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Old 08-25-2008, 08:18 PM   #1
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Default THIS is why you can't have too many cornies...

This is what happens when you spend more time serving your beer at parties than actually brewing.

Six weeks ago, these guys were all filled. Three major parties and some normal consumption later...I have work to do.

No worries though...I still have 9 other (partially) filled kegs still in service and 6 fermenters chugging away.

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Old 08-25-2008, 08:26 PM   #2
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Old 08-25-2008, 08:27 PM   #3
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I wish I lived closer to you! You must party like a College Freshman from a baptist background!

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20 cornies - Check
4 fermenters - Check

Enough time to brew as often as I'd like during hours while I am still concious - Fail

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Old 08-25-2008, 10:42 PM   #5
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You must party like a College Freshman from a baptist background!
Ha ha that’s great. "That’s not a beer gut, that’s my liver."

I know what you mean about never having enough. I’m recovering from a dry spell and now I have 2 batches keged and two conditioning
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Old 08-25-2008, 10:50 PM   #6
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I know what you mean brother...I'm glad this is just a hobby and not a REAL job!!!

Current inventory goes something like this:

23 cornies...18 full (2 on tap, 7 in the keezer, the rest waiting in line)...check...

23 cases of German 1/2 liters...4 full...check...

100+ wine bottles...about 80 full of meads and assorted Apfelweins...check...

22 carboys...3 full...check...

5 primary buckets...3 full, check...

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i know what you mean, man. i always think i have a TON of beer lying around, then i tap a few of them and invite some friends over and next thing i know...I'm out of prepared beer! crazy how fast they go, especially the light beers.

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Better believe it. I thought I was doing good with 7 or 8 full corneys and about 20 or so dozen bottles full. I bow to the masters....
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Ooops.

Make that 7 fermenters chuggin along.

Gotta empty out that carboy for my 999-barleywine this weekend.

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