Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'General Chit-Chat' started by BarbarianBrewer, Feb 9, 2020.
Phil Swift, repurposed planter, temperature control
Basement's looking good there Craigerrr
You told them a fridge leak ruined the entire basement....and they bought it?
Glad it worked out for you Craigerrr!
I've seen it happen many times if you've got an ice maker line that fails or leaks. Floods the floors and will soak up into the walls. With the fear of mold these days, most insurance would just as soon get rid of the problem. Not saying that's what happened here, but witnessed similar and this is fairly typical depending your location.
That is a bingo, came down in the morning to the sound of running water. Basement was flooded pretty good, most of the ceiling came down. Pool table wasn't damaged but it had to be dismantled and removed to replace the flooring. New felt due to that, it is a very good quality 1" slate table. Hope the Reno is done in the next week or so.
Glad to hear the pool table is coming back! Beer and pool just belong together.
@Craigerrr, I never doubted your story (you are Canadian after all ) but, never imagined an ice maker leak would lead to "the sound of running water"! Wow!
The waterline going into the back of the fridge split in the night,went undetected until the morning.
That'll do it.
My random thought, I wish I was drinking my beer and not commercial, mines better
I could not agree more buddy! Cellar Palate is a myth! Drink up Oz, brew on!
This is exactly how I have felt over the last couple days!
If you can't bite, don't growl.
NEVER let facts get in the way of a good story!
Beer is never purchased. It's only rented.
Ain't nothing as useless as tits on burnt bacon!
Random fall scene here in Southern Ontario
I wish I had a good shot of the aspens in the mountains to put up.... We generally do an Oktoberfest party this time of year with friends in the foothills but not this one.
Wagon broke down and no matter how much Mr Ed tried to explain it wasn't his fault,
horse meat was the meal of the day.
Reverse Donner Party!
That's a nice photo.
There are several Aspen groves on the East slope of the Sierras. They are beautiful this time of year.
And the Murican version