#2. Most definitely a #2.
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If you figure that used 3 gallon cornies can sell for around $70, this price doesn't seem too out of whack.
But the days of $20 cornies are probably gone.
Regardless, I'm fairly sure that thujone isn't the main effector in this drink but is part of a synergistic medley of herbs.
I always figured it was just because it's 130 proof.
Do you have a walk in fridge? My problem would be cold storage of all of those lagers.
My retirement fund.Glad you said "mostly". I bottle some big beers, meads and ciders. Competitions. Then there are the friends I brew a batch for, and they don't have a keg system, so it goes into bottles. Even with 32 kegs, I will still have to move some beers I want to keep into bottles to free up a keg.
32 KEGS!! Dammmmmmmmmmmmn...
I finally got 1 step closer to kegging. I have 3 ball lock kegs that I bought over the summer when I found some available. Today, Morebeer is selling a complete kegging system with used keg for 176 and free shipping, so I pulled the trigger on the system. Next paycheck will be the 14cf chest freezer for kegging and lager ferments. Then I will be (mostly) done with bottling forever!!!
Gotta post a picture of me and my handsome self, of course.Looking good.
So they take a regular Erlenmeyer and repackage it as a decanter? Geez what a f'ing ripoff!
And BTW possession of a Erlenmeyer flask in the state of Texas is illegal without a permit. Oh but Officer it's just a "decanter"...