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Old 09-20-2005, 12:25 PM   #11
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I guess that's why brewing is a good allegory for love. It takes forever and you don't know whether or not it will be good until it's time to drink.

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Old 09-20-2005, 02:51 PM   #12
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I guess that's why brewing is a good allegory for love. It takes forever and you don't know whether or not it will be good until it's time to drink.
How do come up with this stuff at 7 am?
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How do come up with this stuff at 7 am?
I came up with it last night on my drive home from school. Didn't hop on the board until this morning.
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Old 09-20-2005, 03:47 PM   #14
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so what you are saying is that from sun-up to sun-down you think about sex and beer?

are you still in college?

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so what you are saying is that from sun-up to sun-down you think about sex and beer?

are you still in college?

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I have a pregnant wife. What do you think got me into this situation?

Sex and Beer both mean the same thing now: consequences.
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Old 09-20-2005, 04:12 PM   #16
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It'll all be worth it later.

My 2 year old learned quite a few new words last week; carboy, wort, trub, krausen, porter, and hops.

Last night he looked at the krausen in my fermenters and said:

this one looks like bread. (porter with thick white foam)
this one looks like salad. (dry hopped IPA)

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It'll all be worth it later.

My 2 year old learned quite a few new words last week; carboy, wort, trub, krausen, porter, and hops.

Last night he looked at the krausen in my fermenters and said:

this one looks like bread. (porter with thick white foam)
this one looks like salad. (dry hopped IPA)
He can pronounce krauesen? Next he'll be telling you about a-amalyse and dialytic rest. If he starts computing IBUs, you're in for some FUN science fair projects in a few years.
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Old 09-20-2005, 04:37 PM   #18
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yes, he can pronouce krauesen.

In fact, he's WAY into dinosaurs and can correcty pronounce Micropachycephelasaurus.

He's quite a piece of work... he'll be able to outsmart me in 3 years, I know. I'll be asking him for advice on recipes, probably.

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this reminds me... he asked me if he could brew a batch of "his" beer. (root beer).

Anyone have a recipe?

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Try a search in the recipes section...about two months ago there were a couple of threads on root beer.

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