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Old 03-31-2005, 02:26 PM   #1531
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Crewsk here is your cup of tea and a full pot of tea in case you want some more

Bang Bang may I try some of the brew as you get it ready ? Will you have any bock brew ?
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Old 03-31-2005, 02:30 PM   #1532
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Maidrite, if there's any tea left, I'd love a cup. I just can't get warm this afternoon! Your cream puffs were fantastic! I think I'll have another with the tea.
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Old 03-31-2005, 02:30 PM   #1533
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Hey Sushi.....can I get an estimate on building up? The lounge is almost done. Just have to finish the dance floor and clean up. Started our first batch of brew. This will be a low alcohol beer so people can drink a lot of it without gettin sloppy drunk.
Dark English Mild Ale
Light DME
Black Patent Malt just enough tomake the beer a deep black color
Crystal Malt
Fuggles Hops

Enough for 450 gallons.
Ok, lessee here....

That'd Be:
300lbs light DME
40lbs Black Patetnt Malt
10lbs Crystal 90L (Can't use too much, or the beer will finish too sweet)

Oh, and 77 ounces of Fuggle Hop pellets in a 90 minute boil. And I reccomend wyeast 1968 for the fermentation - it's a wonderful British Ale yeast

Can we PLEASE switch to all grain brewing??? We're gonna need to sell another Airbus if we keep going through that much DME - the stuff is EXPENSIVE!!!

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Old 03-31-2005, 02:32 PM   #1534
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John, that's like another whole language to me, so I say do whatever makes you happy!
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Old 03-31-2005, 02:32 PM   #1535
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Maidrite, if there's any tea left, I'd love a cup. I just can't get warm this afternoon! Your cream puffs were fantastic! I think I'll have another with the tea.
PAB, step over to the brew kettle! We'll have 450 gallons of beer boiling for 90 minutes. It'll throw off some heat for sure. (Hope you don't mind the smell of hops...)

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Old 03-31-2005, 02:34 PM   #1536
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Growing up we lived about 5 miles from a brewery and if the wind blew right all we could smell was hops, so the smell doesn't bother me a bit. And if it'll help me get warm, I'm there!
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can I get an estimate on building up?

Well, I was thinking about making a big garden in the back. We would have to destroy Doves woodshed though.
What does everyone think? Is it worth it? If we go forward with it Bang will you supervise building it?
As far as going upwards.... I have to talk to the zoning folks. What did you have in mind Bang?
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A belated thanks for the tea, Crewsk!
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Old 03-31-2005, 04:48 PM   #1539
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PA Baker here is your Tea, Thank You trying my cream puffs have as many as you like :)
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Old 03-31-2005, 04:51 PM   #1540
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Growing up we lived about 5 miles from a brewery and if the wind blew right all we could smell was hops, so the smell doesn't bother me a bit. And if it'll help me get warm, I'm there!
I know the feeling, PA! The Miller Brewing Plant is about 5 miles away, and it's located right on the edge of the freeway. If you drive by, you can smell it for a long time!

By the way all, please be proud of me - I just hooked up my new computer. (2nd one I've ever had - first was back in '98)
and it works!

Back to the issues at hand: I'd like a cup of green tea too, and some peanut butter pie, 3 creampuffs....and a lionburger.

Sushi, as manager of the coffee with spirits bar, I'm asking if we can have a co-manager to dispense the teas. I'm lousy at that part.

Maidrite, thank you so much for installing all the protection for our cafe! We do appreciate it (well, all of us except the blue emu...by the way, where is he?)
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