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BrewHack

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You can feed the caterpillar and tend to the chrysalis, but you can never predict what the butterfly will look like.

Sometimes it's a moth.

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I don't know about others, but if we are sticking to the lepidoptera analogy, maybe a moth is an ale & a good lager is a butterfly? (Both are wonderful in my book, for the record)(the beers and the bugs).

After the first hundred,( or maybe a few dozen for you clever kids,) batches, one can actually control and predict the the species of the beer fairly regularly, if that is one's intention.
 

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The butterfly arrives for a visit. You contemplate its beauty. Bold and yet subtle, perfectly drawn. A work of art from nature. Then it flutters away as you savor the final moments. Until another arrives.
 

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well being that butterflies, and moths are pollinators.....shouldn't this be more about wine & cider?


just think of the beautiful butterfly pollinating what will be your next apple for cider! :mug:
 

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I'm just wondering what the goggles are for, there a hidden treasure map on the inside or what? Might need a bowl full of lemons and a hair drier to find out.
 
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