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Old 05-06-2013, 05:45 PM   #11
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I agree it's expensive; I use about 100lbs a week baking.

The brewery is looking good! Looking forward to trying your brew. been a long while since I've truly enjoyed a cold pint at a bar

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Old 05-08-2013, 05:02 PM   #12
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Spent another day scraping loose paint of the ceiling, it is truly amazing how much harder something is to work on when it is straight over your head on a ladder. Half the brewery needs the paint removed off the ceiling, the brew house and the fermentarium have chunks of paint that, left to their own devices, would soon come down. The conditioning room I am going to screw a piece of foam insulation into the ceiling and the ceiling in the supply room, back office and bathroom is in decent shape.

Yeah...Thanks previous tenant for painting a new coat on top of flaking paint instead of fixing it.

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Old 05-08-2013, 06:11 PM   #13
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I know exactly how hard it is. Used to do auto repair.

Its going to be worth it in the end. Keep at it.

Are you going to have a tasting room or just the brewery?

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Old 05-08-2013, 09:17 PM   #14
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let me know once you get the kickstarter goin!

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Old 05-09-2013, 05:21 AM   #15
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No tasting room, this simplifies my licensing and makes so that I don't need to provide food or have separate areas, plus frees up a lot of time for me. Ultimate plan is to have a brewpub some day of course. GF beer, GF food all in one place where you can sit down, have a burger and a pint and not have to ask any questions. That is the dream right there.

As far as progress goes got my revised logo back from the graphic designer and it looks great so that is going to be finished real soon. Other then that just working at the day job, sanding paint and reading paperwork.

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Old 05-10-2013, 12:06 PM   #16
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A vegan burger?

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Portobella burgers. They are tasty. I eat vegan food a lot. Some of it is aweful and some is pretty good. Indian food is usually vegan. If you aren't vegan, don't try vegan cheese.

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Sure, why not? Vegan spent GF grain burger recipe (no grain husks):
Spent grain, finely chopped onion, xantham gum, salt, taco or meat seasonings, touch of paprika and oil, mix it really well and put it in a forman grill. Tastes pretty good and keeps for more then a few days.

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My god! Recipe stolen. I'm brewing on Sunday. Black ipa. Black ipa-black bean burgers. Mmmmmm....

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Just make sure you cook it slowly and for a lot longer then you would guess or the middle stays sticky. I would post amounts of ingredients but I honestly just poured it into a mixer without really paying attention. A black IPA burger sounds pretty good...now I am hungry.

Approved the logo today, will probably have files for it this afternoon.

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