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Old 11-07-2010, 07:29 PM   #1
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Default Well that felt good

I didn't think that it was going to feel as good as it did, but I brewed up 2 batches yesterday. The first time brewing in a year. Damn, that felt good!

Sorry to toot my own horn, but I had to tell someone!
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Old 11-07-2010, 07:59 PM   #2
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I'm in complete agreement. I did and ale last week, a porter Friday night and a pumpkin yesterday. It's nice to have fuel in the pipeline.
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Old 11-07-2010, 08:08 PM   #3
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Ho, double brew day, feeling frisky aren't we ?
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Some dude on here broadcast video of him doing 4 batches in a day... fairly short day, too. I was impressed. I do 2-a-day often, but 4 would be a killer.
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Yeah, frisky indeed!

With everything else that I need to do on the weekends, kids/wife/house and what not, 2 batches is pushing it for me. I can't imagine doing 4.
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I am setting myself up for the same tortures.
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I know the feeling. Recently got back to brewing after a 4 year hiatus. (met girl, fell in love, got married, in short, life happened) Man it felt great to get the old brewery fired up again!
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Some dude on here broadcast video of him doing 4 batches in a day... fairly short day, too. I was impressed. I do 2-a-day often, but 4 would be a killer.
4 a day! Wow, 2 was enough with cleanup and everything, 4 in one day thats pretty ambitious.
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Two in a day? I'm really good at cramming two hours of brewing into six hours of work, so that would be a tiring day for me!
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4 a day! Wow, 2 was enough with cleanup and everything, 4 in one day thats pretty ambitious.

yeah i've done a 2 ten gallon batch day before. that was a lot of friggin work
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