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Old 02-08-2010, 03:14 PM   #101
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I think we got about the same (28-30"). They came through my neighborhood with a basic plow. One lane in the dead center, which means there's about 8 feet of unplowed/unshoveled space between the end of my driveway and the road. Glad I have a 4x4.

I should brew some mead and do some racking and other things, but I got mega lazy.
Unlike some of you where a snow day means the day off to sit and brew, I have to work from home.


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Old 02-08-2010, 03:29 PM   #102
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I think we got about the same (28-30"). They came through my neighborhood with a basic plow. One lane in the dead center, which means there's about 8 feet of unplowed/unshoveled space between the end of my driveway and the road. Glad I have a 4x4.

I should brew some mead and do some racking and other things, but I got mega lazy.
Unlike some of you where a snow day means the day off to sit and brew, I have to work from home.
They did the same thing to us with the plow. It took me over two hours of shoveling just to get to the damn driveway from the street. And a snow day for me means I still have to drive into work.


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Old 02-08-2010, 03:38 PM   #103
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well, i work from home when i brew too... but it usually consists of checking my email and answering a phone call or two.

thinking of doing an english brown but i have never brewed one, anyone have any good recommendations on recipes as a base?
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Old 02-08-2010, 04:00 PM   #104
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ha~ Ryan PA has an awesome recipe... do you beersmith?

we got about 19 inches, 8 more to come tomorrow.

i dug to the shed and have a wee heavey in the works!
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Old 02-08-2010, 04:02 PM   #105
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I have to take vacation time.
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that sucks....I could get to work, but i dont know where i would park!
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yup i use beersmith.

I actually just entered my wee heavy into war of the worts, will see the feedback i get.
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Old 02-08-2010, 04:27 PM   #108
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I'm often writing code during the mash and boil.
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flywire, email me, claphamsa 2 gmail and ill send you recipes
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I went and got a pizza for lunch just to get out of the house. The roads were OK, but not all there. Lots were clear, some were packed snow and other places it was single lane.


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