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Old 12-12-2012, 12:32 AM   #511
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Old 12-12-2012, 12:58 AM   #512
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That is a legitimate question in AL and MS.

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Old 12-12-2012, 01:35 AM   #513
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A guy at work asks what I am doing over the weekend. "Not much." I say, "Might brew some beer." "Wow!" Says the guy, "You ever get caught?"
Ha! Thats awesome!
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Old 12-12-2012, 01:45 AM   #514
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I was buying a Green Flash 4 pack of witbier which was $14. The check out clerk commented the high price was due to a high alcohol content. It was actually 4.7% ABV. But she had a point. If not based in reality, then based on consumer perspective it is assumed that the value of beer can be measured by the alcohol content.

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A guy at work asks what I am doing over the weekend. "Not much." I say, "Might brew some beer." "Wow!" Says the guy, "You ever get caught?"
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Old 12-12-2012, 02:19 PM   #517
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A guy at work asks what I am doing over the weekend. "Not much." I say, "Might brew some beer." "Wow!" Says the guy, "You ever get caught?"
Yup, my neighbors caught me doing it about three weeks after I moved in. Now I can't brew a batch without giving half of it away...
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a guy at work asks what i am doing over the weekend. "not much." i say, "might brew some beer." "wow!" says the guy, "you ever get caught?"
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I was buying a Green Flash 4 pack of witbier which was $14. The check out clerk commented the high price was due to a high alcohol content. It was actually 4.7% ABV. But she had a point. If not based in reality, then based on consumer perspective it is assumed that the value of beer can be measured by the alcohol content.
Well the more malt/adjuncts the higher the abv and cost to brew, so that does make some sense.
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:01 PM   #520
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Well the more malt/adjuncts the higher the abv and cost to brew, so that does make some sense.
Not if you understand economics. The price to make something has nothing to do with its value. If it did, brewers would be brewing saffron beer and we'd pay $1000 a 6-pack for it.
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