How many gallons of homebrew in 2010?

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barrooze

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Think about how much money 400 gallons of beer would cost to make... Dude must be rich! Send some ingredient kits my way! I can help offset your gallon-age!:mug:
 

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I just counted up all I have recorded. 405.5 gallons total are accounted for. I know there were a few batches I brewed off the top of my head with no record. I drank about 100 of it.

41703+410=42114
Its the records you need to lose. All the ATF needs is your computer or notebook or whatever you use. The ATF dont knock and they dont say please.
 

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I made 55 gallons last year since july. Someone make a 1 gallon batch so we can get rid of these odd numbers :)
 

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So, just because I'm a fan of visualizing these kinds of things, I'd like to point out that 42, 539 gallons would fill 5 full size tanker trucks. I want to go to that party...
 

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First year of homebrewing and started out with MrB before going 5-gallon batches in June. I came in at 87.5 gallons for the year and hoping to top 100 this year.
 

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10 gal. american pale ale, 10 gal. IPA, 5g belgian tripel, 5g porter,5g russian imperial stout, 5g octoberfest, 5g hop nog double IPA.
 
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