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Trizzle 01-30-2013 06:07 AM

I couldnt believe my ears!
 
With a busy work schedule, I really plan my brew days, it's my time. So sitting down to dinner with my wife, she says she notices how much I enjoy brewing and she said she's interested. My jaw dropped, i couldnt believe it! and so I invited her to help me out tmrw! Shes into it as of now and is full of questions. So I'm running through the process so she can help out.

Has anyone else had their wife help them brew?!?!

highgravitybacon 01-30-2013 06:17 AM

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Originally Posted by Trizzle (Post 4843021)
With a busy work schedule, I really plan my brew days, it's my time. So sitting down to dinner with my wife, she says she notices how much I enjoy brewing and she said she's interested. My jaw dropped, i couldnt believe it! and so I invited her to help me out tmrw! Shes into it as of now and is full of questions. So I'm running through the process so she can help out.

Has anyone else had their wife help them brew?!?!

No, thankfully. It's a hobby I like to do without my wife.

jhoneycutt 01-30-2013 06:39 AM

I usually ask mine to help with bottling.

masskrug 01-30-2013 09:31 AM

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Originally Posted by highgravitybacon (Post 4843028)
No, thankfully. It's a hobby I like to do without my wife.

+1. If you want to help out with something, mow the damn lawn.

temple240 01-30-2013 10:06 AM

My girlfriend likes to brew with me from time to time and she usually helps me bottle. The trick is to not overload her with info or she'll stop being amused. Keep it simple and fun if you want her to help again.

Butchv12 01-30-2013 10:25 AM

My wife has helped me bottle in the past when I have asked her. I usually don't get help from her and that's fine with me. It's my hobby/passion and not hers. We have been together for close to 30 years and there is a reason for that.

ButchV12

GrogNerd 01-30-2013 10:51 AM

I'll start to talk about brewing and she gets this glazed look in her eyes and says, "shoes?"

captwalt 01-30-2013 11:05 AM

My wife said to me this weekend that she really can't stand the smells of brew day. I suppose that means she will never want to help me.

lakesidebier 01-30-2013 11:08 AM

When I start talking to my wife about brewing she fakes a coma. LOL

Homercidal 01-30-2013 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trizzle (Post 4843021)
With a busy work schedule, I really plan my brew days, it's my time. So sitting down to dinner with my wife, she says she notices how much I enjoy brewing and she said she's interested. My jaw dropped, i couldnt believe it! and so I invited her to help me out tmrw! Shes into it as of now and is full of questions. So I'm running through the process so she can help out.

Has anyone else had their wife help them brew?!?!

Man, you got to jump on that right now!

After that you guys should totally plan some beers and start planning some equipment upgrades too!


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