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Old 09-13-2010, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default 65 Gallon Brown

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to help brew on my friends new brew rig. I thought I'd post a few pics, it's really fun to see this in action. This rig has the capacity to do 100+ gallons.

Thanks Bob if you're out there, looking forward to our next one.

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Old 09-13-2010, 07:05 PM   #2
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I jizzed in my pants


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This is great. More pictures please......
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Wow.
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This is great. More pictures please......
sorry Mike, that's all I've got for now.. I'll take some more soon.
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Holy smokes that guy likes beer!
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San Diego? If you need help next brew, I'm available
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Chap, if you had JETS as your avatar then you'd be a shoe in
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Chap, if you had JETS as your avatar then you'd be a shoe in
After last night's debacle I may consider changing


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