It's sunny and plenty warm here today, but tomorrow it's supposed to be in the 80's.
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I did it for my Chocolate and Coffee shop that got nailed by the economy. We shut down but, kept all of our toys. You don't even want to see my espresso machine or my commercial coffee brewing equipment.Where was your shop, what was the name? I think I may have been in there. My wife is getting a MSN from NMSU so she goes over there a couple of times per semester.
Just to check, the base of the post is hexagonal on the liquid side, and cerrated on the gas sideNot always, I have 2 kegs that are hex on both posts. That's one of the reasons I prefer my pinlock kegs.
Yeah, for those of you who haven't been through this process before (I've totaled out a few vehicles) the word "totaled" means it's a "total loss" to the insurance company - The repairs would be more than 70% of the value of the vehicle. Or in other words, it's cheaper for them to negotiate a cash settlement than it is to repair the damage and pay for a rental.Prepare to get screwed. I hate auto insurance worse than the IRS-the IRS is more honest and a lot fairer to deal with. My wife and my son were both involved in accidents where they were hit by other people who were clearly at fault. Bizarrely both times there were cops at the scene who witnessed the accidents. The insurance companies tried to give us $300 for my wife's 10 year old Jetta, there was nothing wrong with it before the accident, it was just in their terms "fully depreciated". We fought them and ended up getting about $4000.
Yeah, but when you taste it side by side with an all malt vienna, you really notice the corn and overall thin flavour/body.What is a commercial all malt Vienna lager I might be able to find. Obviously Negro Modelo would be different, but for Mexican beers it ain't bad. Are there any all malt Mexican lagers, Vienna or otherwise?