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Every month we feature a beer campaign to showcase different categories. Below is our full schedule for your beer submissions throughout the year. You can also enter ANY beer style at ANYTIME outside of this schedule to receive your review in 45 days with the regular review option or 15 days with the Priority Review option.
Sample Deadline Jan. 15
Pilsner • Pils • Pale Lager • Amber Lager • Munich-Helles • Dortmunder • Maibock • Kellerbier • Zwickelbier
Sample Deadline Feb. 15
Sample Deadline Mar. 15
English-Style • American-Style • Imperial • Belgian-Style • Unfiltered • Flavored IPA • Session-Pale Ale • Session IPA
Sample Deadline Apr. 15
Hefeweizen • Dunkelweizen • Kristallweizen • Weizenbock • Berliner Weisse • Filtered & Unfiltered Wheat Ale • White beer • Wit Beer • Flavored Wheat Ales
Sample Deadline May 15
Fruit Ale • Fruit Lager • Lambic • Gueuze • Faro • Sour Ale • Wild Ale • Flemish-Style Ales • Kriek • All sour and brett-influenced beers
Sample Deadline Jun. 15
Amber • American Golden • Bitter • Special Bitter • ESB • American-Style Black • Mild • Cream • Irish-Style • Scottish-Style • English-Style • Brown
Sample Deadline Jul. 15
Belgian-Style Amber Ale • Belgian-Style Strong Ale • Belgian-Style Blond Ale • Belgian-Style Specialty Ale • Flemish-StyleBrown Ale • Flemish-Style Red Ale • Trappistor Abbey Dubbel • Trappist or Abbey Singel • Trappist or Abbey Tripel • Biere de Garde
Sample Deadline Aug. 15
Dunkel • Dark Lager • Bock • Doppelbock • Eisbock • Black • Schwartz Beer • Imperial Pilsner • Oktoberfest • Märzen • Vienna-Style Lager • Strong Lager • Rauchbier • Smoked
Sample Deadline Sep. 15
Wood & Barrel-Aged • Single Hop • Dry-Hopped • Wet Hop • Unique Yeast • Unusual Fermentation • Alternative Grain • Hybrid • Vintage Ales and Verticals • Gluten-Free • Smoked Ale
Sample Deadline Oct. 15
Dry • Sweet • Flavored • Imperial • Oatmeal • Export • Milk • Regular • Robust • Imperial • Flavored • Black & Tan • Smoked • Hard Root Beers • Hard Ginger Ales • Other Hard Sodas • Hard Lemonades & Hard Iced Teas (No RTD cocktails)
Sample Deadline Nov. 15
Sample Deadline Dec. 15
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The World Beer Championships, founded in 1994, is America's oldest international beer competition and is open to all commercially produced beers from around the world, regardless of US distribution. It is a medal-based competition that awards its medals based on the proprietary blind tasting methodology developed by the Beverage Testing Institute (BTI) and bands of the consumer accepted, 100-point quality rating scale.Instead of trying to cram the tasting of hundreds or thousands of beers into a week, or even a weekend, like other beer competitions, the World Beer Championships reviews a different category of beer every other month and carefully blind tastes no more than thirty-five beers a day with a small cadre of experienced judges from the retail, on-premise, distribution, and importing trades—all certified by BTI. Beers are generally consistent, recipe-based products, unlike differing vintages of wine, so creating consistent and reliable reviews for consumers that clearly address this fundamental nature of beer is a primary goal of the World Beer Championships. In the World Beer Championships evaluation process, significant differences in a beer's score (particularly those placing a product into a different quality band) from previous year's score are reviewed by BTI's editorial tasting panel and stand if—having already eliminated the possibility of an obvious beer fault—backup samples reveal the same results as the initial panel tasting.
The World Beer Championships is not slavish to, or dogmatic about style distinctions and allows for the personal expression of a brewer's creativity within a conventional beer style. At the end of the day, a consumer cares about the taste and quality of a beer, not how well it conforms to a rigidly defined style parameter. Obviously a barleywine should not taste like a light beer, and any wide or questionable variations within a style are scored according to the flavor and appeal of the final results and duly referenced in the tasting note so that consumers can decide if such a variation is of interest to them.
Because of these proven methods, the results of World Beer Championships are far more consistent and meaningful to consumers than other competitions, where routinely a given product will earn a gold or silver medal one year
and in the next it won't place, even in a field of nearly identical competition—a very confusing and nonsensical situation to present to consumers, be they novices or connoisseurs. Finally, unlike other competitions,
the World Beer Championships regularly distributes its ongoing, bi-monthly results and reviews to consumers and trade through print, Internet, and broadcast media, ensuring that consumers have access to up-to-date, no-nonsense
reviews for their important buying decisions.
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