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Old 07-30-2008, 03:35 PM   #21
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*OMG, SOB u finally shelled the $20 for a subscription. Welcome man!
Thank You! It's nice to finally be a supporter other than the athletic kind

What is a Gold Supporter? I thought there was only Premium and Lifetime...

On another note...I guess no one is able to make it this weekend?! Chill, looks like you and me ahve to down my 2 full kegs and pickled eggs alone then! SWMBOs should be loving us the next day
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Old 07-31-2008, 12:04 AM   #22
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Gold is not done anymore. Next time I renew it will be premium. Same otherwise.

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Old 07-31-2008, 12:10 AM   #23
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It looks like I'm a no for this weekend, guys. I probably won't have to work, but I'll be brewing 2 batches at home on Saturday (I just can't see lugging all my stuff down to Delaware, brewing 2 batches, then having to lug it all back plus two full fermenters).

If it's just the two of you, you're more than welcome to make the trek up to Marion to brew with me (pending SWMBO approval). I've got a Brown ale and an IPA on tap ready to go.

I certainly don't expect plans to change for me, just presenting it as an alternative.

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Old 07-31-2008, 02:18 PM   #24
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We can always share some equipment so you dont have to lug EVERYTHING down here. Like you dont need to bring a burner and probably not a propane tank. You can use mine or someone else's pot and we typically only use one wort chiller for everyone.

It's up to you though. It's not only going to be Chill and me so were not going to make it up to your place.

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Old 08-01-2008, 12:42 AM   #25
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I really want to come. I just don't think I can this time. (Its nice to know that I have brewers close by)
Never really brewed with anyone before...
I have a blond ale that is going into the keg, a new castle clone that is going into the secondary, and I have to brew another blond ale for a wedding, all on Saturday. On top of that, we're checking out of the hotel early Sat morning & driving back from Cedar Point so I'll already be getting off to a late start, (vacation day Friday) & I still have 8 gallons of RO water to make... (Sigh)
Sunday I'm going to the super sport bike weekend at MidOhio so I have to get this done Sat...

How do you transport your wort? Do you pitch & then transfer in a car/truck? ...Or do you guys leave batches there?

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Old 08-01-2008, 06:33 AM   #26
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No excuses needed! It looks like you have enough PBR\BUD in your fridge to satisfy your thirsts

I think most people just pitch, airlock and drive home "safely" or have their SWMOOs drive home "extra safely."

BTW...I'm typing this at 130am as I just founf out I hace to drive to a job site 2.5rs away tomorrow morning and be there by 9am. You know, they could have told me BEFORE I got drunk!!!

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Yeah, that's the bratwurst boiling beer. It has been there since my birthday cookout in June. OK, OK, I drink PBR! That sucks about work. At least its Friday, they cant take that away from you.

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Old 08-02-2008, 12:18 AM   #28
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No excuses needed! It looks like you have enough PBR\BUD in your fridge to satisfy your thirsts

I think most people just pitch, airlock and drive home "safely" or have their SWMOOs drive home "extra safely."

BTW...I'm typing this at 130am as I just founf out I hace to drive to a job site 2.5rs away tomorrow morning and be there by 9am. You know, they could have told me BEFORE I got drunk!!!
Yeah and the drive home is free aeration!
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Yeah and the drive home is free aeration!
Isn't all aeration "free?"
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