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Old 12-04-2012, 05:42 PM   #1
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Just a word for you just starting this little game of home brewing. I've been pretty steady with my one 6 gal better bottle and couple of Mr Beer fermentors. But since I got the two extra better bottles, I currently have a total of 30 gallons of beer either lagering or brewing. Not to mention the meads. Its getting pretty obsessive.


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Old 12-04-2012, 05:47 PM   #2
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Very nice.....I had 35 gallons fermenting back in July, and had to upgrade my fermenting capasity to 45 gallons. I haven't used the full 45 gallon capasity yet, but I know it's coming!


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Nothing makes a home more inviting than the smell of numerous beers fermenting in the brewshop.

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That's just excessive.

But fluorescent light over unshielded carboys?

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@Biermuncher, a beautiful set up. Looks very similar to my fourth bedroom/brew room. I'm pretty sure I'll be starting another five gallon batch this weekend. Trying to get a big chain going so I don't have to drink anything younger than a few months or more.
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That's just excessive.

But fluorescent light over unshielded carboys?

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Heh heh... Good point. I always have a tan bedsheet draped over the clear fermenters.


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