Dang dude, you paid $1500 for yours (well it probably wasn't $1500 4 years ago...)? Yeesh, that's pricey. Looks like an amazing kegerator though.
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Four years ago I used minute rice in a cream ale and it was nice. It was 2 lbs of flaked corn, 1 lb of the rice and 3/4 lb. of orange blossom honey with some 2-row and Pils malt. Mashed at 152oF and used WLP029 at 66oF. It was very hot that summer and this was perfect for the hot weather. If I used WLP007, I'd ferment as cool as I could - around 62oF-63oF.That sounds really good. Sounds like it'd be a good recipe to brew to get a new generation of yeast going plus a good light drinker for hot days.
I was thinking they should wear parachutes in case they fall. Are parachutes really that heavy? One slip up and you could go down...man, I had a hard time watching this video.Just make sure you check the wind before relieving yourself. You still have to climb down.
They should climb with parachutes so they can jump off when they are done.
For the longest time I thought SWMBO stood for Single While Man Brews Outdoors.
It's important to remember that you are on the same team though. I would not like to live in an adversarial marriage.
Sunday I am having a double brew day. Making my CDA and my second attempt at a Firestone Walked DBA clone.You're making a Cross Dressing Amateur? tsk tsk tsk, be careful, they'll get ya.