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Old 01-07-2013, 06:51 PM   #2491
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Ahhh with a capital B I see it now. It is a shame I will never obtain that at this rate because currently I don't like American light lagers, the same way some people don't like IPAs I guess. I do thank you though kind sir for wishing me luck, but as I don't enjoy them, I won't be brewing one any time soon. Maybe if my palate changes in a few years I will get into them though, who knows, so thanks for the wish of luck.

Anyway back on topic since we dropped that whole thing already...

My brother during a mash," it doesn't really smell like beer"
No worries I hate them too, but friends like it so I make it. All part of being a Brewer, I suppose. Best of luck.

 
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Old 01-08-2013, 09:44 PM   #2492
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If you get this reply again mention that it is made with peyote hops that can only be grown on reservations due to US patent laws. (Sorry for the mispelling).
I like this one :-)

 
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:10 AM   #2493
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I'd rather drink cooled wort than anything. It's delicious!!!!
More than actual beer?

 
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:21 AM   #2494
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My fresh hopped cascade ipa. "What, is this supposed to be like grapefruit juice or something?" Me "yeah... thats exactly what I was aiming for". Him "im not a fan of grapefriut juice. Too bitter"

Hey, at least he got some grapefruit notes and bitterness from the loads of fresh cascade. Got to give him a little credit.

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Old 01-12-2013, 01:54 PM   #2495
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Ah yes, I've gotten the moonshine comments from people after seeing my (old) copper coil IC. Although, it did look a bit more suspicious than it really was...
I was arrested at college for this very thing. I lived on campus-assisted housing, and while i was out, the fire marshall came by to inspect my place. He reported to the police chief that I had stillage equipment. When I arrived home, I had seven policemen in my home and the chief of police was in my doorway (very small town). He greeted me with: "How long you been stilling in here?"

It took me 40 minutes with the help of an ABC agent and a northern brewer catalogue that my wife (then girlfriend) was nice enough to bring to the station to convince the chief to let me go and drop the charges.
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Old 01-12-2013, 02:40 PM   #2496
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I was arrested at college for this very thing. I lived on campus-assisted housing, and while i was out, the fire marshall came by to inspect my place. He reported to the police chief that I had stillage equipment. When I arrived home, I had seven policemen in my home and the chief of police was in my doorway (very small town). He greeted me with: "How long you been stilling in here?"

It took me 40 minutes with the help of an ABC agent and a northern brewer catalogue that my wife (then girlfriend) was nice enough to bring to the station to convince the chief to let me go and drop the charges.
Some people are just stupid. I mean really, my keggle and ic look nothing like a still, it has a freaking hose adaptor on it.

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Old 01-12-2013, 06:17 PM   #2497
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I was arrested at college for this very thing. I lived on campus-assisted housing, and while i was out, the fire marshall came by to inspect my place. He reported to the police chief that I had stillage equipment. When I arrived home, I had seven policemen in my home and the chief of police was in my doorway (very small town). He greeted me with: "How long you been stilling in here?"

It took me 40 minutes with the help of an ABC agent and a northern brewer catalogue that my wife (then girlfriend) was nice enough to bring to the station to convince the chief to let me go and drop the charges.
Wow. That is some monumental ignorance! Glad you got out of that one OK.
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Old 01-14-2013, 05:28 AM   #2498
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Wow that is gross like adding water to Scotch.
I'm slowly working my way through the beginnings of this thread from 5 years ago, but this quote right here goes to show the hypocrisy in a lot of these remarks about others being "uneducated" about beer.

Right here his Chris_Dog guy shows that he knows nothing about scotch, yet acts like he does. Maybe he just drinks Lauder's or something just as crappy, but it's very common for quality scotch drinkers to cut their scotch with water, which helps bring out the aromatics of the whiskey, along with a few other benefits.
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Old 01-15-2013, 01:38 AM   #2499
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I cut my whiskey with Coca-Cola.
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Old 01-15-2013, 03:22 AM   #2500
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