Fair Results

Homemade Beverage Judging, Aug. 14 &15

339 entries from Washington, Oregon and Georgia

Best of Class — Lager: Pressure Fermented Lager, Eric Rhoades, Everett; Hybrid Dunkelweizen, Mark Tanner Oak Harbor; Ale: Strong Scotch Ale, Steve Moga Bremerton; Belgian/Strong Saison, Roger Kee, Everett; Specialty: Classic Rauchbier Brewed With Cherry Smoked Malt, Brian Thatcher, Kingston

Mead: Sweet, Still, Sack Fireweed Mead, Tavish &Laura Sullivan, Bothell; Cider: Semi-Sweet, Sparkling Cider, Russell, Everett, Seattle

Sake: Junmai Ginjo Dry Sake, Russell, Everett, Seattle; Fruit Wine: Green Apple Riesling, David Spaid, Lake Stevens; Country Wine: Rhubarb/Strawberry, Grace E. Nilsson, Puyallup; Fruit, Dessert Wine: Rose Petal Dessert Wine, Dean Ballard, Seattle

Red Wine: 2008 Syrah, Jeff Mumma, Ellensburg; White/Blush Wine: 2009 Viognier, Scott Steingraber, Gig Harbor; Dessert Wine: Cabernet Franc Port, Dean Ballard, Seattle

Soda Pop: Orange Soda Pop, The Oliver Family, Bothell

Best of Show — Beer: Blackberry Berliner Weisse, Jeff Paden, Lake Forest Park

Mead/Cider/Sake: Strawberry Melomel, Eric J. Wilson, Everett

Fruit/Country Wine: Blackberry, Rob Picklesimer, Arlington

Wine: 2008 Claret, Scott Steingraber, Gig Harbor

Soda Pop: Orange Soda Pop, The Oliver Family, Bothell

Best Presentation — Beer: German Pilsner (Pils), Paul Wilhelm, Snohomish; Beer: Kolsch, Ritch Marvin, Portland, Ore.; Beer: West Coast Style Hoppy Brown Ale, Roger Kee, Everett

Mead/Cider: New England Cider, David Brockmeyer, Bellevue

Wine: 2009 Strawberry, Doug DeVol, Seattle; Wine: 2007 Syrah, Ken Olszewski, Monroe

2010 Homemade Beverage Club of the Year — The Greater Everett Brewers League

Open Class Food Preservation

Best of Show — Canning: Beef Mincemeat, Adults: Shelley Miars, Snohomish

Best of Show — Canning: Crushed Tomatoes, Seniors: Sally Wassall, Edmonds

Best of Show — Dried Foods: Dried Apples, Sally Wassall, Edmonds

Best of Show — Flavored Vinegars: Rosemary and Garlic Vinegar, Shirlena Freund, Snohomish

Best of Show — Mixes in a Jar: Holiday Grahams, Theresa Rose, Lake Stevens

Award of Excellence — Applesauce: Sally Wassall, Edmonds

Award of Excellence — Acai Blueberry Jelly: Carolyn Butterfield, Snohomish

Award of Excellence — Kiwi Daiquiri Jam: Shelley Miars, Snohomish

Sweepstakes — Adult Canning: Carolyn Butterfield, Snohomish

Sweepstakes — Senor Canning: Kathleen Wright, Monroe

Junior Achievement — Nichole Carlson, Duvall

Sweepstakes — Dried Foods: Davi Martin, Gold Bar

Sweepstakes — Flavored Vinegars: Shrilena Freund, Snohomish

Sweepstakes — Mixes in a Jar: Theresa Rose, Lake Stevens

Outstanding Exhibitor — Shirlena Freund, Snohomish

The Myrl DuPuis Memorial Award — Carolyn Butterfield, Snohomish

Open Class Floriculture, Aug. 26

Horticulture Sweepstakes — Breanna Bristol, Snohomish

Design Sweepstakes — Debbie Wetmore, Snohomish

Best of Show — Davi Martin, Gold Bar

Chairman’s Award — Malachi Freund, Snohomish

Creative Award (Table) — Rose Brock, (Cherry Valley Garden Club), Duvall

Award of Appreciation — Harvey Tatel, (Monroe Garden Club), Monroe

Award of Appreciation — Oudean’s Willow Creek Nursery, Snohomish

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