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Old 09-19-2012, 01:27 AM   #521
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I thought that might work with hamsters too. So I fed a hamster to a local barn owl
That was too clever for an idiot thread.

 
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Old 09-19-2012, 03:18 AM   #522
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Well scooter my daisy heads.

 
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:28 AM   #523
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I think i'll brew my next batch in my turtle and dry hamster in secondary with my new White House brew kit.
Well, if the turtles escape and you want to make your deck look bigger, you must landscape. Cut down the shrubs.

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Shrubbery? That's bubkiss! Forget the undergrowth and go with toenail clippings. 1/3 an ounce for ever milliliter of wort. It will add a fungus like feel to your pizza.
And don’t forget the ghekos. They are often the forgotten reptile nuance that will bring to an ale a black widow spider aroma with a dry hopped hippopotumas flavor. Synergize that with ostrich bittering feathers and you’ll have an ale to die fore. Dry hop for 24.32 days with butterflies.

 
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:30 AM   #524
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Ghekos? I think not. Horny toads will go much better with the poison dragon liver.
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:36 AM   #525
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Ah, my good man I believe you are mistaken. Posion dragon liver is strictly for lagers! It's okay, RDWEatASPider. I made the same mistake myself in earlier days. All my quacky Pale Ales now include either ducks or Ghekos depending on which is in season.

You really can't go wrong with either.

 
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:45 AM   #526
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Hmm, what would your opinion on pigeons blood or mandrake be then?
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:54 AM   #527
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Old 09-19-2012, 06:15 AM   #528
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Okay, getting back on topic Leadgolem:

I can't speak about mandrake. Have never used it in an ale or lager.. To be honest, I have no idea what it is.

On pigeons! I'm surprised nobody has brought this up before. I have myself quite forgotten about the sublime quality a few drops of pigeon’s blood brings to a beer's heartiness. Honey malt brings a bit of sweetness, reptiles bring to beer what water is to vinegar, crocks turtles, and porcupines..Just hard to explain for a simple layman like me. All I can say is WONDERFUL!


But pigeons, ah... pigeons. Have you ever looked into a beautiful blue summer sky and then asked yourself a question about life? Have you ever laid down your head on a soft pillow and happy to be alive and grateful not dead? Have you ever just wondered why the sound of mach speed is relevant to the ground upon which you stead?

Well my friend maybe I'm alone in those questions...

But I will let you know one thing for sure. Pigeons bring to beer a simple pleasure for sure.

To what are you assured from that you probably ask?
Man that’s to easy..it's (lame) and a pain in your A$$

 
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Would you like to make a Mandragora, as powerful as the homunculus (little man in a bottle) so praised by Paracelsus? Then find a root of the plant called bryony. Take it out of the ground on a Monday (the day of the moon), a little time after the vernal equinox. Cut off the ends of the root and bury it at night in some country churchyard in a dead man's grave. For thirty days water it with cow's milk in which three bats have been drowned. When the thirty-first day arrives, take out the root in the middle of the night and dry it in an oven heated with branches of verbena; then wrap it up in a piece of a dead man's winding-sheet and carry it with you everywhere.
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That I might sleep out this great gap of time
My Antony is away."
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