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Old 09-09-2008, 01:09 AM   #1
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Ok as some of you may know I am a paramedic in Baton Rouge La, In case you havent heard we had a Little storm which knocked out the power for the past week. I had a Bitburger clone in secondary in my freezer at 55 degrees until I got activated and did not come home from work for 8 days. Well with the power out the freezer got hot, I would guesstimate >110-120 drgrees. What are the chances the beer is going to be worth a ****? I looked at it this afternoon when I got home and it looks fine. Let me know your opinions. Thanks.

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Old 09-09-2008, 01:32 AM   #2
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Not sure....

But

Were you at the airport at all there in Baton Rouge?
I was there on Tue and Wed helping move stuff, when Air Force One was there.

Just thought I'd ask.

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i can tell you that my harp clone that was aged for 3 months in my keezer at 40 is sh*t now without the power. my rootbeer; however, is still delicious and was quite refreshing after day 2 when it was the only semi cold thing to drink

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Old 09-09-2008, 01:07 PM   #4
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No, I was at State Police Headquarters.


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Not sure....

But

Were you at the airport at all there in Baton Rouge?
I was there on Tue and Wed helping move stuff, when Air Force One was there.

Just thought I'd ask.
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Primary : German Pilsner, Bitburger clone
Secondary : empty
Keg 1 : Star Spangled Lager
Keg 2 : Dim Wit
Keg 3 : Honey Brown Lager
Bottled:Edworts Apfelwein

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