TRASH holds an annual BJCP competition, and, like the club itself, it is among the oldest homebrew competitions out there, with the first annual competition being held in 1990.  It is among the region’s largest competitions (412 entries!) and has developed a reputation for being well-organized. This reputation helps attract some of the most highly qualified BJCP judges.  The October 2018 BYO Magazine profiled the TRASH 28 competition in its article on running competitions.