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View Poll Results: One beast to bring them all and in the darkness brine them
Unicorns? 7 6.36%
Wolpertinger? (a rabbit with fangs and horns) 23 20.91%
Very small Dogs? 4 3.64%
Sea Serpents? 13 11.82%
The Lernian Hydra? 11 10.00%
Aigikampoi? (Fish-tailed goat) 5 4.55%
Popobawa? (a gay rapist one eyed ogre)? 13 11.82%
Daphnaie? - (Laurel tree nymph) 23 20.91%
Talking Rats? 2 1.82%
Very Large dogs? 9 8.18%
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Old 11-20-2012, 05:34 AM   #231
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Don't forget to train them to help you brew...I hear they make some bitchin' beer
Gnome beer hmm. That would make a nice change from zombie wine.


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Old 11-20-2012, 07:23 PM   #232
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Gnome beer hmm. That would make a nice change from zombie wine.
Gnomes don't brew beer. They steal beer soaked bears and wring them out to get beer.

I almost think that one of you is a gnome, intentionally spreading mis-information to make bear stealing easier.


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Old 11-20-2012, 08:06 PM   #233
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Gnomes don't brew beer. They steal beer soaked bears and wring them out to get beer.

I almost think that one of you is a gnome, intentionally spreading mis-information to make bear stealing easier.
What about the whales? Gnomes don't steal those do they? I just named mine. Little bastards better not touch "Slimey".
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Old 11-20-2012, 08:17 PM   #234
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What about the whales? Gnomes don't steal those do they? I just named mine. Little bastards better not touch "Slimey".
I am sure Slimey would be happy to munch on a few gnomes. No worries.

Amazingly Polar bears can take down whales under the right circumstances involving ice and sparsely located "breathing" holes. The bears wait at these holes, occasionally dipping in to keep them open, and then jumping on the whales when they stop for a breath.

Just don't get your temps too low and it isn't a problem.
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I am sure Slimey would be happy to munch on a few gnomes. No worries.

Amazingly Polar bears can take down whales under the right circumstances involving ice and sparsely located "breathing" holes. The bears wait at these holes, occasionally dipping in to keep them open, and then jumping on the whales when they stop for a breath.

Just don't get your temps too low and it isn't a problem.
I have certain methods for repelling pesky bears of all species. They'll leave the beer alone if you just set out an old bowl of rotting demon parts loaded down with moldy cheez and drenched in Natty Ice. You should try it sometime.
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I have certain methods for repelling pesky bears of all species. They'll leave the beer alone if you just set out an old bowl of rotting demon parts loaded down with moldy cheez and drenched in Natty Ice. You should try it sometime.
You had me at "repelling pesky bears".......

I would like for you to study this tutorial so that you may finally realize which way you want the bears going.......
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f39/appa...rimary-187905/
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This poll is worthless without a manbearpig choice.

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You had me at "repelling pesky bears".......

I would like for you to study this tutorial so that you may finally realize which way you want the bears going.......
http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f39/appa...rimary-187905/
I've studied that literature and I, for one, am not buying it. Give me whales or give me death! Sometimes one begets the other though. Narwhals are nothing but trouble unless we're talking about a sour.
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Hmm, bear riding gnomish raiders....
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He he, I just finished my gnomish mutagen. It turns the gnomes into fermentable sugar!


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