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Old 01-26-2009, 02:44 AM   #1
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Well, after starting my first mead (JAOM) in my MrBeer tonight, I thought it only appropriate to change the sticker.

So after printing it, I thought I would share



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Old 01-26-2009, 03:29 AM   #2
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Best use I have seen of a Mr.Beer system in a while.
I like it.
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Yeah, the only negative is that you have a hard time seeing any activity. I am pondering sealing the lid and putting an airlock on it.
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Yeah, the only negative is that you have a hard time seeing any activity. I am pondering sealing the lid and putting an airlock on it.
You could seal the slits with epoxy putty and drill the lid for a normal sized stopper...my next project.
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Yeah, but at that point why not just buy a 3 gallon better bottle.... Also, I just notice that the plastic used in mr beer is a recycle code 3...
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Yeah, but at that point why not just buy a 3 gallon better bottle.... Also, I just notice that the plastic used in mr beer is a recycle code 3...
Because I already have a Mr. Beer, epoxy putty, an airlock and a dremel tool?
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Well, after starting my first mead (JAOM) in my MrBeer tonight, I thought it only appropriate to change the sticker.

So after printing it, I thought I would share

Nice. I wonder if I should make a Mr. Leftoverapplejuicebottle label. Probably not since I plan to toss the bottle when it's done.


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