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Old 08-01-2011, 06:17 PM   #1
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Default Help! My nook died and I can't read BCS-- brewing tomorrow!

So, I'm going to the LHBS today after work, and it's a bit of a drive. I had the recipe for BCS' Irish Red that I was planning on buying, but since I can't view my nook, I'm in the dark.

I know it's copy-written material, so could anyone suggest something that's close to the Irish Red in BCS or their favorite alternative? I would greatly appreciate it!

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Old 08-01-2011, 06:49 PM   #2
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Simple go here download nook for the PC or Mac and then sign in you can load your book on the the computer and read it. Or if you have a smart phone download the app for your phone.
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/free...pps/379002321/


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Another reason to have the hard copy. What you going to do when the Zombies take over?
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Another reason to have the hard copy. What you going to do when the Zombies take over?
Beat them to death with my non-functioning nook?
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Another reason to have the hard copy. What you going to do when the Zombies take over?
Read them beer recipes out of your book?
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Read them beer recipes out of your book?
Get them drunk!
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Hmmm. I wonder what zombie brains would taste like in beer...
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Hmmm. I wonder what zombie brains would taste like in beer...
I add mine at the start of the boil on account of infection risk being so high.
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I add mine at the start of the boil on account of infection risk being so high.
Can zombie brains be mashed?
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