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Old 07-19-2012, 09:10 PM   #91
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I also only take the Brew Hauler off when I am washing the carboy but I only do this on the lawn. Not only is it far less likely to break if it slips but I get to water my grass at the same time. That last part might not be significant to you if you don't live in Central California.
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Old 07-20-2012, 12:23 AM   #92
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That last part might not be significant to you if you don't live in Central California.
Nah, this summer it is, pretty much the whole country is experiencing a bad draught. That's a really good idea though, using the lawn as a place to clean. Not to mention another way to kill two stones with one bird!
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This thread made my 4 year old girl cry LOL. She was sitting here next to me playing with play-doh and saw the carnage. Nice!
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Call it "Funny beer", so when people ask you "why do you call it funny beer", you can say "that $hit left me in stitches"
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I also only take the Brew Hauler off when I am washing the carboy but I only do this on the lawn. Not only is it far less likely to break if it slips but I get to water my grass at the same time. That last part might not be significant to you if you don't live in Central California.
Where in central Cali?
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Old 07-20-2012, 03:25 AM   #96
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Where in central Cali?
I'm in Visalia. You must be on your phone also!

I wash my car and rinse my bottles on the lawn too. Farmer's whole crops are dying to protect a minnow. I can't stand seeing perfectly fine water go down the gutter.
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Oh ok, I'm in Lompoc. It's dry here too!
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