greg Beron 7.2 American-Style India Pale Ale

Class 8 European Ale  
1st - Greg Beron 8.3 Biere de Garde
2nd - Bob Kaisaki 8.2 Altbier
3rd - Robert Garton 8.2 Altbier

Class 9 Amber and Dark Lager  
1st - Carl Townsend 9.1 Vienna Lager
2nd - Craig Baker 9.1 Vienna Lager
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 10 American West Coast Beers  
1st - Greg Beron 10.2 California Common Beer
2nd - Robert Garton 10.3 Amercian Red/Amber Ale
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 11 Brown Ale  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Tim Sprague 11.3 Northern English Brown Ale
3rd - Tim Bardet 11.4 American Brown Ale

Class 12 Strong Ale and Old Ale  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 13 Double IPA and Barleywine  
1st - Robert Garton 13.2 English Style Barleywine
2nd - Craig Shapland 13.1 Double ("Imperial") India Pale Ale
3rd - Craig Baker 13.3 American-Style Barleywine

Class 14 Northern European Strong Beers  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Robert Garton 14.3 Imperial Stout
3rd - John Aitchison, John Rasmussen 14.1 Adambier

Class 15 Bock  
1st - Tim Bardet 15.2 Traditional Bock
2nd - John Aitchison, John Rasmussen 15.4 Doppelbock
3rd - Craig Baker 15.4 Doppelbock

Class 16 Porter  
1st - Robert Garton 16.2 American-Style Porter
2nd - Robert Kinsey 16.1 English-Style Porter
3rd - Bob Kaisaki 16.2 American-Style Porter

Class 17 Irish Draught Stout and English Cream/Milk Stout  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 18 Extra, Export, Foreign-Style, and American Stout  
1st - Brian Dellosa 18.2 Export and Oatmeal (Sweet English) Stout
2nd - Craig Baker 18.4 American Style Stout
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 19 German Wheat Beer  
1st - Chris Godfrey 19.2 Bavarian Hefeweizen
2nd - Kevin S. Barry 19.2 Bavarian Hefeweizen
3rd - Michael DiMeo 19.1 Bavarian Krystal Weizen

Class 20 Belgian-Style Abbey Ale  
1st - Not Awarded  
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 21 Belgian-Style Strong Ale  
1st - Carl Townsend 21.1 Belgian-Style Strong Golden Ale
2nd - Craig Shapland 21.2 Belgian-Style Strong Dark Ale
3rd - George Mahoney 21.1 Belgian-Style Strong Golden Ale

Class 22 Belgian-Style Specialty Ale  
1st - George Mahoney 22.4 Belgian-Style Specialty Ale, Other
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Chris Godfrey 22.1 Witbier

Class 23 Belgian-Style Sour Ale  
1st - John Aitchison, John Rasmussen 23.5 Flanders Red
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 24 Specialty Beer - Fruit/Vegetable and Herb/Spiced  
1st - Gregg Van Citters 24.2 Herb- and/or Spice-Flavored Beer
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 25 Specialty Beer - Smoked, Experimental, Historical, and Other  
1st - Chris Godfrey 25.2 Specialy Beer, Other
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Kevin S. Barry 25.4 Smoke Beers, Other

Class 26 Mead  
1st - A. Dean Lynn 26.5 Melomel
2nd -A. Dean Lynn 26.2 Varietal Honey Traditional Mead
3rd - Not Awarded

Class 27 Cider  
1st - Not Awarded
2nd - Not Awarded
3rd - Not Awarded

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