Judges and Stewards

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Other Volunteer Info

NOTE: It’s not too late to register to judge or steward. Please send a note to lynhbrew@gmail.com to register to be manually added up until 5PM on October 20th.

Judges and Stewards should plan to arrive by 8:30AM.

There will be 2 sessions of judging from approximately 9AM-12PM and 1PM-4PM.

Coffee and donuts will be provided in the morning before judging begins. Lunch will be provided between judging sessions.

BOS judging will commence after all the other flights have been judged and should wrap up by 6PM at the latest.

Free parking is available at the NH Food Bank.

All volunteers must be 21 years old or older.

Discounted hotel rooms are available as follows: There are several hotel choices in the greater Manchester, NH area. The closest hotels to the competition venue will be those located near the airport. However, several hotels in downtown Manchester will be within walking distance of local restaurants and pubs.

Hotel Location Map

 

Places of Interest:

https://www.nhbeer.org/beer-map/

 

Manchester Area Dining Recommendations from our club members:

Restaurants with good beer selections and decent food near Manchester, NH

Thirsty Moose, 795 Elm St, Manchester

British Beer Company, 1071 S. Willow St, Manchester

Murphy’s Tap Room, 494 Elm St, Manchester

Central Ale House, 23 Central St, Manchester

Strange Brew, 88 Market St, Manchester

The Foundry Restaurant. 50 Commercial St, Manchester

The Pint Publik House, 1111 Elm St, Manchester

Backyard Brewery and Kitchen, 1211 S Mammoth Rd, Manchester

 

Just Outside Manchester:

Taphouse Grill, 1292 Hooksett Rd, Hooksett, NH

Cask and Vine (Derry, NH)

River Road Tavern (Bedford, NH)

 

For more food focused choices, that also have craft beer or interesting cocktails:

Firefly

rePUBlic, 1069 Elm St

815 (a speakeasy), Cotton, Gale Motor all in the Elm Street area.

For fun and games, a new creole tapas restaurant on Hanover Street called Madears