Brewing With Total Confidence
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Discussion in 'General Brewing Discussions' started by Ozarks Mountain Brew, Oct 28, 2017.
Bloody Extract brewers !
I bet you haven't come across one of these?
That's what happens when you live too long
And, of course, I can't imagine their flatulence is much different from any other non-ruminant vegetarian. I know it's more of a 'use your imagination' thing.
I can safely say that if I were ever to encounter a rhino in the wild close enough to smell it, my trousers would be weighed down quite suddenly if-you-know-what-I-mean... I understand they are not friendly, and run faster than I can.
I'm thinking it would be the load in my pamper.
Adds a new meaning to being horney! wait for it Rhino horney lol.
Run forest RUN
Coming to terms with the fact that I've become the type of person taking home empty bottles from my friends house I always knew this day was going to come, I've run out of places to put beer!
Haha I’m with you. I have one friend who I trade a “variety pack” for empties. I have way more than I gave him. Now with kegs I am filling 3 possibly 4 bottles and the rest in a keg I’ve got quite a few sitting around empty
If I were in driving range I'd be there tomorrow to swap for em with ya lol
Once I started kegging I gave away prolly 1+ cases of bottles. I still have a few for the occasional "I should bottle some of this" situation.
I would definitely donate them
I'll be drinking some of my cider, trying to keep some till my next batch is ready.
On another note,
There was no applejuice in the shop today, except in 330 ml cans.
It worked out cheaper per litre, so I know have 21 cans in stock...
I still have all of my bottles, and ask for people to rinse well and return them to me. My plan this year is to brew my two signature Christmas seasonals well ahead of time and let them condition for several months.
I've found the best place for excess beer is down the hatch.
I'd like it to carbonate and condition first
I no longer ask for the empties back. If I need to stock up on empties gives me a reason to buy craft brews.
I like to trade my brews for empty bottles or give them away and ask for the bottles back. But now I have a problem where I have 2 straight batches that ended up super dry (believe I know the culprit) that I really don't want to give away cause of quality. I'm drinking them but can't seem to drink them fast enough myself. Should have just enough bottles to bottle my cream ale tomorrow but I might be forced to hold off on my March brew till the end of the month or even April unless I get more bottles. At some point though if I don't catch up I feel like I'm gonna have to much inventory to justify brewing more. Hoping the cream ale is good so I can give it away.
Good news is that my Northern Brewer hops that the USPS lost have been reshipped from MoreBeer's PA warehouse (they were on back order) and FedEx this time. So I'll atleast be able to keep the order of my brew schedule intact
Ah. Thought you were overstocked with full bottles.
Letting temp go up on Irish Stout. Brewed Saturday. Was still churning along last night and this morning Krausen dropped like a rock.