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Old 01-28-2012, 04:29 PM   #1
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Default heatinang up strike water on this blisteringly "warm" morning! anyone else brewing?

While i do not have the cold mornings that the NE does, it's damn chilly... all the roofs around me are covered in white because of frost. but of course, i'm outside brewing beer at 8:30a, cup of coffee in hand. mash water is quickly heating to strike temp.

anyone else with me this mornin?

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