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Old 01-18-2013, 03:39 PM   #11
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I had one last night. I had created this elaborately awesome Pipe Organ made into a keezer and was showing it off but could not remember how it works. Then one of the tap handles was too long and heavy and would not stay closed. And for some reason it was outside by a pool. I am confused. Though I really need to find a pipe organ to turn into a keezer. It was all majestic looking and shiny beautifully polished wood and chrome and brass and...

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Old 01-18-2013, 08:05 PM   #12
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I was in a hurry the other night and put together my tap lines. I got the gas side all setup and clamped, then did the liquid side and realized I was one clamp short, so I just stuck the picnic tap in it and put them on the kegs. I pulled a glass from each to sample and then went to bed. In the morning I ran out of the house and didnt check on the one without clamps and spent the rest of the next day wondering if the picnic tap popped out and I would find a 5 gallon APA puddle in my garage. I worried all damn day about that. Got home and it was ok, I have since taken that one off.

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Old 01-18-2013, 08:28 PM   #13
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I brew at my brother's house on a shared brew rig. I had a dream one night that I was running down the road with our entire brew rig trying to get to his house to brew. I got pulled over by the police about half way and had to dismantle the entire rig. I guess subconsciously that means that I want my own brew rig, right?

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Old 01-18-2013, 08:34 PM   #14
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I still dream about cleaning this up...
Bummer.
Hope that never happens to me.
Sorry man.
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Old 01-18-2013, 08:41 PM   #15
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I still dream about cleaning this up...
that is a nice lookin' terlet! we have yellow one in our downstairs bathroom that must be 35 years old. I want to turn it into a planter.


on topic: not that I ever recall. but I do have zombie dreams a lot though. the zombies are regular people until the sun goes down, then they're zombies. when the sun comes up, they can't remember anything about being one.
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Old 01-19-2013, 01:04 AM   #17
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I don't have dreams about brewing but I fall asleep to thoughts of brewing nearly every night. Wondering what kind of brew I can do for this winter, how many saisons can I have ready for summer, what kind of black beers can I brew. I think about how to launch a local homebrew event, make wort chillers, growing hops, ect.

I think it's a form of counting sheep for me.

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I hope someone, somewhere has made a keezer out of a pipe organ. That would be, I believe the term is appropriate, epic.

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I hope someone, somewhere has made a keezer out of a pipe organ. That would be, I believe the term is appropriate, epic.
After that dream and how epic it was, especially with the movable features like the key cover thing covering the drip tray... I think I just may have to make one. Maybe I will have to do it out of a smaller standup piano or the electric organ that I inherited once it dies its final death. Too bad it is not as shiny and purdy as my dream Organerator.
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But it will be good practice for when you get the organator. A piano keezer would be like those old speak easy piano bars, pretty epic in itself.

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