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Old 11-13-2008, 01:44 AM   #1
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Default Picture of my Pilsner - What do you think?

Well my first Pilsner (Continental) by Brewers Best is now kegged and tapped and we snapped a few pictures after sampling a few and it turned out fairly well I think. I am adding a picture of our samples.



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Old 11-13-2008, 01:45 AM   #2
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I just see a broken image!

edit: I got ya buddy.




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I think the candles are a bit silly, but the photo's make me want to open a homebrew! Congrats on your success!



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Looks like someone's been sampling the models and trying to top them back up before taking the pictures to me.
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Pictures don't do it justice. I think you should send me a sixer so I can give you a more accurate analysis.
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I think the candles are a bit silly, but the photo's make me want to open a homebrew! Congrats on your success!



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Yep I agreee, but the better half insisted on dressing up the picture. I would have added more beer myself.

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Looks like someone's been sampling the models and trying to top them back up before taking the pictures to me.
Yes indeed....... had to make certain it was worthy of showing others. And I think it is.

Thanks.

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I don't mind the candles, but that denim backdrop has gots to go.

Good job! You made beer.
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i must say....wtf mate. u didnt drink it fast enough if u had time to photograph it. just kiddin looks great, id loe to try it out
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Drink some I want to see the lace!



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