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Old 02-28-2012, 01:28 PM   #1
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Default How many gallons in 2012... what do they do with all that beer?

hah, let this thread die. Should have been posted in drunken ramblings or something.


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Old 02-28-2012, 01:32 PM   #2
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I am pretty sure that is all those who post in that thread combining their brews together.


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Old 02-28-2012, 01:32 PM   #3
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Think you may have missed this from the OP:

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^this.

That number is the cumulative total -- when you post to the thread, most people add in their contribution like so:

Old total
+ their batch
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gak27, I couldn't help but notice your sig says "vinyl enthusiast". Siding is pretty cool and all, better than brick anyway, but I don't understand how someone can be enthusiastic about it.
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In the general forum there is a thread titled "How many gallons in 2012?". A lot of the guys posting are reporting 5 gallon batches yet many of the recent posts have claimed to brew over 7000 gallons of beer so far this year.

The last post was up to 7383 gallons of beer in 2012. If there have been 90 days so far this year that's 82 gallons of beer brewed a day! That's a lot of 5 gallon buckets.

Are these guys brewing 5 gallon batches for brew pubs or something? I'm just curious why you'd brew that much beer (in 5 gallon batches).




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gak27, I couldn't help but notice your sig says "vinyl enthusiast". Siding is pretty cool and all, better than brick anyway, but I don't understand how someone can be enthusiastic about it.
now ^that's^ f'n funny!! well played, sir!
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gak27, I couldn't help but notice your sig says "vinyl enthusiast". Siding is pretty cool and all, better than brick anyway, but I don't understand how someone can be enthusiastic about it.
I suppose I could reply with something witty w.r.t. my SWMBO liking to wear black, shiny clothing , but...

Just in case you've been exposed to one too many gamma rays during your career (as suggested by your nom de plume), I enjoy most of my music from LPs...

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Rock on gak!
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This thread is full of FAIL and WIN! lol.
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I suppose I could reply with something witty w.r.t. my SWMBO liking to wear black, shiny clothing , but...

Just in case you've been exposed to one too many gamma rays during your career (as suggested by your nom de plume), I enjoy most of my music from LPs...

I'm fairly sure a lot of people on this board have never seen one of those. Heck, I'll be 40 this year, and I hardly remmeber them


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