We’re on the road to the polls and the Local Taphouse has put out a call for all Australian breweries to make sure that their beers are listed and ready for voting.
Pre-registering beers is just one of the innovations that the organisers put in place last year to avoid issues with beers getting votes under multiple names. Breweries can make sure the beers are liusted and named correctly…
All Australian breweries asked to enter their beers for the biggest Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers ever
There has been a massive increase in the number of Official Venues registered for the Hottest 100 Aussie Craft Beers 2014 poll in which thousands of beer lovers around the country will vote for their favourite beers of the year.
While there were 17 Official Venues last year, almost 50 of the leading craft beer bars and stores around Australia are already signed up to support the 2014 poll.
Craft breweries all around the country are now asked to ensure that all their eligible beers are registered at The Local Taphouse’s new BeerHub.com.au before the December 12 deadline.
Started by The Local Taphouse beer venues in Melbourne and Sydney in 2008, the H100 Beers poll is proudly supported by Australian Brews News and Crafty Pint. If any craft beer-focussed venues or stores are interested in becoming an Official Venue, they can still email firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of November.
The poll is open from December 15 until January 9th at The Local Taphouse, Crafty Pint and Australian Brews News websites.