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Old 02-18-2008, 04:04 PM   #1
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Default How about 50,000 lbs of Barley

We just hauled a load to the malt plant. Thought you guys would appreciate some pics. Only 6 more loads to go. Wish we had more at these prices




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Old 02-18-2008, 04:15 PM   #2
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Yeah, it must be a great year for you guys!


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Old 02-18-2008, 04:29 PM   #3
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That is awesome!

I think you are the first home brewer I know of who is enjoying the higher prices!

Can you tell us more about this? Who is the maltster you supply and how much did you produce this year?
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Next time I'm making a 14,000 gallon batch, I'll give you a call!

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Next time I'm making a 14,000 gallon batch, I'll give you a call!


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Next time I'm making a 14,000 gallon batch, I'll give you a call!

Thats the fn funny. 800 lbs of hops and 2800 packets of yeast.
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... I noticed the "15-gallon equipment".


This is going to take a while, heh?
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The 15 gallon equipment will be turned into a 2 piece airlock.
Making a starter Yuri?
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The 15 gallon equipment will be turned into a 2 piece airlock.
Nah, I'm just going to brew 900 times as fast as I can.

There was no option in BeerSmith for a 450 bbl system...

EDIT: Image replaced...my copy of BeerSmith now includes an equipment option for a ridiculous sized brew system. What a colossal waste of time...
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Maybe you can borrow a couple PW F100's to achieve the 60-min boil time.





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