Episode 083- Moe’s Original BBQ



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Studio Guest:

Moe’s Original BBQ brothers Brian and Craig Fairhurst are in studio to talk Alabama style BBQ. Be sure to “like” them on Facebook.

Moes Original BBQ brothers Brian and Craig Fairhurst.

Moes Original BBQ brothers Brian and Craig Fairhurst.


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Homebrewer Spotlight:

We revisit Scottish Ales with Robert Hilferding. Robert took first place at the 2014 National Homebrewers Conference with his Scottish 60 (9A).


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1 Comment
  1. 3 years ago
    Rob Adams

    Hey guys, check out the new 2014 BJCP Guidelines. The Scottish and English ales are “cleaned” up a bit and the sub-categories have been redefined to remove the 60/-, 70/- and 80/- designations. It’s now Category 14 – Scottish Ales with the sub-categories as: 14A Scottish Light, 14B Scottish Heavy and 14C Scottish Export
    Scottish 60/- and 70/- combined into Scottish Light
    Scottish 80/- and 90/- combined into Scottish Heavy
    Scottish Strong Ale or Wee Heavy has been moved to the new Category 17 – Strong British Ale (with English Strong Ale, Old Ales and English Barleywine) and is now 17C Wee Heavy

    The new guidelines can be found here: http://www.bjcp.org/docs/2014%20BJCP%20Style%20Guidelines%20%28DRAFT%29.pdf

    Here’s a link to Gordon Strong’s presentation at NHC 2014 discussing the changes and reasoning behind the updates.

    These new guidelines will be used for the 2016 National Homebrew Competition, but homebrew clubs are free to use them now if they would like.


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