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Old 07-23-2012, 11:59 PM   #1
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Heres my brewing partner, hard at work sanitizing for bottling day.

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Old 07-24-2012, 12:06 AM   #2
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Half the time it is my pint glass, the other half my lady friend.



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Old 07-24-2012, 12:15 AM   #3
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Horseballs... Lol.

For me personally, as a father of 3 kids, brewing is one of those sacred times when I don't want anyone bothering me. It keeps me sane, and I make better beer.

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Old 07-24-2012, 12:15 AM   #4
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Old 07-24-2012, 12:17 AM   #5
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Horseballs... Lol.

For me personally, as a father of 3 kids, brewing is one of those sacred times when I don't want anyone bothering me. It keeps me sane, and I make better beer.
Here, here! I agree. A time for me to do my own thing.
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I brew double brew days most of the time. Morning brew is mine and gets bottled. Afternoon/evening brews swmbo brews with me most days, and that gets kegged.

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My wife's cousin. She is a biologist by training so find the yeast fascinating as well as the whole process and the chemistry behind it all. So far she's helped on 3 brews and It's wonderful having the extra set of hands. Also it's nice being able to talk about this stuff in depth as my wife is not a big fan of beer.

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My wife's cousin. She is a biologist by training so find the yeast fascinating as well as the whole process and the chemistry behind it all. So far she's helped on 3 brews and It's wonderful having the extra set of hands. Also it's nice being able to talk about this stuff in depth as my wife is not a big fan of beer.
Careful there buddy
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I'm a NOOB, I'm on my third batch, but my wife and my college age daughter are both a great help when sanitizing and bottling. They are both sticklers on cleanliness, temperature control, and filling the bottles to the exact right amount when filling. I credit them for my success with good batches and no bottle bombs so far, and being happy with a perfectly brewed 5% alcohol content ale.

If I was on my own, I'm be trying to make insane 8% alcohol content ales bottled in bottles with spiders and mud that would keep you on the can for three days afterwards LOL...

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Your all much luckier than me! I have tried getting friends and family involved with no luck.... They all love to drink my beer though! I guess it will continue to be me and my year old cattle dog.



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