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A back-room worker pours a flight for judges. consensus without conversation. If judges were split on scoring, then the moderator would lead a discussion about the merits of the wine, with the judge or judges with the higher scoring explaining their view. Sometimes that swayed the lower-scoring judge(s) to improve their score, but not in all cases. There were multiple golds in some categories, while others did not have a wine that judges believed merited gold. From the 221 total entries, judges awarded 2 double gold, 24 gold, 110 silver and 60 bronze medals. The percentage of winners in each category falls in line with other large competitions, said Perdue.

Distillers of Craft Spirits BlueSpiritsDistilling.com facebook.com/BlueSpiritsDistilling

& Tap Room Outdoor Seating Lakeside Patio Classic Beer Fare Ken Robertson takes notes during this year’s judging, which took place June 5 at the Confluence Technology Center.

Serving Microbrews & Wine Beer to Go!

All barley malt No preservatives No additives • Unfiltered Hops from Yakima Valley Malted barley from the Pacific NW Brewers yeast from Hood River, OR Local is what we do best! Because beer should taste good.

St. Brigid’s Brewery 606 W. Broadway, Suite C Moses Lake 509.750.8357 509.760.2948 September / October 2013

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Foothills Magazine Sep-Oct 2013  
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