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Old 06-16-2013, 09:24 PM   #1
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Default Dad's day Brew

The best father son activity (OK, that's a bit subjective but it is a great day)!

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Old 06-16-2013, 09:33 PM   #2
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I'm doing the same but my 4 year old isn't interested in helping yet

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Old 06-16-2013, 09:38 PM   #3
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I had my dad and my brother over for a brew session today. Hopefully make it a Father's Day tradition. Had three generations actually, if you call my 5yo wheeling her baby stroller around the kitchen while we brew helping

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My son is closing in on 23 and enjoys homebrew drinking but hasn't caught the bug on brewing. My Dad passed back in 2001 so we toast his picture that hangs over the bar - that's our version of 3 generations, Once the brewing's done, it's BBQ time - we also hope to make this a family tradition!

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My son is closing in on 23 and enjoys homebrew drinking but hasn't caught the bug on brewing. My Dad passed back in 2001 so we toast his picture that hangs over the bar - that's our version of 3 generations, Once the brewing's done, it's BBQ time - we also hope to make this a family tradition!
I was lucky enough to get a 4 gen picture. My grandfather passed when my boy was a year old
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Wow, 4 generations, that is awesome! No grandparents left for me so that option is out but I'm glad I can share it with my son.
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