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Old 11-02-2008, 04:28 PM   #1
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Default The Brewing gods hath smited my Pantry Raider ale...But I looked back at them & laugh

So after having a pretty good day yesterday of racking a couple of meads (gots off the samples), I made my pantry raider beer, which was using all the malts and hops I had and brewed them. Everything was going great after I added my first half of DME I sat the bag on the counter pretty soundly or so I thought... I just happened to look over and time stood still as the bag of DME fell over. I think I lost about a pound of extract to the floor. I'm still trying to get that sh!t off the floor. So fortunately I was able to use my DME that I use for my starters. But I still lost a pound of malt extract..
Well at SWMBO hasn't givin' me to much grief.

Back to scrubbing the floors


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Old 11-02-2008, 04:37 PM   #2
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I feel for you, once that stuff gets wet, it sticks like super glue


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Old 11-04-2008, 10:46 AM   #3
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So after having a pretty good day yesterday of racking a couple of meads (gots off the samples)
I am glad that I am not the only one that does this.

btw.
I first read this as panty raider.
Must be the mead kicking in.
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Nah...I'm stone cold sober and still thought it said panty raider...
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Nah...I'm stone cold sober and still thought it said panty raider...
Jeesh I read it as panty raider ale too....
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Yeah, I thought it was a fun play on words. After 4 scrubbing with pine sol, 3 with oxyclean and 1 with Orange clean. My kitchen floor is now better. I now know kinda how a fly feels when stuck to fly paper.
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Jeesh I read it as panty raider ale too....
I'm so gonna use that name sometime.


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