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Old 02-17-2007, 02:17 PM   #1
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SWMBO has her friends up this weekend. One of her friends works at a place that makes pharmicutical grade sugars. They have old sugar that was being disposed of for whatever reason.

I got 50lbs of Corn Sugar!!!! 800 oz is enough for 160 5-gallon batches.

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Old 02-17-2007, 02:26 PM   #2
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SWMBO has her friends up this weekend. One of her friends works at a place that makes pharmicutical grade sugars. They have old sugar that was being disposed of for whatever reason.

I got 50lbs of Corn Sugar!!!! 800 oz is enough for 160 5-gallon batches.

Sweet! That's enough for 25 batches of Apfelwein too!

Do they have any more?
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Old 02-17-2007, 02:41 PM   #3
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Hopefully they didnt store it next to the stool samples!


lol j/k nice score!

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Old 02-17-2007, 02:55 PM   #4
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Sweet! That's enough for 25 batches of Apfelwein too!

Do they have any more?
Sweet is right!!! Good idea. SWMBO loves cider so the majority will go to making cider.
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Old 02-17-2007, 03:21 PM   #5
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Hopefully they didnt store it next to the stool samples!


lol j/k nice score!
Her friend told me after 2 years of sitting on the shelf they dispose of the sugar.

She said they filled two dumpsters with corn sugar!!!

The stuff is packaged in two 25lb drums, inside each drum is two plastic bags with 12.5lbs each.

Two drums were rescued for my sake.

It would be nice if the pharmicutical biz used malt extract...
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Old 02-17-2007, 03:50 PM   #6
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Her friend told me after 2 years of sitting on the shelf they dispose of the sugar.

She said they filled two dumpsters with corn sugar!!!

The stuff is packaged in two 25lb drums, inside each drum is two plastic bags with 12.5lbs each.

Two drums were rescued for my sake.

It would be nice if the pharmicutical biz used malt extract...
Too bad it wasn't stored next to the coke... ...not that I condone such actions...
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Old 02-17-2007, 04:01 PM   #7
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Too bad it wasn't stored next to the coke... ...not that I condone such actions...
Can you imagine carbing with it.... (4 weeks later)

.... Damn this stuff is flat, it also has no taste or mouth feel...

...in fact I can't even feel my mouth.....(thud!!)
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SWMBO has her friends up this weekend. One of her friends works at a place that makes pharmicutical grade sugars. They have old sugar that was being disposed of for whatever reason.

I got 50lbs of Corn Sugar!!!! 800 oz is enough for 160 5-gallon batches.

What? More like enough for five really strong batches of hooch.
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What? More like enough for five really strong batches of hooch.

Yeah! Take all that sugar, boil it till dissolved, add in a can of budweiser for yeast and certified beer flavor, and then add in some of those chewy fruit candies to make it a lambic. Then throw in a little bit of brewer's yeast. Ferment it all in a 55 gallon drum out on your back porch when your parents are out of town....



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Yeah! Take all that sugar, boil it till dissolved, add in a can of budweiser for yeast and certified beer flavor, and then add in some of those chewy fruit candies to make it a lambic. Then throw in a little bit of brewer's yeast. Ferment it all in a 55 gallon drum out on your back porch when your parents are out of town....



I see an EAC comment coming....
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