Products MUST arrive by January 31st in order to be judged.
Please read the “Shipping Information” below carefully to ensure that your products arrive on time.
Payment Deadline: January 31st
Early Entry (July 1st, 2019 – January 20th, 2020): $85 per entry
Regular Entry (January 21st, 2020 – January 31st, 2020): $100 per entry
Late Entry (February 1st, 2020 – February 9th, 2020): $115 per entry
Payments: Payment for on-line entries can be made by credit card through Stripe. Off-line entry fees can be made by credit card or by wire transfer. The banking information and associated fees for the wire transfer may be requested from us at email@example.com.
If payment is not received by the deadline above, entries will not be judged and beers will not be returned.
There is only one entry fee. We do not charge any extra fees for use of our logo and or medals for publicity purposes.
The competition will be held at the 3 West Club in New York City, located at 3 w. 51st st., New York, NY 10019
No Breweries or their representatives are allowed to attend the judging. It is a blind taste test
Eligibility and Requirements
All commercially-produced beers from anywhere in the world are eligible to enter.
All entries must be listed on the official entry form, either online or downloaded from this web site as a paper form (see the top of this page for links to both). If downloading the paper form, please complete the entire form and sign at the bottom of the page to certify that the statements on the form are correct. Failure to complete the form properly may result in disqualification.
All entries submitted on time will be judged.
In addition to your entry form, please email the following information to: firstname.lastname@example.org:
Link to each brand’s website
JPG file of your brand artwork (Bottle Shot and/or Hi-Res Logo)
Staff Relations Contact (Name, Phone, Email)
Up to Date Brand Information (i.e. available in what markets domestically and internationally, info on Master Distiller/Blender, information unique to your brand)
Each submission must include 3 12oz or 333ml, 2 x 500 or 750ml Bottles or Cans or the equivalent.
If submitting by paper form, please scan submission form and email it to: email@example.com
Please feel free to contact us directly if you have any additional questions.
Submissions tel: 1-917-338-0163 x1
Submissions email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where To Ship Your Beer:
**Please feel free to contact us directly for additional support if you are a large beer organization submitting 40+ beers
Western Carriers-BLD #1-MB Attn:Nest Egg/Joel Rubin/acct #707 New York International Beer Competition 2220 91st Street North Bergen, NJ 07047 v. 917-338-0163 x 1 m. 201-747-7111
Include the completed submission form or the copy of the online submission confirmation in all shipments to ensure beer is submitted in correct category
Again, entries must ship three (3) bottles of each beer submitted for judging. See above “Eligibility and Requirements” for details.
Shipments will be accepted Monday through Friday from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm.
Beer entries shipped to an address other than the one above will be disqualified and entry fees will not be returned. Please do NOT ship any beers to our New York address. If you have issues shipping to New Jersey, contact us directly.
If you are shipping internationally outside our freight program, our recommended customs broker is Park Street. They can be reached email@example.com they will happily handle your COLA Waiver process. Please contact them directly for fees and compliance questions. All customs brokerage fees and COLA Waivers are to be handled by entrants and must be paid in full before the start of the competition. Failure to be in compliance will result in disqualification. The Fee for the COLA waiver is US $50
The competition, its service contractors, and any officer, staff member, sponsor or director of the same shall not be responsible for the safety of the beers from theft or damage by fire, accident, vandalism or other causes. The competitor expressly waives and releases any claim or demand that he or she may have against any of them by reason of any damage to, or loss of, any beer entered in the competition.