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Old 02-09-2010, 03:21 AM   #1
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Default it finally happened. we're legally a brewery!!!!!

The federal government paperwork at last came in and we are ready to brew our first professional batch hopefully this Saturday,weather permitting. I'm pretty excited. Its been almost 2 years in the making.


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Old 02-09-2010, 03:25 AM   #2
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Cheers!!!!!!
you fulfilled the dreams of many of us best of luck with your endevour
Hopefully someday i will buy a bomber of beer from you from a local store!!!!


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Old 02-09-2010, 03:27 AM   #3
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thats awesome!
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The federal government paperwork at last came in and we are ready to brew our first professional batch hopefully this Saturday,weather permitting. I'm pretty excited. Its been almost 2 years in the making.

You can get licensed, AND still brew outdoors?
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Old 02-09-2010, 03:31 AM   #5
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You can get licensed, AND still brew outdoors?
No. We have 2000 sq ft but its a 2 hour drive from me. Richmond IN. If we get 8 more inches of snow this week I may get stuck on the drive. We have a 3bbl setup.
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No. We have 2000 sq ft but its a 2 hour drive from me. Richmond IN. If we get 8 more inches of snow this week I may get stuck on the drive. We have a 3bbl setup.
OHHH, that is a long drive bro!!

Richmond, IN eh? Hrmmmm close.
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Ill post pics now that I got my fancy phone. We have 2 80gallon steam kettles and we got that 90 gallon coffee pot that was at the free Mason place in ft Wayne. It was posted in the classifieds a few months back. We will be using 4 x 106 gal. Closed top wine tanks as fermentaters.
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Hrmmmmmm.... I'm guessing you can't legally sell your beer to me in Texas but maybe we can arrange a trade.

Congrats dude, that is awesome.
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awesome, what's on the brew menu?
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Congrats! Only an hour from me. Hopefully I will be able to pick up some of you brews eventually.


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