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Old 08-03-2006, 12:10 AM   #1
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History of distillation

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The history of BREWING follows at 9:00 EST

I've seen it before, but have a new found interest now that I am homebrewing.

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Old 08-03-2006, 12:42 AM   #3
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YES!

I saw the last five minutes of the history of brewing special, just long enough to drool over Sam Adams' Utopias.

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Old 08-03-2006, 01:01 AM   #4
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Yeah, about 5 min after I posted I saw they are doing brewing next.

Ohhh... they are talking about malting, mashing......munic now, gots to go......

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Well, the bud brewery they are at definately isn't the one in NH. I've inspected all the cranes there, and that isn't it.

I have found myself yelling at the TV with them talking about bud. I
mean it really isn't beer.

It still is interesting tho.

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Damn, egypt dwarfed munic in beer exportation/production. Hypothetically.

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Ha! Yeah St. Louis. I clicked on the TV and there it was. Didn't know it was on and of course you guys had already found it Good thing they've moved on to the history.....



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Jim Koch!
Finally a decent brewery not anhiser busch.

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Jimmy Carter.
The best president in the world.

Legalized home brewing.


Thank you Jimmy Carter, you rock.
I think this may be on the way to the drunken rambling forum.

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Please correct me if I'm wrong but I could of sworn when they were talking to that guy about hydometers he said that as the alcohol content rises so does the hydrometer!

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