A Beer Judge’s Diary: Plattsburgh and Can Can

Can Can Awards

By Ken Carman
By Ken Carman
  This edition is about two of the odder competitions I’ve ever judged at. One was “odd” due to what we were judging, one where. Let’s start with “what.”
  Like Plattsburgh, Can Can is in its first year. Millie and I drove to a rather spacious house, in a community slightly outside downtown Franklin, Tennessee, that reminded me of the sumptious preplanned communities like Seaside between Destin and Panama City, Florida, or Chautauqua in southwestern New York.
  Nice place, Nathan. Almost as nice as chateau Carman. Continue reading “A Beer Judge’s Diary: Plattsburgh and Can Can”