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Old 12-18-2008, 08:51 AM   #21
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Amend that, streetview is creepy. That looks like someone was standing at my driveway with a camera. That was recent too, I keep my trailer at a friends house, I only had it there because we cut down two trees this past summer.
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:57 PM   #22
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UPDATED: start time is 10:00, but Flyin' Lion has indicated that if people wanna show up earlier, that's fine because he's going to be getting started earlier anyway.

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Amend that, streetview is creepy. That looks like someone was standing at my driveway with a camera. That was recent too, I keep my trailer at a friends house, I only had it there because we cut down two trees this past summer.

How do you think they do that? A friend of mine thinks the cameras are on the city dump trucks....I agree, it is creepy....

FL....do you have a way to heat a c-load of water so I don't have to bring a separate HLT/Ladder/etc? We can figure out how to get sparge water into my mash-tun later--as long as you have a way to heat it, I'm cool.

I'll bring a full tank of propane too. And a burner. and a lotta other stuff. And sammiches.
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My setup is a 5 gallon cooler, 20 qt stock pot and a 15.5 gallon keggle. I heat my sparge water in the stock pot and should be done sparging by the time you arrive. Is 5 gallons enough to sparge with?

I have two relatively full propane tanks, and Home Depot isn't far.

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We can figure out how to get sparge water into my mash-tun later--as long as you have a way to heat it, I'm cool.
I batch sparge using a one quart, glass measuring cup...I'm pretty advanced.
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Well my son's mother has thrown a monkey wrench into my plans. I may not be able to make it. Negotiations are still in the works. If I make it I may not be able to brew. If that is the case I would still very much like to hang and try to be helpful. Best case scenario I would still like to brew but I just don't know yet... I will try to update as best I can.

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I batch sparge using a one quart, glass measuring cup...I'm pretty advanced.

That is how I do it too...do you think the other guys will be able to keep up with our technological advances in brewing science?
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Well my son's mother has thrown a monkey wrench into my plans. I may not be able to make it. Negotiations are still in the works. If I make it I may not be able to brew. If that is the case I would still very much like to hang and try to be helpful. Best case scenario I would still like to brew but I just don't know yet... I will try to update as best I can.

Sorry to hear this Devaspawn, but we'll keep a spot open for you.
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Still not sure what the status is for me coming out tomorrow and as I am Hagen's ride that puts his attendance in peril as well. I definitely won't be brewing but may still come down and hang out and help.

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I'm now bringing a buddy along...

And Mr Lion, what about my dog? Can I bring him? He is a little wimp and is fairly good...I can keep him leashed up to the vehicle if you have concerns. My neighbor who would have let him out once during the day is gonna be out of town tomorrow. Be honest, if you'd prefer not, he can be in the kennel while Im gone. He's gone a long time in there in the past.

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