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Old 07-09-2013, 12:51 PM   #21
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Me and my lab, Cody, brewing up a low gravity Saison.

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Cody, my lab, and I brewing on Sunday. He is not real excited to sit in the garage on a hot summer day in Orlando, but he makes do.

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Old 07-09-2013, 12:57 PM   #22
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Swmbo got drunk one day when I was brewing and thought it would be funny to hold the cat above the wort I was chilling. Cat Fur Ale for everyone!

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Old 07-09-2013, 01:14 PM   #23
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He enjoys the excitement of hearing the propane roaring and the sweet smell in the air and the cool garage floor lol He also likes the peanut butter treats made from the spent grains

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Maybe he likes carbon monoxide? You have some sort of ventilation in there right?
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Old 07-10-2013, 06:03 AM   #24
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Maybe he likes carbon monoxide? You have some sort of ventilation in there right?
I was born at night, but not last night lol 3 car bay doors. 1 stays open and so does the person door to keep a cross draft.

I could see how you could see that as a sealed garage lol I keep the door right next to the burner shut to reduce draft
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Old 07-10-2013, 08:40 AM   #25
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Things I have learned while trying to brew around multiple dogs. Siberian Huskies anyway.
  1. If it is edible, it will be eaten. If it is not edible, it will be shredded or punctured.
  2. DME will be discovered, no matter how deeply you bury it in the bits and parts bin. Said DME will be distributed widely around the kitchen and on all the stuff in the parts bin.
  3. DME is damn sticky.
  4. The siphon tube can move at high velocity from one room to another.
  5. Keep a lid on all buckets unless you like dog slobber in the wort.
  6. Star San when properly diluted is tasty. At least, my dogs will not leave it alone.
  7. Herbs on the counter will be thoughtfully distributed evenly around the kitchen.
  8. It is possible to pull an empty 8 gallon kettle off the stove. It makes a hell of a bang.
  9. The tubing for chiller the should be supported above the counter or it will be pulled out of the sink and flood the floor. No, a little higher than that...
  10. Yeah, I know hops are bad for dogs. I'm considering it.
as far as your quotes go "txin txin!" catalan for cheers, sound like "chin chin!"
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I was born at night, but not last night lol 3 car bay doors. 1 stays open and so does the person door to keep a cross draft.

I could see how you could see that as a sealed garage lol I keep the door right next to the burner shut to reduce draft
Right on!
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Old 07-11-2013, 12:23 AM   #27
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Apparently the sound of a jet burner at full blast irresistable to my two girls. Literally have to put them in the backyard during the boil to keep them away from it.

Also, I'm pretty sure they have become accustomed to the smell of mashed grain, as they are very attentive the rest of the day expecting spent grain dog biscuits, which I always make for them.

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Here they are while I'm trying to enjoy a Pale Ale right now.

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