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    Backwards reeb si doog;)

    Backwards reeb si doog;)
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    I can honestly say I've never had any Polish...

    I can honestly say I've never had any Polish beer, even while traveling in Europe. But if I run across these I'll give them a try
  3. Do not use bleach, it will corrode your kegs. ...

    Do not use bleach, it will corrode your kegs. But as Mike suggests, replace all rubber parts and then an overnight soak in PBW should take care of it.
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    I thought I had something pithy to contribute...

    I thought I had something pithy to contribute but,ummmm, nevermind.
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    I just had a great Oklahoma wheat beer brewed by...

    I just had a great Oklahoma wheat beer brewed by Choc Brewing. At 4% ABV it's a beer I could drink all day, no spices, not heavy, just a delicious German style hefeweizen flavor. Boulevard also...
  6. I so this routinely and have never had any...

    I so this routinely and have never had any issues. A normal sequence would be ESB, porter, then robust porter or dry stout, oatmeal stout, imperial stout. I will do 3 beers without ever opening the...
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    I'll drink the Erdinger any day, all day. I...

    I'll drink the Erdinger any day, all day. I don't want spices added to my beer-just like I won't put a slice of orange or lemon on my beer glass. Erdinger is world class, they set the standards for...
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    That's very nice of her. Do you have to tell her...

    That's very nice of her. Do you have to tell her what you want or does she just know enough about your beer tastes? My wife is always happy to pick stuff up for me when she travels, but I have to...
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    Good to see some of the oldtimers back, come more...

    Good to see some of the oldtimers back, come more often.
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    That looks like a pretty powerful lineup, i hope...

    That looks like a pretty powerful lineup, i hope you have nothing planned tomorrow. I just brewed a SMASH-Maris Otter and Goldings and I'm preparing myself for the cleanup with another Rogue...
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    I'm working this weekend and on call tonight so...

    I'm working this weekend and on call tonight so probably not much, maybe a glass of wine with dinner. Lately I've been drinking mostly homebrewed stuff.
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    You know that InBev would be all over any...

    You know that InBev would be all over any competitor that put a crown or anything else remotely resembling a Spudweiser label, but as FD says they would be crushed by legal fees if they try to sue. ...
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    Our water is harder than usual this year as wells...

    Our water is harder than usual this year as wells start to go dry. But I've never messed with changing the water chemistry, I have just adapted my recipes to work with the water.
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    I'm drinking a Rogue Northwest Ale and loving it....

    I'm drinking a Rogue Northwest Ale and loving it. But $6.50 a bomber is pretty un-economical for a poor boy like me. For another $2 I can get a sixer of SA Boston Lager or Octoberfest, most Sierra...
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    It sounds interesting but the only Widmer I've...

    It sounds interesting but the only Widmer I've ever seen is their bland wheat beer. I'll look today at the store to see if maybe it is available here. Too many people confuse the term lager with...
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    Good luck Vance, I hope it works out for you.

    Good luck Vance, I hope it works out for you.
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    Last night I started on the Jester King beers a...

    Last night I started on the Jester King beers a friend brought me from Texas. I had the Commercial Suicide, an oaked mild, and Wytchmaker, a rye IPA. Both are excellent and unique beers. I've still...
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    Goose Island in New Mexico

    GI is starting to show up on tap in restaurants here in Carlsbad, but I'm not as happy as I should be. Last time I went out I had a Honkers and a 312 but they were both terrible-absolutely...
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    There are lots of great beers in the 4.5-6% ABV...

    There are lots of great beers in the 4.5-6% ABV range, in fact most commercial beers fall in that range. Think Sierra Nevada, Deschutes, Sam Adams, most of their beers are moderate alcohol. But's...
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    Once again the list is heavily tilted toward high...

    Once again the list is heavily tilted toward high ABV/IBU beers. Drinkable session type beers lose out again. I wonder what would happen if they also accounted for the age of the respondent.
  21. I remember about 35 years ago when it was cool to...

    I remember about 35 years ago when it was cool to put a quarter, bottle cap or peanut into my opponents glass of crappy beer so that he would have to drink it fast and pass out first. But that was...
  22. Blending beers is very different-I do it because...

    Blending beers is very different-I do it because I haven't labeled my taps and forget what I'm pouring or a keg nuns out and I top off the glass with something else that I think will go well.
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    It's pretty much the Old Milwaukee of Germany-a...

    It's pretty much the Old Milwaukee of Germany-a very bland low price beer for those days when you really don't care what your guests enjoy, they're getting what you're willing to pay for.
  24. What kind of stuff are people putting in good...

    What kind of stuff are people putting in good beer? Explain what you're talking about. Most of us here are homebrewers who appreciate the wonderfulness of hand crafted beers we design and produce...
  25. Well said, very well said. I can't even stand...

    Well said, very well said. I can't even stand the thought of lemon or orange on my hefewiezen. The only dry mix I ever use is malted barley or wheat added to the mash tun full of hot water.
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