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    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    Maybe you guys could persuade Steve-o to unleash the tempest of kindling at your lil' shindig. At the very least you'll have firewood for the beach bonfire.
    at least then, we might get a ride report...lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlrouen View Post
    Will you send me some beer? What are you brewing these days? Pale Ale?
    Taking a break after brewing 20 gallons of home brew and 350 gallons of commercial beer for my wedding. I do have a coffee stout and bourbon barrel Belgian left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    i want a full keg of fat tire and you got yourself a deal. I'm keeping the keg and tap too.
    You gotta set your sights higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    i smoke strictly mids. that heady **** is too good for me.
    I need to brew a beer with mids. Make a little tincture and add it to the secondary. High-PA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    WOAH! What? As someone who's never brewed more than 5-6 gallons at a time in my life my hat is off to you. That's a whole lot of B-Brite there!
    Well, the commercial brew was easy, as it was brewed at my friend's brewery, on a 15 barrel system. It isn't automated, but it sure beats the hell out of brewing on a homebrew scale. I usually do 10 gallon batches at home, but my system isn't that high tech.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlrouen View Post
    **** that! I'm bringing a fifth of Jack and a six pack of the dankity dank and we are lighting all of your **** on fire. That **** ****ing sucks ass. We be lighting that **** on fire!

    I fully support this message. I'll bring some Mount Gay and/or Pussers to make sure we get this party started right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    ...my system isn't that high tech.
    Doesn't need to be, right? Five gallon buckets and recycled Hefe-Weissen bottles, brother!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock View Post
    I fully support this message. I'll bring some Mount Gay and/or Pussers to make sure we get this party started right!
    10 Cane and wedge of lime!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LBCrew View Post
    Doesn't need to be, right? Five gallon buckets and recycled Hefe-Weissen bottles, brother!
    I have brewed in a soup pot on the stove, and I have brewed on a fully digitally controlled More Beer system (RIMS). Technology isn't required, but it really makes things a lot easier.

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    Not too long ago, I was growing 5 different varieties of hops, just around my house and property. That made the biggest difference, IMO. I'm not brewing as much anymore, so I'm down to just Cascade, which is a good all-purpose variety. But it's so easy to grow... and makes a big difference. I highly recommend it. If you want a rhizome to get you started, let me know....