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Damn, that sir is impressive! I can't say I've ever played real pinball, but it looks fun.

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Old 03-07-2012, 06:29 PM   #122
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Damn, that sir is impressive! I can't say I've ever played real pinball, but it looks fun.
This statement makes me feel very old. Thanks for the buzzkill. :-)
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Old 03-07-2012, 07:50 PM   #123
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Yeah I had thought about using DME for that stuff in the past too. But I do [retty well with extra wort from a brew. DME is of course way more convenient to use.



ePOT for sale:
In case anyone was lurking and looking to buy a premade electrical pot, I posted this up in the classifieds.
Rumor has it your ePot is sold
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This statement makes me feel very old. Thanks for the buzzkill. :-)
Haha - I was thinking the same thing!

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Rumor has it your ePot is sold

It looks like we just grabbed another one to the ebrewing ranks! moo oo ahh ahh ahhhh......
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Haha - I was thinking the same thing!




It looks like we just grabbed another one to the ebrewing ranks! moo oo ahh ahh ahhhh......
Planning on running a hybrid propane/electric setup =) I wont fully get rid of the propane burner... yet...
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Man, electric isnt cheap....

$200 to run 30A/240V GFCI to the garage
$160 for my controller guts (PID, switches, SSR, etc)
$40 for my enclosure

So.... I think my budget is shot. But everything is on order... I tend to shotgun big purchases so it doesnt hurt as much =) Kinda like a bandaid.... rip it off fast!

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Man, electric isnt cheap....

$200 to run 30A/240V GFCI to the garage
$160 for my controller guts (PID, switches, SSR, etc)
$40 for my enclosure

So.... I think my budget is shot. But everything is on order... I tend to shotgun big purchases so it doesnt hurt as much =) Kinda like a bandaid.... rip it off fast!
It sure isn't, but you are going to really enjoy it, and the subsequent upgrades!

If it makes you feel any better my budget is shot too. New pot is ordered and the hardware to get it going. Plus two motors to make my HLT stir paddle. It will be great because those are most of the big upgrade we will need for a long time, or until we buy a brewing license! haha. But right now it is a bit tight on the budget.
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Old 03-08-2012, 11:38 AM   #128
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just added that sack of rye for mparsons and I (50/50 split)

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Haha, I'll have to throw a summer party for ya guys! Maybe we plan it around the next buy pickup, do pickup in the morning at TwoGunz and then that afternoon have everyone come over for beers, BBQ, and pinball!

Here is a recent picture of my gameroom: http://sphotos.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-...49906453_n.jpg

Currently have 14 pins, 1 pool table, 1 shuffle bowler, and 1 MAME machine in the basement. Then have a project pin upstairs and another one stored at my parents house too.
THAT'S your basement?! It looks like an arcade. I am insanely jealous.

I feel like this is one of those hobbies that is destined for my future. Actually, it seems like most people make a progression through beer brewing, wood working, arcade setup, vintage cars... I'm still on the first though, luckily, until I make more money.
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THAT'S your basement?! It looks like an arcade. I am insanely jealous.

I feel like this is one of those hobbies that is destined for my future. Actually, it seems like most people make a progression through beer brewing, wood working, arcade setup, vintage cars... I'm still on the first though, luckily, until I make more money.
yeah was talking with Jeff about prices on those pinball machines. Looks like I won't be getting one anytime soon! Would love to have one, but if my current spending tries my wife's patience... so will a sweet pinball machine.
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