Thank you for your interest in the Drunk Monk Challenge organized by Urban Knaves Of Grain (UKG), hosted At Two Brothers Roundhouse, Aurora, Illinois..
You only need to register your information once and can return to this site to enter more brews or edit the brews you've entered. You can even pay your entry fees online if you wish.
If you have not registered and are willing to be a judge or steward, please register.
If you have registered, log in and then choose Edit Account from the My Account menu indicated by the icon on the top menu.
Open to all homebrewers 21 years of age and older. Beers must be entered under the name of all brewers who helped. Beers brewed in commercial facilities are ineligible.
Register your Drunk Monk Challenge and Menace of the Monastery entries online at http://knaves.org/DMC.
Drunk Monk Challenge and Menace of the Monastery entries are $8 each.
Entry fees may be paid via PayPal and PAYPAL RECEIPT MUST BE SENT WITH YOUR ENTRIES.
After paying entry fees on the Paypal website, be sure to click the link to "Return to the Drunk Monk Challenge" website to make sure your entries are noted as "paid" in the sysytem.
This competition will be limited to the first 800 entries received. After 800 entries, the registration system will be closed and further entries will only be allowed when other entrants remove their entries.
The 2015 BJCP Style Guidelines will be followed. One entry per subcategory per brewer; this is strictly enforced. Multiple entries in the same subcategory will be disqualified. The competition committee reserves the right to combine categories based on number of entries. All possible efforts will be made to combine similar styles. All beers in combined categories will be judged according to the style entered.
Menace of the Monastery (MoM) entries are limited to three (3) subcategories per brewer. Additional MoM entries beyond three (3) will be disqualified.
Ship or deliver your entries so as to arrive between February 12th and March 2th.
No walk-in entries allowed.
Each year, the Urban Knaves of Grain Homebrew Club likes to give a little back to the community. This year, a portion of the competition proceeds will be donated to America's VetDogs® Service Dog program.
The service dog programs of America’s VetDogs® were created to provide enhanced mobility and renewed independence to veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities, allowing them to once again live with pride and self-reliance.
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