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Old 02-12-2013, 11:59 AM   #3301
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Good luck with today's session, and to your hubby too. I will say it kind of sucks seeing you sign off before bed, and on in the morning, all in one shift.
Dang, yeah, you been at work all this time. Time must go by very slowly....

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:51 PM   #3302
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If you scroll down on the link I gave you, it has the item description.

Features:


60 Quart capacity
Heavy Duty Stainless Steel
Solid stainless steel Riveted handles
Steamer insert
Tight fitting lid

Dimensions:

Approximately 1.1mm thick
16" Height
18.5" Diameter
21.5" Diameter with Handles
Dang people on hooch should not be cruising the internet. I plumb missed that thanks

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:53 PM   #3303
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Well, I bought the Bayou Classic brew kettle in the spring and have been very happy with it for my biab.
And that is the way I am leaning right now. 150 bucks delivered is not bad I think

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:57 PM   #3304
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My bride took me to see them at the SC State Fair Sept of 2011.
I was blown away at how good they were.
Lawrence Gowan, the new keyboardist, is outstanding.

DeYoung tried hard to kill that band.
Good riddance!

First concert I went to in a dome was Styx back in the day. I have been a fan ever since

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Old 02-12-2013, 12:59 PM   #3305
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Up before sunrise again. My supplies get delivered today. Usually UPS runs before noon. Hubby going back to hospital for another procedure today, not going with him this time because it's so tiresome, nephew will haul him up there. Gonna try to brew around 10 gallons but limited to doing 5 gallons at once. So will have to be back-to-back. But first I have to wait for the rest of the world to wake up.
There is a thread here about getting old and I think it fits me perfect. My sleep patterns kind of suck.

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:26 PM   #3306
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There is a thread here about getting old and I think it fits me perfect. My sleep patterns kind of suck.
I'll have to go read that one. In bed by 9 and up before the sun? Nap in the afternoon. I feel like I'm staying young most of the time, hell, I've been 39 for years. Once tried putting duct tape on my face to clear up some wrinkles, is that a sign?

Daylight now and drizzling rain. Supposed to rain most of the day. Not gonna stop me from brewing though. Already have one fermenter ready to go and about to free up another one.

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:31 PM   #3307
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I'll have to go read that one. In bed by 9 and up before the sun? Nap in the afternoon. I feel like I'm staying young most of the time, hell, I've been 39 for years. Once tried putting duct tape on my face to clear up some wrinkles, is that a sign?

Daylight now and drizzling rain. Supposed to rain most of the day. Not gonna stop me from brewing though. Already have one fermenter ready to go and about to free up another one.
Yup I do the nap thing as well but I wake at 2 or 3 in the morning. I really do not need to brew anytime soon since I got cases piled up about everywhere. Still if I get that 60 quart pot I could do 10 gallon batches. Can you imagine bottling a 100 bottles in one day. Whew

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:47 PM   #3308
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I brew 12 gal at a time and hate bottling. I kegged 20 gallons of two different beers about a month ago and still haven't bottled the remaining beer yet. I like having the 20 or so beers bottled for times when I let the pipeline close.

I love brewing in the rain BL. There's something about it that just seems right.

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:55 PM   #3309
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Alright, time to suck it up, don the rain gear and get outside to start cleaning my equipment. I've got cases of beer piling up now too. Gonna transfer my corn flake brew after just 4 days, fermentation was extremely active within hours of finishing it and looks to have really died down now. Like I can really mess it up, 2-row, grits, rice and corn flakes, a little bittering hops. Fermentation was active almost immediately and really died down now. Need that fermenter for some real beer. Just hoping I'll get the usual morning delivery by UPS. Package weighs 60 pounds(on truck for delivery) and trying to remember what all I bought!!!

 
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Old 02-12-2013, 02:00 PM   #3310
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I brew 12 gal at a time and hate bottling. I kegged 20 gallons of two different beers about a month ago and still haven't bottled the remaining beer yet. I like having the 20 or so beers bottled for times when I let the pipeline close.

I love brewing in the rain BL. There's something about it that just seems right.
I bought a freezer to turn into a keezer but my wife thought it more important to keep silly things like food in it But once I start kegging I will go to ten gallon batches I think.

I do not mind bottling the 6 gallon batches I do now but I think doubling it would just suck

 
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