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Old 10-17-2012, 04:00 PM   #1021
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There's just a perfect amount of sourness and twang @ 60. I'm too chicken to do any limb additions after 60. I want that virus dead.
I am with you.

.......oooohhh....most of me wants to stomp zeds out entirely, like small pox, but part of me wants to get addicted to this sour twang! Bet it's epic in a good stout.

I read somewhere that surgically removing the mandible (lower jaw) renders the zeds pretty harmless, but just having them around, you run the risk of somebody getting infected, or even just being a carrier, and then croaking from something unpredictable.......

Just hard to justify the risk.

 
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Old 10-17-2012, 04:27 PM   #1022
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It's really nice in a saison. Might try a charred one in a wee heavy. Haven't done a stout yet. Do you think it would need some lactose or will the natural twang be enough?
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Old 10-17-2012, 07:53 PM   #1023
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It's really nice in a saison. Might try a charred one in a wee heavy. Haven't done a stout yet. Do you think it would need some lactose or will the natural twang be enough?
Oh wow........wait a sec!! at what temp is the t-virus killed?

Charr a limb by baking it at 425 for an hour or so, and I bet you would kill the virus.....wait for it........AND BE ABLE TO DRY LIMB WITH IT!!!!!!

Genius!

Oh, what? Lactose? I wouldn't. Try it without first and see what you think.

too many variables and it is hard to pinpoint if something went wrong.


*EDIT a little research.......the T-virus can't live in anything over 8% abv, so a straight up uncharred dry-limb is possible in a bigger beer.*

 
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Old 10-17-2012, 08:19 PM   #1024
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Oh wow........wait a sec!! at what temp is the t-virus killed?

Charr a limb by baking it at 425 for an hour or so, and I bet you would kill the virus.....wait for it........AND BE ABLE TO DRY LIMB WITH IT!!!!!!

Genius!

Oh, what? Lactose? I wouldn't. Try it without first and see what you think.

too many variables and it is hard to pinpoint if something went wrong.


*EDIT a little research.......the T-virus can't live in anything over 8% abv, so a straight up uncharred dry-limb is possible in a bigger beer.*
I prefer to char by way of open wood fire. Gets a little of that smokey goodness in there and you don't stink up the kitchen. Wait a sec....who needs Rauchbier when you can have this going on?? Oh man, the possibilities are endless! Just hope the rats haven't pilfered all my Vienna and Munich. Don't think 2 row or MO will really showcase the smoked limb. I think I have a 1007 starter around here somewhere.
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Old 10-17-2012, 10:34 PM   #1025
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I prefer to char by way of open wood fire. Gets a little of that smokey goodness in there and you don't stink up the kitchen. Wait a sec....who needs Rauchbier when you can have this going on?? Oh man, the possibilities are endless! Just hope the rats haven't pilfered all my Vienna and Munich. Don't think 2 row or MO will really showcase the smoked limb. I think I have a 1007 starter around here somewhere.
OK MAN!!!! YOu and me in on this. Bigger than the were-pig deal.

We use our powers to EXTERMINATE zombies, perhaps staving off the apocalypse......EXCEPT.........for our stable of mandibleless zombies!!!!

We use these to brew the BEST beers in the world......and RULE!!!!!!!

No one else will have zed limb access.

 
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Old 10-17-2012, 10:39 PM   #1026
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No one else will have zed limb access.
I bought some zed limbs in bulk last year, still got some left... you guys are late to the party. Sorry to burst your BUBBLES.

I would be interested in a trade however. A zed limb for a laser toting shark? Zed limbs are WAAAYYYY harder to find IMO.

 
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Old 10-17-2012, 11:59 PM   #1027
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He's bluffing. Zed limbs weren't available last year due to Hollywood hoarding them for the slew if zombie movies and tv. Do you have any idea how hard it was to procure an entire infected African village? Besides, zed limbs don't freeze well unless they're vacuum sealed and flash frozen. Found this out the hard way. As soon as warm air hits it, it turns into a mushy ball of ooze and then you have run and find your hazmat suit and decontaminate your kitchen and pray to His Noodles that you got everything.
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:39 AM   #1028
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You know, you can avoid all this virus nonsense easily enough. Just use zombie parts that have been animated with necromancy. No T-virus, no contagion of the zombie state, no problem... Though they do still tend to spread plagues, they are corpses after all. Maybe stick one in a giant jar and pasteurize it.
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Old 10-18-2012, 03:46 AM   #1029
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Some lentil soup I ate last week.

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Old 10-18-2012, 08:45 AM   #1030
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Hmm.. lentil soup.

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Or looked across the lew
For a few hamsters to stew?
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