A few days ago, we woke up to a cold house in whoville. My long time friend in the business came around today to fix it. He didn’t like the condition of the thin gauge wire connecting the thermostat to the air handler. The wires were loose on the thermostat as well. So he replaced the wire. (The real problem proved to be in a frayed wire outside at the heat pump. He found that next.) What does this have to do with homebrewing? I’m glad you asked! The route for the wire goes through a drop ceiling in my basement, right where my keezer is. I was on a run to my LHBS when he accidentally kicked a tap. Luckily, the keg was almost blown, so the mess could’ve been worse. But the 5# CO2 tank, which I thought would’ve been about 2/3 full, was completely empty. Thoughts of asphyxiation entered my mind. How horrible that could be, CO2 pouring into a nonventilated area. Then I looked at the keezer, and all 6 taps had their dry erase markers wiped away! I remember where a couple of the beers were tapwise, but I’m not sure on all of them! So now I’m engaged in a marathon taste test trying to recall which beer is where!