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Old 01-06-2013, 04:07 AM   #1
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I had to help some friends move today and after we were done I decided to check out their crawl space. Heres the list not to long but still a pretty good score.
-5 gallon carboy
-2 buckets 1 bottling w/ lid
-capper
-6 cases bottles, all of them BMC pop tops how old are these
-3 bags caps
-hydrometer
-ingridient kit not being used yeast expiration date 1999
-airlocks and stoppers
Not bad for a days work. I is kind of dirty but I'm going to bleach bomb this stuff and probably use the plastic for sours and lambics. Kind of want to try my hand at them.


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Old 01-06-2013, 04:13 AM   #2
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Excellent score man! That was an awesome reward for helping your buddy.


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Yeah pretty stoked opens alot of options for me. Haven't thrown the ingredientsaway yet thinking of trying to harvest wild yeast with it. Thoughts anyone.
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Yeah pretty stoked opens alot of options for me. Haven't thrown the ingredientsaway yet thinking of trying to harvest wild yeast with it. Thoughts anyone.
I think that is a cool experiment, not wasting ME and not spending money to try it. Let us know how it works.
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