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Old 07-20-2014, 07:34 AM   #11
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Look for any fruit that can be gleened (taken for free) hanging over public property. I am sure there are lot of options, being in a tropical climate, where fruit is abundant and always fresh, the sky is the limit when it comes to picking and gathering fruit grown outside the fence Are there laws about gleening or picking the abundant fruit growing outside the fence. Sometimes I get lucky, and the property owners are thinning their trees at that time

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First fermenter: American Mild
Second fermenter: Empty
Long term aging: Strong Scottish Ale, American Stout
3 new hard ciders, first is a Apple Raspberry, second will be a Apple Grape, and third Apple Cranberry. These will all become Jacked Ciders

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