Home brew hobbyists will vie for the position as Tasmania's latest beer brewing legend at this weekend's Tamar Valley Beer Festival.
The best batch of home brew will be selected by event judges, made professionally at Morrison Brewery and served cold at two Launceston pubs.
Festival co-organiser James Harding said it could even unearth a new Tasmanian brewmaster.
``The competition will be judged by one of the Boag's James Squire crafters and two others from Crown Cellars,'' Mr Harding said.
``Paul (Morrison) got into it through his home brew, he found out he had a talent and started his own brewery, so we thought it would be fitting to have him make it.''
There will also be a range of masterclasses run during the event and live music entertainment.
It's a chance for people to try something they might not normally be exposed to, according to co-organiser Stacy File.
``It's a chance for people to develop their palettes as well as have a fun day out,'' Ms File said.
``There's something for everyone, people can expect things they wouldn't normally experience, as well as all of their old favourites.''
The Tamar Valley Beer Festival will be smoke-free with passouts available.
The event will run this Friday and Saturday on William Street, Launceston.
AT A GLANCE
WHAT: Tamar Valley Beer Festival.
WHERE: William Street, Launceston.
WHEN: Friday and Saturday.