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Old 03-19-2012, 11:48 AM   #121
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looking great! Makes me want to run to HD and get a copper coil to finish off my herms Brewed this weekend to get the electric s set up,.... it was really great. You are going to love flipping switches on your control panel!



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Old 03-19-2012, 01:51 PM   #122
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That reminds me of mine when it was still shiny Looks good.
Yes I am sure that it is only a matter of time until it looks well used!

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Looking good man. I need to swing by and check it out.
Yeah man just let me know welcome any time...glad to show you what I have done.

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looking great! Makes me want to run to HD and get a copper coil to finish off my herms Brewed this weekend to get the electric s set up,.... it was really great. You are going to love flipping switches on your control panel!
Well worth the time and energy invested, only 20' but I think it should do the trick...now to finish the panel, so I can start flipping switches! Thanks everyone.


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Old 03-24-2012, 11:30 AM   #123
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I have done nothing but walk past my build in days I feel so bad and now I will be away for almost two weeks for work! Man life sure gets in the way of all the fun stuff at times...first week of April I am on vacation and will make much progress, or at lest tht sis my current plan! All the best everyone cheers!

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Old 03-24-2012, 01:07 PM   #124
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I have done nothing but walk past my build in days I feel so bad and now I will be away for almost two weeks for work! Man life sure gets in the way of all the fun stuff at times...first week of April I am on vacation and will make much progress, or at lest tht sis my current plan! All the best everyone cheers!
Maybe you shouldn't be allowed to drink any beers until you work on it.
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:24 PM   #125
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Copyright that is just evil! I am currently in Hawaii for business so I will have to drink a few local brews to hold me over! Aloha
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Old 03-25-2012, 11:13 PM   #126
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Copyright that is just evil! I am currently in Hawaii for business so I will have to drink a few local brews to hold me over! Aloha
True story. I was thinking about starting to brew, but was being lazy about it and kept putting it off. I bought a quarter keg of Genny Cream Ale ("Genny Screamers") and forced myself to drink it (and only it instead of the nice IPA's I had in bottle) until I brewed my first batch.
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Old 03-26-2012, 12:45 AM   #127
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True story. I was thinking about starting to brew, but was being lazy about it and kept putting it off. I bought a quarter keg of Genny Cream Ale ("Genny Screamers") and forced myself to drink it (and only it instead of the nice IPA's I had in bottle) until I brewed my first batch.
Man that is rough Genny!!! Wow
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Hey man - check out post #252. I know you went copper on your coil, but just a heads up for in the future or if you need to make another coil, etc. Hope the rest is well in HI!

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Hey man - check out post #252. I know you went copper on your coil, but just a heads up for in the future or if you need to make another coil, etc. Hope the rest is well in HI!
A bending JIG nice, now you tell me LOL, but if I ever re-do it I will call you, and yes Hawaii was great!!! this 32 degree weather here certainly sucks!!!

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Thanks, yeah been on vacation for going on three days now and have yet had time to work on it, darn kids keeping me moving on spring break!!


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