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Old 11-16-2005, 11:54 PM   #1
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hey's guys, tonight at 10 e/9 c the History Channel will have a Modern Marvels episode on Brewing Beer. i think it's a first time air tonight?

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Old 11-17-2005, 12:51 AM   #2
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Right now the history of american salons/pubs is on. Pretty interesting stuff.


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Old 11-17-2005, 01:30 AM   #3
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hey's guys, tonight at 10 e/9 c the History Channel will have a Modern Marvels episode on Brewing Beer. i think it's a first time air tonight?

enjoy!
Gonna check it out. Thanks DB.
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Old 11-17-2005, 03:12 AM   #4
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Gawd....I'm watching the distilling show right now...very good!!!!
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Did anyone else find irony when they said (at the Budweiser Brewery) This is where it officially gets the name "beer"?

Since when was Budweiser a beer? I thought it was piss water!
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I'm setup to record the late night re-run of both shows. Depending on what kind of compression I can get, I'll try to host both of them for a short time.
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Did anyone else find irony when they said (at the Budweiser Brewery) This is where it officially gets the name "beer"?

Since when was Budweiser a beer? I thought it was piss water!

Yeah Man, I picked up on that pronto...WTF. It wasn't until the end where they started profiling real beer. ... you know ..us little guys.
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I'm setup to record the late night re-run of both shows. Depending on what kind of compression I can get, I'll try to host both of them for a short time.
That's real Brotherly of ya Eskram.
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I missed it as well. If you could do that Eskram that would be great.
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it was a cool show (minus the major focus on bud at the begining). all-in-all, good job. how about the props for the Maltose Falcons HBC in Cali?


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