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Old 09-19-2011, 01:15 AM   #1
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Brewed my Beer gt it cooled and in primary,went to take it upstairs,like a dumbass did not go up and turn a light on. Got tot the top of the stairs and missed and must have miscounted my steps,fell head first into a chest f drawers and bled into my brew.Just to let you know hw it turned out I am drinking ne as I type this. brewed and carbed up fine.


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Old 09-19-2011, 01:59 AM   #2
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Your typos increased as the post got longer.... its the blood!!!


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No metallic taste? Or was that just mean... I hope you recovered from the head injury.
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Vampire Red Ale???
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Hah! Awesome...
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Relax, blood used to be added to brew as a fermentation enhancer before they knew about yeast and nutrients and stuff. In fact, in my cider book it says some cider makers would hang a goat leg in the fermenting vat to help with fermentation. That kind of thing helps you to understand how we can get a little over the top with our sanitation concerns
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Relax, blood used to be added to brew as a fermentation enhancer before they knew about yeast and nutrients and stuff. In fact, in my cider book it says some cider makers would hang a goat leg in the fermenting vat to help with fermentation. That kind of thing helps you to understand how we can get a little over the top with our sanitation concerns
Seriously?
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How about in South America somewhere where the village women chew on something then spit it into a pot then ferment the stuff????
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I don't doubt it. They used to put a pigs leg in scrumpy (strong apple cider) Adds body LOL Probably the same reason as with the goat, for nutrients for the yeast.
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Seriously?
Completely serious actually


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