Sure, that works. It might not be as clear if the keg is going to get moved around, but if it's going to sit in one spot (like in a serving fridge) then it should clear up and be fine.
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speaking of pronunciations.Flassid is much more common than flaxid. While it is correct to say it flaxid, it is not more correct than saying it flassid. Both are acceptable.
the word vaccine is pronounced vacksine or vaxine. the correct pronounciation? way to say flaccid is actually flaxid the same as vaccine. i have found a source that indicates that it can be said flassid, and nearly everybody in the medical community says it this way. so when i say it correctly, i get goofy stares.
Good suggestions in this thread. But, in the interest of keeping things simple, I would suggest settling on a pressure and keg temp setting that works for a range of styles and call it good.Yes, that totally works too. Good point.
Yeah, exactly, but kind of with that drawn out "ow" sound in the middle. Like you're ordering a cup of coffee in the diner after coming from the dentist's office with half a face full of novicaine.That's an awesome image
Try this site: www.baltimorehon.comThat's excellent, now they just need some mp3s so we can hear it
When they had the NHC in Bawlmer, they had some of the local jargon on the t-shirt.
Will Malto-Dextrine add any sweetness or will it only add body? I'm tempted to add a little sweetness back to the saison and was considering lactose, any thoughts?In my experience, it will add some perceived sweetness for sure.
In my case it's just they can call me, send a text,Why would I want people to know where I am? If they want to know they can ask.
That's sort of how I feel about it. If I'm going out, presumably I've already made plans. And if someone wants to meet up with me on short notice, they can call me, send a text, Facebook message, FB chat, AIM, Gchat, or email.
My understanding is that most people who use these things heavily are actually playing them as a game - as you check in more places, you accumulate points and... win at having a social life? I'm not sure what the objective actually is.
Zinc = SinkFunny, I've never heard that one
Hon - No good way to spell this out without some sort of special character. "Hon" gets tacked on to the end of sentences similar to the Canadian "Eh."Never heard of this either. Is it like hun, short for honey? Or is it something else? Trying to google it led to some hilarious rants against Baltimore and the Ravens
Edit: Google "Mary Prankster" if you want to hear the accent up close and personal. I won't post those links here.
Yeah, when it's 105F on the Deschutes I'm reaching in the cooler for a Coors Banquet and not a Gordon. Never a Bud though, that stuff is terrible, Busch is better among the AB products IMO. Next time though, it will be Bitburger now that I can get it in cans from my local bottle shop.I'm not a beer snob. I have ordered Budweiser when good craft beer is available. Sure goes down nice on a hot summer day.
Sure, I don't mind a bud every now and then. But I can honestly say I never have, and most certainly never will, walk into a brewpub to try their selection of Bud products. If its a hot day I might try their kolsch.
But that's about it. Phone, home, water, oil, sink - All pronounced normal. Maybe a slight inflection on "Hon," but that's about it.Wait, sink? How else would you pronounce it? I can understand the others, but I thought sink was pretty straightforward.