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Old 12-17-2013, 04:34 PM   #61
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Nah,workin under the table deals with those concerned parties to at least see if & how it could be done at this point. ?...
This is beyond absurd on so many levels. Anyone who's ever worked across the table from federal employees would never even write this down. Can this post be sent to the crap heap forum?

Inbev would know better. They'd go visit their senators and congressman, and take their checkbook. Nobody walks into an unaffiliated federal agencies office and asks questions about them doing legislative work. They certainly would have had their own attorneys answer these questions anyway.
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Old 12-17-2013, 04:38 PM   #62
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They posted a thread about it last week. Invited folks to come out to the St. Louis brewery with any size bag they want. Take as much as you can carry. They were giving away 2011 Hallertau that had been stored at -40. Pretty sweet.
It was -4 degrees but still, well frozen! I'm Vice Chairman of the Anheuser Busch Home Brewers Group. We are part of several other "diversity" groups that reach out to small "diverse" groups within the brewery. There are brewing clubs in several AB breweries and including Goose Island. We have a brewing competition every year as folks send their brews in to St. Louis and they are judged by the AB taste panel using JBCP guidelines. For the record, those that want to drink Miller/Coors because Inbev is a foreign company just remember that Miller/Coors is owned by SAB. South African Breweries. I totally understand if one doesn't like the type of beer AB produces, that's fine. However it is still a high quality product in the style that it is. As far as hating homebrewers, well, I haven't heard anything like that...yet!
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Old 12-17-2013, 04:55 PM   #63
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Some one needs to tell the R&D department no more hiding behind a curtain we are putting our name clearly on the front.
R&D? Sounds like a marketing decision to me.
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Old 12-17-2013, 05:06 PM   #64
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Well it was a little clever. It was Anheuser Busch Incorporated or ABI. Now it's Anheuser Busch Inbev. ABI. I believe they are not incorporated anymore but are now an LLC.

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It was -4 degrees but still, well frozen! I'm Vice Chairman of the Anheuser Busch Home Brewers Group. We are part of several other "diversity" groups that reach out to small "diverse" groups within the brewery. There are brewing clubs in several AB breweries and including Goose Island. We have a brewing competition every year as folks send their brews in to St. Louis and they are judged by the AB taste panel using JBCP guidelines. For the record, those that want to drink Miller/Coors because Inbev is a foreign company just remember that Miller/Coors is owned by SAB. South African Breweries. I totally understand if one doesn't like the type of beer AB produces, that's fine. However it is still a high quality product in the style that it is. As far as hating homebrewers, well, I haven't heard anything like that...yet!
Well done. Now, do you have any info on these FEMA camps?
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An anonymous source is the barn cleaning business tells me the original post smells very familiar.

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Do we need a home-brew prepper forum here at HBT? Haven't seen the acronym WTSHTF yet and no one has suggested that we bury our equipment in the backyard yet, have they?
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