How does it taste? Also, do you use a plastic or glass primary?
I had an Irish red get severely oxidized after 9 months in a plastic fermenter. It was completely undrinkable. I seem to remember reading somewhere that brew buckets are permeable to oxygen.
At first glance I thought you said "take the beers with you," and I thought to myself, "wow I'd be happy to". But yeah, don't worry. The colts second string will pretty much rout the bears. Which is a good thing... since we're playing with a ton of second-string players.
But like they...
The title says it all. I lost a flash drive with all of my work for the last 5 years, my beer recipes, and pretty much a library of .pdf files that I will have to go and re-download. Oh... and the beer recipes/pdf files weren't backed up.
It's a pretty good cleanser, but lousy as a sanitizer. Don't get me wrong... bleach will kill almost anything, especially when acidified, but it has to be rinsed so thoroughly that you will potentially re-contaminate the surface you're sanitizing unless you're rinsing with a sanitizing solution...
Hefeweizen is good, and has the virtue of being ready to drink soon. If you don't like the phenols and esters of hefeweizens, you can make an American Wheat by using something like S-05 instead of hefeweizen yeast. It might cut a couple of bucks off of your total
Irish red is also pretty...
Only fundies think fundies have a monopoly on altruism. Pretty much all of us have stories like these, regardless of our beliefs (or lack thereof). You hardly need to be superstitious to treat those around you with kindness.
So stop preaching.