Originally Posted by Teedocious
You can't buy kegged beer in utah? What the hell? Thank god I don't need to worry about puritanical (or is it mormonic?) and arbitrary laws in california.
You can't legally buy/carry alchol in volumes larger than 2L IIRC, hah, I beleive it is even illegal to be drunk. I also read a whole lot of other wack laws related to alcohol and its purchase, you poor poor souls. It's quite funny how down here in New Zealand there is nothing in the law that prohibits me from buying brewing supplies and brewing myself, even though I am under the legal drinking age of 18.
- back on topic - It really doesn't seem like ur getting that much for your money really, especially if it seems that you don't really need anything other than ball lock and plumbing.
Primary: Empty - awaiting a second go at Cheesefood's VCCA
Secondary #1:My wash for distilling, yum yum.
Secondary #2: Empty
Bottled:my Belgian-like Wit, Mac's Lager (nz kit), James Squire Amber Ale clone, Cheesefood's Vanilla Caramel Cream Ale, Munton's wheat and possibly some of my cider hidden somewhere - it seems to pop up somtimes, lol I guess I should have labelled them.