Be Careful. Hot burners, asphalt, and 10gal batches don't mix.

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KerryD

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OK, I'm sorry but that's pretty much a "Duh!" moment. :p
 

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Hopefully the beer will be fabulous.

Then you'll smile every time you see your f'ed up driveway and say, "Best batch evah!"
 
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The beer is foaming out of the airlock this morning, so we'll see how it turns out. Hopefully worth the tube of asphalt repair goop, heh.
 

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I have a steel plate I carry around in the "trunk" of my motorcycle, since really hot summer days soften the blacktop. My old apartment building has a lot of divots in the spaces due to my roommate and I. You just need something to diffuse the pressure, I think they're like a buck a piece at Home Depot, normally used for joining 2x4s.
 
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