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Old 03-12-2012, 01:45 PM   #1
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Well I do hvac and they called and told me that there is no work for me today. Hopefully that doesnt equal to me getting layed off. I figured i might as well take oppurtunity of they day off and brew. Im brewing a coffee stout today and the weather couldnt be better. Its 68 degrees out and sunny. I got another batch i can do tomorrow if it happens again. I might be brewing all week ha. Anybody else brewing this morning?

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Nice!

We got rain but at least it's warm and we are supposed to be near 70 later this week.

I'm kind of itching to brew myself. I have some Bell's yeast made up and I actually kept the yeast from my last batch too. I really ought to use it up before it has a chance to mutate or go bad...

That stuff from from a mild. I think it would work great to pitch onto a stout.

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Nice!

We got rain but at least it's warm and we are supposed to be near 70 later this week.

I'm kind of itching to brew myself. I have some Bell's yeast made up and I actually kept the yeast from my last batch too. I really ought to use it up before it has a chance to mutate or go bad...

That stuff from from a mild. I think it would work great to pitch onto a stout.
Nice. No bells here in maryland unfortunately.
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Man it's kinda boring brewing by myself. I usually have someone else with me. Guess I'll have to start cracking open a couple of beers to keep me company

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That sucks. My wife came home from the store and said she picked up a 6 pack of Two Hearted and put some in my beer fridge!

And Oberon will be coming out very soon...

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Hey what kind of beers do you got in Maryland?

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Hey what kind of beers do you got in Maryland?
Uhh alot but bells isn't one. We got dogfish brew Belgium troeggs some goose island. Stone flying dog I don't know quite a bit
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Just opened an old Rasputin for the first time. Its really good
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That sucks. My wife came home from the store and said she picked up a 6 pack of Two Hearted and put some in my beer fridge!

And Oberon will be coming out very soon...
Ive had the two hearted which was great but that's it
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