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Old 11-05-2010, 12:35 AM   #1
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Default Just tapped my kegs!

Just tapped my keg of dry stout (on Tuesday) and my keg of marzen (tonight). My first kegs ever! Both beers are fantastic. Made a black and tan with them tonight. Very tasty!


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Old 11-05-2010, 12:39 AM   #2
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Beer on tap at home is a glorious thing.


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Old 11-05-2010, 12:40 AM   #3
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Congrats! I too experienced this glorious feeling not too long ago
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Nice! I will be doing the same thing in the next few days. I can't wait to pour from the kegs for the first time.

The black and tan looks delicious.
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nothing like having a few kegs on tap. you get used to having good beer whenever you want it, instead of s.o.s. (sh@@ off the shelf, bmc, whatever you want to call it). drinking a great vanilla porter right now, aged 4 months... awesome stuff ... congrats on joining us
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your black and tan looks great I bet it tastes amazing with that marzen.
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Congrats. Just tapped three kegs in the new keezer. It's wonderful...
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Isnt the stout supposed to be on top? But whatever.
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Isnt the stout supposed to be on top? But whatever.
you are correct, elpenoso. I guess I've had so few B&T that I didn't realize it. Guess I'll have to pour one for breakfast!
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Isnt the stout supposed to be on top? But whatever.
It depends on the FG of the beer. When I did a black and tan, my IIPA was on the bottom and the stout was on the top. By the way, an IIPA and stout is a good combo, too!

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