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Old 09-23-2013, 09:05 PM   #1
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Am I the only one that sees these kind of vessels and thinks "Hmmm... fermenter?"


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Old 09-23-2013, 09:10 PM   #2
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Nothing like fertilizer and weed control residues to enhance those hangovers a bit, eh?


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I would highly doubt that those are food safe plastic and wouldn't want to take the chance of ruining the amount of beer that would fill one of them.
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Do NOT even consider the possibility, they are not food grade and they have been used for chemicals and there is no way they can be cleaned in any manner for food/beverage use.
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CeeTee, with all due respect, I think I will pass on your kind and generous offer to try one of your homebrews and I shall enjoy a tasty Bud Light!
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Am I the only one that sees these kind of vessels and thinks "Hmmm... fermenter?"
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food grade you say?

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Personally, I like to use old septic tanks. They're big, cheap, and they already have yeast in them so you can really save some $.
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ROFL Thx guise...
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Old fuel oil tanks work real well too.


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