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I just read this masterpiece, and I want more! Please tell me a thread exists where I can find all such legendary posts in one place! If not, please add them here so I can find them!

Here is another one I read today regarding worst homebrewing mistakes, I had to read it in short bursts so I didn't fall out of my chair at work.
 

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Just the fact that there are over 100 pages of browbeating over the use of a secondary fermenter is legendary enough for me.
 

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That first post was indeed awesome. I saw the thread originally and found the OP to be such a dbag that I closed it. He looked like he was trolling.

Other epic threads are any threads where someone talks about all the hate for IPAs or any other style of beer.
 
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The first couple posts of this thread are pretty good. Actually the whole thread is good.

But I know there are some truly epic posts out there that must be shared... I am looking for single posts that are standalone awesome without having to read 50 pages of posts.
 
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The "I Just brewed the greatest beer in the world, what do I do now, seriously a professional brewer told me it was the best he ever had so it must be true, no I won't tell you the recipe because you'll all try to steal it and make millions, here's a video of my kitchen tiles proving that I brewed the greatest beer ever" thread was pretty awesome, until it got nuked.

Long-live the porch-couch thread.

The Legend of Gary Oak is a pretty good read.
 

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The Greatest Beer Ever Brewed (RIP thread)
Homebrewing Needs a Woman's Touch
Funny Things @Billy-Klubb Should Say About Beer
Okra Mead

I feel like I'm missing a couple other good ones...:goat:
 

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The Greatest Beer Ever Brewed (RIP thread)
Homebrewing Needs a Woman's Touch
Funny Things @Billy-Klubb Should Say About Beer
Okra Mead

I feel like I'm missing a couple other good ones...:goat:
What was the one where the guy said he brewed a world class gold winning beer but refused to give the recipe? I think people found his YouTube channel as well. Does that ring a bell?
 

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What was the one where the guy said he brewed a world class gold winning beer but refused to give the recipe? I think people found his YouTube channel as well. Does that ring a bell?
I don't remember the exact name, but it was something like "What Do You Do After Brewing the Greatest Beer in the World?"

Which, the apparent answer is: do not share a recipe, get butthurt when your bluff is called, then delete the thread.
 

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If this your first time viewing a TakeSomeAdvice video i say grab yourself a brew kick back and real learn how to judge beer as well as make it.
 

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TakeSomeAdvice would crap his pants if he saw how I go about ****... lol.

I think my beer is impervious to infection.
 

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What was the one where the guy said he brewed a world class gold winning beer but refused to give the recipe? I think people found his YouTube channel as well. Does that ring a bell?
I don't remember the exact name, but it was something like "What Do You Do After Brewing the Greatest Beer in the World?"

Which, the apparent answer is: do not share a recipe, get butthurt when your bluff is called, then delete the thread.
that guy inspired one of my own.
 
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