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Old 11-11-2012, 10:39 PM   #1
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.. if I do say so myself. I put a couple of small eyelets into the joists in the basement and ran some 8" bungee cords between them and this is the result. Seems to work well but maybe some HBT'ers can improve on this?

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Good point.

I did start a batch of really nice local cider this afternoon, so I got that goin' for me. Which is nice.

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Good point.

I did start a batch of really nice local cider this afternoon, so I got that goin' for me. Which is nice.
You're not "clever" until you try the same storage plan with glass carboys!

Let me know how THAT plan works, smart guy.
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.. if I do say so myself. I put a couple of small eyelets into the joists in the basement and ran some 8" bungee cords between them and this is the result. Seems to work well but maybe some HBT'ers can improve on this?
Hadn't considered this. Good idea. I might go with netting or plastic just so I don't have to keep them balanced. I also really like that that are stores on their sides so they will dry out. Win!
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