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Old 02-17-2012, 03:21 AM   #611
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Calm down calm down... Everyone knows if you need to shove a cow inside of an ox and barbecue them whole you are the man to see...

At least admit you left the state while the beer was in primary
Don't forget about the pig that's stuffed inside of the cow. Not to mention, the turkey, and the chicken, and the duck, and the Linguiça...

Brian, that's a challenge. How big can you go on the meat?


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Don't forget about the pig that's stuffed inside of the cow. Not to mention, the turkey, and the chicken, and the duck, and the Linguiça...

Brian, that's a challenge. How big can you go on the meat?
Yeah, that. I'm a lifelong vegetarian and I still watched it


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Yeah, that. I'm a lifelong vegetarian and I still watched it
I'm sorry, you don't know what you're missing...
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I'm sorry, you don't know what you're missing...
I'm guessing about 40-60 lbs...
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I'm guessing about 40-60 lbs...
That, and hard arteries...
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And, why are we quoting each other?
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Old 02-17-2012, 03:51 AM   #617
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And, why are we quoting each other?
I dunno... We're the only people here. Cape is crying into his failed beer, and everyone else is asleep...
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Just for the record, I'm awake and mourning the loss of this beer. I have drowned ny sorrows in 8 sweetwater 420s, but I'm awake.
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I would like to say I just joined this amazing thread. And when I have the money I shall make this beer! For challenge excepted!
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Old 02-17-2012, 04:11 AM   #620
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It is sad I know. There is a DFH 120 clone thread on here where people routinely make beers over 20% alcohol. The key is that they make a strong beer, then add sugar to it successively. And I think therein lies the ticket. I think to make this beer you either need to use a high percentage of simple sugar, or at least add the super high gravity wort like what Cape made in smaller doses over a period of days.


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