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This was pretty good
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Ironic. My go to packy down the street got some Fuzzy Ducks from a drop off on a festival they did that yesterday. Sadly online it was reserved but someone picked it up physically. I was hoping a FF would conjure up a pic

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Mrs and I at our usual Friday afternoon stop T the Readington Brewery and Hop Farm for a pint or two.
Today is a pint of the 2X Bomber which is a double dry hopped IPA with Amarillo/citra/Columbus/mosaic hops. It is a take off their original Hop Bomber IPA.
Anyone in the area August 27 they have their annual Hop Harvest where guest get to help harvest the hop farm.
Love this place.
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One of these tonight. Pretty good and for just a minute I felt like it cooled off outside, not quite a chill, but it was welcome relief.
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Ugg… it’s 9:10 here and still 86°. We could be days from spontaneous combustion. I’d give a week’s pay for cooler weather and a rain storm. I’ve had right at 4 total inches of moisture here at my house since February.
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Ugg… it’s 9:10 here and still 86°. We could be days from spontaneous combustion. I’d give a week’s pay for cooler weather and a rain storm. I’ve had right at 4 total inches of moisture here at my house since February.
I feel your pain and can relate to your precipitation amounts as we've only had 2.29 inches of precip so far in all of 2022. But at least are temperatures are comfortable.

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Go Niners!

Kicked a keg of Panther Piss Super Dry this afternoon, so I kegged a batch of Panther Piss Super Dry while watching the Niners' pre-season debut.

The final, yeasty glass of Super Dry
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The first glass, leftovers from the fermenter.
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The Niners, doing what they do to the Packers.
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Was on retreat with the incoming freshman, so took me a while to get caught up with this thread. Upon safe return, had three HB Lagers before heading out with some of the teachers for a decompress/review session (which involved yet more beers). Going to be another giant crop of passionfruit this year.
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Also, had to save the boys from a snake at midnight. This little guy is a Mountain King Snake. They eat the venomous snakes, and that's a plus at a campsite; but try telling a bunch of 13-year olds who have never left the city that.
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HB Lawnmower Blonde while mashing in a Cali Common.
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It rained last night so we aren’t harvesting today. Only about 40 acres of peas left to finish those; the spring wheat might be close to being ready when we’re done with the peas. Then we’ll only have another 1300 acres to go. That will take about a week of 12-14 hour days.
 
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