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Old 02-25-2006, 12:50 AM   #1
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Ok, so it's not exactly a pic of my new toy, but what I can do with it....I got a BRUTUL. It rocks.


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Old 02-25-2006, 01:05 AM   #2
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Are those home brews?


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Bottom is 11 lb Hammer, aged to perfection. Top one is Guinness. I haven't ventured into stouts yet, but I'm game.
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ok, i like gear sort of stuff as much as the next guy (although my fetish is with ski/climbing gear), but c'mon, this thing takes all the skill out of making black and tans, wahts wrong with a spoon? BTW my mom, who taught me how to make 'em, happens to make the best freakin black and tan in the world. if everyone had one of these how would a mother pass down the skill of making black and tans to her eldest son?
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ok, i like gear sort of stuff as much as the next guy (although my fetish is with ski/climbing gear), but c'mon, this thing takes all the skill out of making black and tans, wahts wrong with a spoon? BTW my mom, who taught me how to make 'em, happens to make the best freakin black and tan in the world. if everyone had one of these how would a mother pass down the skill of making black and tans to her eldest son?

Don't rain on my parade!!!!

My mom taught me not to pi$$ of SWMBO and bend all the spoons in the drawer.

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just kidding...youre making me want a black and tan now. its been a year or so.
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I know you were, I am too.

I should have posted this in the drunken ramblings section. I'm on my 4th one. God..that 11 lb hammer packs a punch.


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11 lb. hammer equals 11 lb. of grain?
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I'm an extract guy. 3.3 lbs of LME, 5.5 lbs DME, 2 lbs of clover honey. Some hops, some yeast. (ok, my math is not that great) 10.8 lb hammer.

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