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Old 07-21-2012, 08:37 PM   #21
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We want pictures of this....

No pictures...it didn't happen.
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Old 07-21-2012, 10:33 PM   #22
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Not, I will call you?

Not, How about dinner and a movie?

But instead, You wanna make some beer next Saturday?

And she said yes! Totally cool.

See, I made it through the whole post without one tasteless sparging comment.
+1 You can surely come up with better than lets brew beer (although it is original). How about: Hey baby, how about a pizza and some sex! When she slaps you, just look at her stunned and a little hurt then ask, "Whats the matter, you don't like pizza?"
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Old 07-22-2012, 12:41 AM   #24
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Great idea. You've already got her on the hook for a second date when it's time to bottle.
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Old 07-23-2012, 09:29 PM   #25
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Soo... date went well had to make a few adjustments to the recipe as I didn't want to drop 200 on a sparging setup. We did the same basic thing but minues the 9 pounds of sugary grain (don't have recipe in front of me...the first one on Revvys list) in favor of 6 pounds DME. Also subbed dark munich grain in as they didn't have regular munich. OG came in a bit lower than expected... 1.045, but hopeful it'll turn out well.

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She has a cute ass....

Nice catch.
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What's a sparging setup? I'm confused as to why it would cost you 200 dollars to brew this beer? Sparging simply means rinsing. If you're doing allgrain with a cooler setup, you run more water through the cooler or other mashtun. If you're doing this BIAB you usually don't sparge but are using your full water volume. If you're doing partial mash like Homebrewdad's version of the recipe, or doing extract with grains, you merely pour more water over your little grain bag.

But what's a two hundred dollar sparging setup? My entire allgrain setup cost maybe 200 bucks...



and there's no "sparging setup" just a pitcher to pour more water into the mash tun after draining the first runnings.
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well, 200 was a slight exageration, but they were asking $160 for the gatorade bucket + a valve + the filter thing (still not totally sure what is entailed). so we just subbed stuff out. someday

out of curiousity, whats the table sugar for? never seen that in a brew before (though i've used it for priming)
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Hey I just met you
And this is crazy
But here's my mash tun
So dough in maybe?

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But here's my mash tun
So dough in maybe?

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