That is a ridiculously good price on fruit. Well worth the four hours of driving. It's not like the drive is even a terrible one.
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Cool debate! Let's see if I understand the scientific side. I put my yeast sample in a 2L starter wort and put it on a stirplate, opening of the flask covered with foil so O2 can get in, right? Then it stirs, and yeast uptake O2, build their sterols, bud, multiply, consume sugars, done. Done meaning that its now beer minus hops. Its still in the flask with exposure to O2 and stiring. Science is saying that it won't oxydize?
If that's true why not put my 5 gallon beer batch on a big stirplate with exposure to O2 and let it go till its all done. Or why do we worry about exposing our finished beer to O2 when we rack it, bottle it, keg it? Why do they sell O2 scrubbing bottle caps?
I am flying from Los Angeles. $300 airfare...another $300 in hotel expense...while I have tix for Saturday, it is so outrageous that more than 1,000 tickets are onsale---at twice face value---on StubHub less than 12 hours after the members pre-sale.
What is the term of this insurance? Is it per event? Per year? What about new members?Agreed.
I think the idea is fantastic, but simple details like these need to be spelled out.
What about clubs (like ours) who have members as well as 'free loaders'. How are the free loaders accounted for? For instance, we have 55 paid members and approximately 35-50 more free loaders who are very hard to keep track of. They don't think they "use the club enough" to pay dues or declare their name/email but will come to every outside event we have (non - meeting events). What then?