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Old 03-15-2009, 12:29 PM   #1
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After talking to llazyllama about our messy kitchens, we both took pictures to see how bad it gets. Anyone have a good picture of their kitchen completely destroyed on brewdays?

Here's mine. Mind you, I brew outside.

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Old 03-15-2009, 12:35 PM   #2
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Here's the background info. I woke up at about 8 and took a shower. Got on HBT and trolled for a bit, then started cleaning and sanitizing my gear. Cleaned ~70 freshly delabeled bottles and started bottling an oatmeal stout. A friend of mine showed up to help, and learn about the whole process at about 10. By 11, we were drinking. Finished bottling, then started on my first batch of the day. By 1 PM, I had an extract batch going on the stove, and another out in the back yard. By 3, I was pretty lit. I forget the rest, but I'm pretty sure I ended up with 3 batches. Either that, or there's something nasty in these ale pails, and I really don't want to open them up to find out.

Oh, and I had the worst boil over in the history of boil overs. I'm pretty sure my ceiling is stained.

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Old 04-08-2009, 01:32 AM   #3
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There was a time when I would 'shake' the primary to get more O2 into the wort. Once till this tragic brew day, a day in which I had consumed almost a gallon of cyser before the shake... terrible idea. When I do this shake I grab my 6.5 plastic primary sideways, plug up the airlock hole with my thumb and start moving left to right. here are the results if it slips. The problem lies in the gravity, if it was 1060 it would had been a little easier to clean up. It was about 1090, w/cranberries.

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Old 04-08-2009, 03:42 AM   #4
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lol @ pimp

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I don't have a pic of it, but I had a siphon mishap once and sprayed beer all over the side of the fridge.

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Oh Damn Pimp! I was LMFAO!!!! That is some funny $#!T.

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My typical mess after brewday.



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wtf is the burned doing in the bath tub?????

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nother angle

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That last pic reminds me of dog puke... Not the "somewhat digested" puke, but the "right out of the bowl, into the stomach, and onto the floor" type of puke. Funny stuff man! Kibbles and bits and bits and bits....

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