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Old 12-23-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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Hello, I wanted to start a thread where everyone can say Thank You to anyone and everyone that has helped them in brewing !

So go ahead say Thanks Here to whoever !

Im saying Thanks to TxBrew, the Admins, Everyone here that has helped me learn to make great beer
Gary at U Bottle It, in Henderson Nv on the outskirts of Las Vegas !

And Most of All, My Wife for all the help and support with our brewing
She dose all the cleanup every time we brew!

Cheers and Thank You !


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Old 12-23-2013, 05:37 PM   #2
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Hello, I wanted to start a thread where everyone can say Thank You to anyone and everyone that has helped them in brewing !

So go ahead say Thanks Here to whoever !

Im saying Thanks to TxBrew, the Admins, Everyone here that has helped me learn to make great beer
Gary at U Bottle It, in Henderson Nv on the outskirts of Las Vegas !

And Most of All, My Wife for all the help and support with our brewing
She dose all the cleanup every time we brew!

Cheers and Thank You !
+1 wILEcOYOTE,ttHANKS,I WOULD LIKE to say thanks to HBT also for all the great research in home brewing and all the great advice i have now thanks to HBT . I can now make my own beer that is really good . I like it better than store bought plus its a great hobby , swimbo hates all the smellls and i love them . i went from extract to biab , own my way to building my MLT . I LIKE THE FLY SPARGE METHOD . CHEERS and happy brewing


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Old 12-23-2013, 05:54 PM   #3
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Have received tons of useful information here. Absolutely tons. The site is awesome, full of great mentors and serves as a great learning tool.

Thanks to all who make it possible.

Merry Christmas,

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Old 12-23-2013, 06:02 PM   #4
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Thanks to everyone who has posted knowledgeable things here. My brewing has been improving because of all of you.

Thanks to my legs for staying injury free this year.

Thanks to my wife for marrying me 7 years ago today.
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Old 12-23-2013, 06:10 PM   #5
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Here's a short list of things I learned reading HBT which I put into use on last weekend's brewday, and which I never would have figured out on my own.

Make a HUGE lager starter and use the "growth factor" slider on Mr. Malty to figure out how HUGE.

Boil pilsner for 90 minutes.

Everything in the water chemistry primer. 'Nuff said.

Chill wort to lager temps by circulating ice water through the IC.

Lager pitching temp means 46ish, and let it free rise to 50.

Anyway, I could go on and on, but like I said, I never would have figured any of that out on my own. Thanks HBT!

EDIT: AND all of the DIY instructions from the clever folks 'round here who figured out how to repurpose water heater hose braids, coolant line quick releases, etc. etc.
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Old 12-23-2013, 07:14 PM   #6
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+1 to the thread, great idea!

I'd like to thank everyone here at HBT for helping me with equipment builds, recipes, theories and all other questions.

I'd especially like to thank TxBrew after giving him some grief about the HBT app. Never thought I'd try to learn Portuguese, ah the things we do for beer.

Finally, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah...for everyone else Happy Fetivus for the rest of us. Here's to good brews and even better brew days in 2014!
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And thanks to Yooper, BierMuncher, JLem, and EdWort for what have become some of my favorite recipes.
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Old 12-23-2013, 08:38 PM   #8
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This is a great website and forum community.

I know I've said it before, but I really appreciate the fact that people can ask a question that's been asked a hundred times before and someone will still answer and/or steer them in the right direction. I've been on other forums where asking a common question will result in a dozen people immediately jumping down your throat and yelling "YOU ****IN' NOOB! USE THE SEARCH BAR!!" and others where there is an unspoken rule that you can't post in the social threads unless you also contribute what The Regulars think is a suitable amount in the "technical" forums. Neither is the case here, and you guys rock for it!
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Why not just issue a "like" if a post has given you some solid information. That is the reason for the button.
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I'd like to thank the woman at the drive thru at Burger King for not messing up my order, so that I'd have some food to eat while reading stuff on hbt. I'd like to give Kudo's to all those on hbt that posted pictures of their beer that went haywire. And to those that wrote about broken hydrometers, out of whack thermometers, plastic is better than glass, glass is better than plastic, my chiller leaked into my boiler, a stainless spoon will ruin a copper IC, my wort boils at 215F, should I bake my plate chiller at 300 or 350F, a big thank you..... I hope everyone has a GREAT Christmas, good health and don't forget the drinking.


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