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Old 01-25-2013, 02:11 AM   #21
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That why this HBT is great, Comradery...cheers everyone


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Old 01-25-2013, 02:17 AM   #22
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beer so god damn good and fun as hell to make
Yup, simple and straight to the point

My problem is that it distracts me at work. <Homer> No brain stop thinking and go back to work.


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Old 01-25-2013, 02:28 AM   #23
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While I don't think I'm obsessed my wife believes differently.
This. Definitely this. And it usually comes with "you care more about beer than you do about me!"

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I do, and it's actually somewhat frustrating because I'm pretty limited living in an apartment in NYC with no space, and no outdoor area. Pipe dream of setting up a 15gallon system with a proper burner, oh how I pine for you.

While I'm finally making the switch to AG as I slowly figure out how to make it work on my stove and small sink... it's just feeding my obsession in a very unhealthy way
I know the feeling. I'd love to at least have a propane fired system, but it ain't happening any time soon. AG in a small apartment on the stove, however, I'm able to make that work under less than ideal conditions (namely, I do partial boil AG).
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Old 01-25-2013, 02:31 AM   #24
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It's just a bunch of water, mostly
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Old 01-25-2013, 02:43 AM   #25
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Wouldn't say obsessed, that's for crazy people, yea...crazy people....crazy nutty people....nutty....nut brown...brown....choholate.....black......black and tan...tan....pale....pale ale....India pale ale.....hhahahahaa.........hop.

Wait, what was the question?
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Old 01-25-2013, 09:58 AM   #26
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and walking through the grocery store looking at EACH AND EVERY THING FOR SALE and thinking, "is this fermentable?"
I do that too! Grab a gallon of milk? Bam! Milk Stout! Need some instant oatmeal for the kids breakfast? Why not get the regular oatmeal? Bam! Oatmeal stout! Need chicken? Hmmmmm...didn't Papazian mention chicken ale in The Joy of Homebrewing? Naw. But, I could make beer butt chicken! Bam!

And then something we have all thought a time or two at the grocery store, "I sure wish they sold corn sugar. Why don't they anyway? It's not fair!"
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Does anyone else have an unhealthy obsession with brewing? This **** is taking over my life..i think i need to go to Brewers anonymous haha..
What it's unhealthy ! Haha I'm hooked, now where's my beer at.
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This. Definitely this. And it usually comes with "you care more about beer than you do about me!"
just got this on for the first time last night. Good thing I was drinkin'....
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Does anyone else have an unhealthy obsession with brewing? This **** is taking over my life..i think i need to go to Brewers anonymous haha..
Don't worry it gets worse... I mean better.. ummm I mean I don't have a problem at all it must just be you! Actually I just realized I had an obsession last weekend when the lady at the local pub asked me what I would like engraved into my new member glass..and my reply of course was "HBT"
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Don't worry it gets worse... I mean better.. ummm I mean I don't have a problem at all it must just be you! Actually I just realized I had an obsession last weekend when the lady at the local pub asked me what I would like engraved into my new member glass..and my reply of course was "HBT"
I blame all the non brewers around me who make me feel like a beer psycho ..not myself


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