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Old 12-22-2012, 03:17 PM   #21
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It's just so messy. Or maybe that's me............

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Old 12-22-2012, 03:19 PM   #22
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Glitches. Usually I roll with it when the unexpected happens, but when glitch after glitch piles up and makes a crappy brewday, it sucks.

Funny how the more I drink, the more glitches there are. I may need to study this further.

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Glitches. Usually I roll with it when the unexpected happens, but when glitch after glitch piles up and makes a crappy brewday, it sucks.

Funny how the more I drink, the more glitches there are. I may need to study this further.
Yea, the issues I have during a brew day directly correlate to the amount of beer I have consumed. Like at midnight, drunk and pouring 5 gallons of work out of my keggle though the top into a funnel in a glass car boy since my siphon had clogged.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:38 PM   #24
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All the cleaning of every mind numbing little thing. But even moreso,not being able to afford to do 2 batches at once every time. It'd be nice to have more beer available more consistently. And I wish the lhbs would have the type & brands of grains I use for the same price or close as midwest.
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My last batch had glitches due to poor cleanup from the batch before where I was a little hammered during cleanup time.

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Old 12-22-2012, 04:21 PM   #26
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Glitches. Usually I roll with it when the unexpected happens, but when glitch after glitch piles up and makes a crappy brewday, it sucks.

Funny how the more I drink, the more glitches there are. I may need to study this further.
it's the opposite with me. the more I drink the less problems I tend to run into.


as for my peeve, not as much time as I would like. and milling. I have been using a Corona mill with a 2# hopper & can't wait to get something better.
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Lack of help with any of it except drinking it. My friends and family are good at that. And give me my bottles back dammit.

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Lack of help with any of it except drinking it. My friends and family are good at that. And give me my bottles back dammit.
I hear you on that one. Everyone wants to be a home brewer but nobody wants to be a home brewer. I've spent a few lonely nights in the garage over my kettle after "something suddenly came up" with my friends who want to brew beer. Never a problem when the beer is ready to drink though.
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The feeling of always looking at new brewing equipment and gadgets and justifying why I should buy or build them. My rig is good but can't seem to shake the constant search for an improvement or good deal. Pisses my wife off too.

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Old 12-23-2012, 01:33 AM   #30
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I give away so much beer. For New Year's, I'm putting together four-packs - for eighteen people! That's three cases of beer, if my math is right.

But its not a pet peeve, I like giving my beer away.

Lets see, pet peeve . . . oh I have one - how fast I go through PBW and how expensive it is.
I would like to be able to afford to give beer away like that, money is just still a bit tight for us with this economy.

Cheers and nicely done Pappers
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