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Old 12-16-2009, 12:40 AM   #21
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I had never screwed in a garage before but done it in my kitchen many times. I have to say that the garage has several benefits over a deck, comfort not being the least of them.
WTF are you talking about?


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Old 12-16-2009, 12:53 AM   #22
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WTF are you talking about?
Of course, you know well that if I'd said that, it would have been a lie!

BTW, does semen affect head retention?


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BTW, does semen affect head retention?
I don't know, just wipe it from your lips before taking your first sip
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I don't know, just wipe it from your lips before taking your first sip
Experience speaking! Everyone listen...
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Semen aside, I'm down for brewing on the 9th. Walker, let me know how many people will be brewing, because I might do 10 gallons myself if possible, I've got a party coming up the end of January and I won't be able to brew before then.

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Old 12-16-2009, 03:17 AM   #26
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Semen aside, I'm down for brewing on the 9th. Walker, let me know how many people will be brewing, because I might do 10 gallons myself if possible, I've got a party coming up the end of January and I won't be able to brew before then.
Kind of pushing it to get your beer in a glass in 3 weeks, aren't you? What are you planning to make?

Right now we have:

My rig, 5 gallons of space claimed, the other 5 open for a piggybacker. Thinking 'porter', but that's not firm. If I make the porter, I can cook up a starter of 1028 London Ale yeast if anyone wants to use the same strain.

Boston's rig, all space claimed. Brewing = ?

Frink's rig, all space claimed. Brewing = ?

I believe Barc and Ryan both want to take a batch home, so we'll definitely need at least one more rig.... two if no one wants to pair up.

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I would like to bring my rig and brew, space permitting. If santa brings me some ball valves, I may even be able to do a 10 gallon batch. Otherwise, it'll be a 5er for me. Also, depending on the weather we could use the driveway as well to free up some more space inside the garage. Just a thought. Someone consult the farmer's almanac and report back.

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My driveway would be precarious. It has a slope down to the street. Not exactly where you want to have 100+ lbs of steel, fire, and boiling liquid, but great for draining away water.

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I can bring up a cordless drill, as well. And a barley crusher if it is needed. And malt and hops and whatever...

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FOLKS.... if we want to order grain and have it shipped to my house, I need to do this ASAP. I will be out of town from 12/26 through 1/7, so I need to order and take delivery before Christmas.

I have this info already:
Boston - 25lbs of 2-row
Frink - 25lbs of 2-row

I can use 25lbs myself, so we are probably looking at 100lbs at least.

I can also tack any specialty grains and/or hops onto my order if you want, but I need to know what you want ordered IMMEDIATELY.



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