Is that like, "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound?"... Instead "If a person boils and ferments wort and does not have a beard, is it actually beer?"0202 said:Its a quantum physics thing and as long as no one observes you without the beard, there is still some inherent probability that you have one.
So be secretive or be bearded.
Damn, even the lady bartender has one! Perhaps Yooper *does* need to "man up"...
So the merkin is workin it appears.Shaved head and no facial hair, save for the two-days' growth as I brew on the weekend. My beer is coveted by those around me. I do fine without and don't plan on changing a thing.
I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that it is required to have some kind of facial hair to homebrew. If you don't, you are tempting the fates and could end up with skunked, zombie inducing swill that even your old Uncle Phil wouldn't drink. I hear even yooper wears a fake mustache on brew day.
Tread carefully man.
Yes, I have to wear my Groucho nose and fake moustache on brewday, so I fit in.You need to have some sort of facial hair to make beer. Well.....unless your a girl person like Yooper or something. I guess I can make an exception for that.
I work at a bank and they absolutely want me bearded or shaven. No scruff, no shadow.I'm much too pretty to cover my beautiful face with a beard. Maybe some scruff for brew day but that's it.