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i have no idea, but i'm glad i'm not the only one with a sense of humor in this world! and now that i think of it! add that to my BEST EVER brewing upgrades! having a sense of humor! (i actually think i didn't have one UNTIL i started brewing!)you're an odd duck, bracc.
I would have said this, too, awhile back. But I find myself bottling again and it’s not as bad as I’d remembered. I get somewhat of a break with 3 gallon batches because I’m only bottling 30 at a time instead of about 50. I like having the variety, though priming correctly and getting the right carbonation is sometimes tricky.Kegging. I wouldn't do this anymore if I had to screw around with bottles. Plus, tap beer at home is just cool.
A few months back I had to bottle 9 gallons of varies wilds/mix fermentation beers. This was my first time bottling in nearly 3 years after moving to kegging and 20 minutes into washing bottles I thought to myself, if I kegged and force carbed I’d be drinking this beer already lol fast forward 3 hours (still not done) and I told my wife I’ll never bottle beer again lolI do not miss bottling.