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Nothing- I was diagnosed with acute diverticulitis on Tuesday and I'm on a liquid diet that does not include beers. From what I understand, it may be two months before I can safely resume drinking beer.

Which is unfortunate because I just brewed my first hard cider using Ritter's Cider Mill (Jefferson Township, PA) and some cider yeast that gave it a slightly tart flavor. I moved it to secondary with 3 cinnamon sticks (5 gallon batch) and I'll be transferring to a keg come Sunday. By the time it's ready, I will be a ways away from being able to drink again, so it looks like friends, family, and neighbors will benefit- which I feel like is part of why we do this in the first place.
 

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Whaaaaaaaattttt!!!!????? Love those guys man. If I could get a ATDI and Sparta reunion that would be amazing
Yeah!!!!! Check out the set list. Siiiiiiiick!
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They are touring with the first arrangement from Deloused…..makes sense most songs are from that LP. I’m beyond stoked for tomorrow night
 

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Yeah!!!!! Check out the set list. Siiiiiiiick!
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They are touring with the first arrangement from Deloused…..makes sense most songs are from that LP. I’m beyond stoked for tomorrow night
Yeah!!!!! Check out the set list. Siiiiiiiick!
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They are touring with the first arrangement from Deloused…..makes sense most songs are from that LP. I’m beyond stoked for tomorrow night
Really wish I still lived in New England. 😭😭
 

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No picture, but a Duvel Triple Citra. Pleasant, a little fruity in the yeast, but then it's Belgian. What'd I expect?
Thank you for letting me know about that. Aside from business functions, I seldom drink beer that I don't make.

I want to drink that. I'd also like to brew that...been a while since I made a Belgian.
 

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Having guided my mob of degenerate misfits at the guitar factory toward a decent* end of month, I decided to treat myself to a double helping of curry and a fun episode of "problem drinking."

I tried to kill my Panther Piss Super Dry keg tonight because I really need to keg my Panther Piss Oktobermess....no dice. It's a brilliant August beer, but it's October. I brought several samples of this beer into work and one of my collogues described it as "crackers and flowers." Could you ask for anything more from a fizzy yellow swill? The rest, as usual, were more interested in its strength. Pearls to swine ;)
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As much as I need to dump it, this one deserves to die of natural causes.
What I really wanted to drink was my first UK beer of the fall brewing season. Otter and 10% Invert #3 with dumb levels of EKGs due to modern hopping methods. As stupid as it is delicious.
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Oh, and I've also got this WCIPA that I kegged last week that is, no doubt, in its prime. Cascades, Amarillo, and Citra.
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For dessert, I had a small glass of Panther Piss Classic III, LODO. Pils, 6-row, corn, and Saaz. Lots of Saaz.
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My brewery is firing on all cylinders. Life is good.



*not a total disaster
 
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