Beers from the 2011 Samuel Adams LongShot American Homebrew Contest – Category 23 have are now available in six packs that includes two of each beer.
Georgia resident Richard Roperâ€™s Friar Hop Ale and Illinois resident Rodney Kibzeyâ€™s Blackened Hops beer were named the 2010 winners during the Great American Beer Festival last September. In addition, Samuel Adams also honors Employee Homebrew winner Caitlin DeClercq for her Honey Bâ€™s Lavender Wheat beer.
In the 2011 American Homebrew Contest, Samuel Adams is accepting entries across all 23 categories. The deadline to enter is May 20.
â€œI started homebrewing the first batch of Samuel Adams Boston Lager in my kitchen 27 years ago, and ever since then Iâ€™ve been passionate about creating unique and interesting brews that challenge the perception of what beer can be,” Samuel Adams founder Jim Koch said for a press release. “We asked homebrewers to really push beerâ€™s boundaries and brew their own one-of-a-kind recipes.”
Information about entering is available at the Samuel Adams website.