The Washington Post’s seventh annual Beer Madness is fast appproaching, and you know what that means: We’re in need of a few tasters.
This year, the bracketed taste-off will feature 32 all-American craft brews. Neighborhood Restaurant Group beer director Greg Engert will help and host once again, and our tasting panel will include experts and readers.
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So take your best shot, and do it promptly. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with BEER MADNESS in the subject line. To be considered for one of the four reader-designated slots, you must be able to attend tasting sessions on two evenings during the week of March 4 (at ChurchKey in Logan Circle). Other requirements:
■ Describe your qualifications and your passion for beer in a single, tightly constructed sentence. Humor is appreciated.
■List your three favorite domestic craft beers.
The deadline for submitting your panel bid is Wednesday, Feb. 27.