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Old 02-22-2012, 12:03 AM   #1
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Default Busy Brew Day!!!

Today was probably the busiest brew day I've ever done.

Started with brewing five gallons of a simcoe/el dorado IPA. During which time I also smoked a rack of ribs and a chicken. Baked a loaf if bread, made potato salad and a batch of BBQ sauce.

The end result.

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In the top corner is my chocolate chili mild. Goes great with some BBQ.

There's no real point to this thread other than I felt like bragging.

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Old 02-22-2012, 12:16 AM   #2
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I do the same thing when I get a chance. Those ribs look delicious.

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Old 02-22-2012, 12:18 AM   #3
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Home-made heaven right there!

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I make everything homemade as much as possible. And the ribs were indeed delicious. My favorite part is that tomorrow morning I will make BBQ breakfast tacos out of them.

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You've got your ribs, bread, BBQ sauce, potatoe salad, but where's the beer!! I thought your beer would be ready today! (I can't tell you how many people think beer is done the day you brew.)

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you should brag - food looks great and i'm sure the beer's awesome!

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Old 02-22-2012, 06:27 AM   #7
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There is nothing like brewing next to your smoker!!!!!

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Old 02-22-2012, 08:00 AM   #8
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After all that work, it seems like there's just something missing...

Oh, I know what it is - ME!

Definitely an ambitious brew day, man - but the results look outstanding. Since smoking is such a "set and forget" thing, I think you've inspired me to try this on a future brew day. It should take about as long to smoke a pork butt as it does to brew an all-grain batch!

As long as you're openly bragging, did you make that sausage too? :-)

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You've got your ribs, bread, BBQ sauce, potatoe salad, but where's the beer!! I thought your beer would be ready today! (I can't tell you how many people think beer is done the day you brew.)
Ha! Yeah I get that one too. But actually in the top left corner of the photo there's the bottom of a glass. It's got chocolate chili dark mild ale in it.

And no I did not make the sausage. I was planning on it but ran out of time. So I sent the wife out for it.
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