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Old 11-07-2006, 11:00 PM   #11
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Just got the Dec. issue of BYO today. There, in living color, is our own Brewpastor showing off a most wicked brewing setup. Granted, the two steam kettles DO look a lot like stainless toilets, but this is one more badass setup ! The mash tun is huge and pivots to dump spent grain into a wheelbarrow for easy dumping. The fermenters are glycol cooled. The whole kit rolls on wheels, but I didn't see a trailer hitch. I guess it's just semi- portable.

The one question I'm left with is this: How come when I have a road sign, it's stolen. When the Pastor has one, it's Salvaged?

Congratulations Tom!!

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Old 11-07-2006, 11:52 PM   #12
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The one question I'm left with is this: How come when I have a road sign, it's stolen. When the Pastor has one, it's Salvaged?
I am a preacher and long ago discovered it is all in the choice of words. I could have said it was the result of some divine miracle, but that seemed too fundy to be believable. But I can honestly say it wasn't stolen!
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Old 11-08-2006, 01:40 AM   #13
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Yeah,

Congrats.

Now ist the first time I really wish I would get this magazine.

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Old 11-08-2006, 01:46 AM   #14
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I got a business reply card from BYO last month and sent it in to get a free copy of the thing, but it hasn't showed up yet. I hope this is the one they send me.

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Old 11-08-2006, 02:01 PM   #15
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I got my Dec. issue this last Saturday but didn't get a chance to crack it open until yesterday evening. There I was, sitting in 'the library', flipping through the pages when I happened to catch the word 'Brewpastor' in print. "Whoa!", I thought to myself, "is that our Brewpastor?!" Sure enough, they mention New Mexico and there's his picture! "Holy crap, it's him!"

And man, oh man, what a nice set-up!

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Old 11-08-2006, 05:55 PM   #16
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Congrats Brewpastor... still waiting for my issue, maybe be there tonight when I get home.

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reading right now at work actually. Ive drooled over the pics so many times here on the forums, its like dejavu.


Hey Pastor, we may be heading up to Taos for some skiing in Jan. Mind if we stop in and take a tour of your brewery, sample some beers, get an autograph etc etc?

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This is basically it with a pretty detailed description of everything.

It is interesting to see him standing next to his kettles so you can see how big they actually are. Pics don't seem to do it justice with nothing to scale it to
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reading right now at work actually. Ive drooled over the pics so many times here on the forums, its like dejavu.


Hey Pastor, we may be heading up to Taos for some skiing in Jan. Mind if we stop in and take a tour of your brewery, sample some beers, get an autograph etc etc?
Mi cervezaria, es su cervezaria. Let me know if it works out and we can set up the details.
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