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Old 04-15-2012, 03:26 PM   #1
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Not sure who else lives in the mid west but there were a TON of tornadoes touching down here. With all that going down I STILL couldn't convince my wife that my mead constituted emergency supplies.


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Old 04-15-2012, 08:13 PM   #2
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Not sure who else lives in the mid west but there were a TON of tornadoes touching down here. With all that going down I STILL couldn't convince my wife that my mead constituted emergency supplies.
So if you have to have a "safe area", then make that into your fermenting space!

That way, it's already there, if the disaster should strike.......


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Old 04-15-2012, 10:53 PM   #3
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I buy honey by the 60 lb bucket so that I can have plenty of food on hand in case of emergency! Then when some gets diverted for other use I absolutely NEED to replenish my emergency supply.
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The water might not be safe to drink after a disaster. Best to err on the safe side and keep your concoctions close.
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So if you have to have a "safe area", then make that into your fermenting space!

That way, it's already there, if the disaster should strike.......
I thought of that but for some reason she doesn't want me storing large amounts of alcohol in easily accessed container in the closet of our toddler's bedroom. I can't imagine why...
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One who drinks may be better for making concise decisions and staying calm.
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The water might not be safe to drink after a disaster. Best to err on the safe side and keep your concoctions close.
Im with you on this one!


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