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cbotrice

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Donated 5 gal of homebrew to a subdivision fundraiser for the local charter school and it went over quite quickly (20 min). Got good reviews from people who didn't even know I brewed it and those who did know gave me the obligatory kudus. It is a nice feeling to have something you made appreciated by those who don't even know you. MPW
 

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Oh f'sho! I'm at IU and I've been rollin to parties with a few homebrews (my first batch of IPA, decent but nothin' too special yet), and everyone's like 'this beer's the bomb!' I know drunk reviews aren't the most accurate, but it's a start lol :D
 

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The drunk reviews are always better than the sober ones, especially from those who are use to carbonated water. I had mix results this weekend at a party. At the beginning of the nite, I had mix reactions. When everyone was a little more liquored up, I told them i have a different batch. And what do you know, they loved the second batch. It was the same beer. You gotta love drunk people.
 
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cbotrice

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Well the group was mixed from beer hounds to "carbonated water" drinkers. I was up against Sam Adams summer ale in kegs and noone got boozed up. The guy who organized the pig fest wanted to know if I had another keg or two at home, had 1/2 and one in a carboy, so I told him next year have a brewing party around Apr 1 and he will have enough beer to serve 400 people. That idea seemed to go over pretty well with the local brewheads so maybe it will work. MPW
 
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