One competitor says he loves the atmosphere and that's why he keeps coming back.
"Everybody that you meet. I mean we're down here with 67 of the best teams in the Northwest and Canada so you can't ask for anything better than to come down cook good food, hang out with your friends. It's a great time," said competitor Larry Hoots.
The event coordinator told Action News that the two day event brought in about $100,000.
Grand Champion (1st Place): Wine County Q
Reserve Grand Champion (2nd Place): Ice Harbor Brewing
Reserve Champions (3rd Place): Woodstock BBQ