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Old 12-05-2006, 12:33 AM   #11
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Nice Orfy!

It's no fair my kids get a calendar they look forward to. Finally, one for the adults!

You know, that would really be a great marketing tool for a commercial brewery to use to promote their product. It would be easy to do, as it would only require a simple change to the top of the box.

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Old 12-05-2006, 12:50 AM   #12
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SWEET!

But, just one a day??
We're 4 behind already. I won't get my act together on this till the 20th any way. That ends up being a better average.
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Old 12-05-2006, 01:02 AM   #13
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I am going to make some of these for next year as pressies. Most of my mates are p-heads.

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Old 12-05-2006, 01:57 AM   #14
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Awesome idea. I brought several cases of German beer back with me back in 95 so I have a few racks for such a project. Ausgescheischnet!
That is a great idea!!

Ed: You meant to say "ausgezeichnet", right? Excellent!!

You mean racks like these? : I have 15 1/2 pictured here, of which 5 1/2 cases are conditioning (to be lagered) and another 3 1/2 cases in the garage lagering...
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Old 12-05-2006, 02:52 AM   #15
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That is a great idea!!

Ed: You meant to say "ausgezeichnet", right? Excellent!!

You mean racks like these? : I have 15 1/2 pictured here, of which 5 1/2 cases are conditioning (to be lagered) and another 3 1/2 cases in the garage lagering...
Holy Mother of God!! IS that your storage room? That's pretty impressive!!
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Old 12-05-2006, 05:07 AM   #16
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Yes, it is, but you're only seeing a part of it. I also have 2 cabinets with glasses up the wazoo.

I also have 2 stainless steel medical cabinets where I store all the equipment: hoses, canes, syphons, washers, caps, etc.

The large boxes are 55# malt (they are on a dolly for easy moving) and the boxes have bottles in them. Behind the malt and underneath the shelves there are also about a dozen cases of mead and conditioning brews.

(RE-EDITED with smaller pictures).

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SUPERB idea Orfy.

And I think you need to adopt a 40 year old son Bill.

Oh please, let me volunteer.


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SUPERB idea Orfy. And I think you need to adopt a 40 year old son Bill. Oh please, let me volunteer. Ize
How about I just leave some of that stuff in my Will for ya?

I've got wayyyyy too many toys...nah!

BTW, I also have 25 cornies in my garage!!! I'm still "collecting" all the other peripheral equipment I need to keg with. Still looking for the right tap. I already purchased some tap handles.
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How about I just leave some of that stuff in my Will for ya?

I've got wayyyyy too many toys...nah!

BTW, I also have 25 cornies in my garage!!! I'm still "collecting" all the other peripheral equipment I need to keg with. Still looking for the right tap. I already purchased some tap handles.
Hey, just leave me whatever you want.

Sorry to thread-jack Orfy. What are you going to use as the keggerator? And what kind of taps are you thinking?

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Yes, it is, but you're only seeing a part of it. I also have 2 cabinets with glasses up the wazoo.

I also have 2 stainless steel medical cabinets where I store all the equipment: hoses, canes, syphons, washers, caps, etc.

The large boxes are 55# malt (they are on a dolly for easy moving) and the boxes have bottles in them. Behind the malt and underneath the shelves there are also about a dozen cases of mead and conditioning brews.

(RE-EDITED with smaller pictures).
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