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View Poll Results: How much did you brew this year?
None 1 1.92%
Less than 10 gallons 1 1.92%
10 to 20 gallons 7 13.46%
20 to 40 gallons 18 34.62%
40 to 60 gallons 8 15.38%
60 to 100 gallons 9 17.31%
100 to 200 gallons 6 11.54%
I'd rather not say, the beer police might find out. 2 3.85%
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Old 01-06-2006, 05:27 PM   #21
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You guys and this forum have really inspired me, I started homebrewing about 15 years ago with a buddy of mine. We brewed at least once a month until the time kids got older , then I found another love, riding my Harley around the country. This year I have about 40 gals under my belt (no pun intended). Now I am waiting for one more part to come in to fire up my 3 tier AG system and then it's off to the races. Already worked out a deal at a local micro-brewery to help them for grain and whatever else I will need. So maybe I can keep up with some of you BREW MONSTERS!!!
right on bro! when you get the system done, post a pic for use
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Old 01-06-2006, 05:29 PM   #22
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right on bro! when you get the system done, post a pic for use
And make sure the Harley is parked right next to it
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Old 01-06-2006, 05:31 PM   #23
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I get them on this weekend...

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Old 01-06-2006, 05:41 PM   #24
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And make sure the Harley is parked right next to it
no harley talk please! i'm still bitter about having to schuck mine due to divorse 2 yrs ago. man she was sweet....'99 Nightrain, Santee Wide Drive swingarm kit, West Coast Choppers 9" Diablo rear fender, Avon Venom 200 rubber, slammed to the ground w/ White Brother's adjust a ride shocks, 12" apes w/ 2.4" risers, 3/8" Super Spoke Wheels, billet axle-mount license plate....
man......
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I feel your pain Brother, mine has turned into my personal therapist. My wife has said she would get another job to keep from selling mine. It's the only thing that keeps me sane in this messed up world....

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Old 01-06-2006, 09:16 PM   #26
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it was like having to give up a kid! i had a '91 FXR (first bike), then a FLHRPI, my dip-s**t ex had a Heritage we stripped and custom painted, then my Nightrain.
kinda a funny story....when i bought my FXR, i joined H.O.G. two days later i got a call from H.O.G. saying i was the 500,000th member to join. they flew a photographer down for two day photo shoot, and out me on the cover of H.O.G. Tales. then fley me up to Milwaukee for the National Rally, shipped my bike, put us up downtown at the rally. had a blast.

but, now i'm just a homebrewer.........enjoy the scooter for those of us who've lost out!!!!!!!

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no harley talk please! i'm still bitter about having to schuck mine due to divorse 2 yrs ago. man she was sweet....'99 Nightrain, Santee Wide Drive swingarm kit, West Coast Choppers 9" Diablo rear fender, Avon Venom 200 rubber, slammed to the ground w/ White Brother's adjust a ride shocks, 12" apes w/ 2.4" risers, 3/8" Super Spoke Wheels, billet axle-mount license plate....
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Ouch.

On topic, I don't know exactly, as my computer with all my Promash files took a dump. I hope I'm able to recover them. I think I did 13 or 14 batches, so 65-70 gallons.

Amongst other things, I need to get my brewery put toghther. It's been neglected the past month or so.
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Will do, as a matter of fact I will be riding out to Fort Worth this summer to see a buddy of mine. Can't wait, love to get on the back roads and see what it use to be like (can't stand riding interstate).

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Ouch.

On topic, I don't know exactly, as my computer with all my Promash files took a dump. I hope I'm able to recover them. I think I did 13 or 14 batches, so 65-70 gallons.
Private mail me with what happened to your computer. Was it the HArd drive? I know of a tool that might recover it. Can take over night to do it.
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Private mail me with what happened to your computer. Was it the HArd drive? I know of a tool that might recover it. Can take over night to do it.
Actually I've had this happen before. It is something that Windows requires to boot up that is corrupt.

The last time this happened, I was able to run the drive as a slave. I had access to everything. I think I'll be able to do the same with this one. It's just that right now, I have lots of other things going on, and it's low on the priority list.

I think I've tracked the source of the problem down to a voltage issue with my power supply. Since I've been running it, I've had the same problem with another HDD, as well as losing a CPU and motherboard. So, basically, I need to replace my PSU, and install a new master HDD, then hook up my old HDD and retrieve my files.

Not that difficult, as I have planty of spare parts around, but I really don't have time to mess with it now.

If I'm wrong, I'll be getting back to you.
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