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The Pub / i bid you all fare well...
« on: May 12, 2012, 06:08:11 AM »
  I'm on my way to International Beer Fest in Cleveland, Oh. If I don't make it back, I love you all. I want Major to have my saw. My bacon of the month will automatically be shipped to Boulder, and I want my turtle collection to go to Denny. Good bye, brothers.

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The Pub / just made soft pretzels...
« on: April 07, 2012, 10:42:13 AM »
To go with my hefe weizen. My life will never be the same.

That is all.

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The Pub / A letter to my wife during the NHL playoffs
« on: April 06, 2012, 03:04:46 PM »
A Letter To My Wife During The Hockey Playoffs

Dearest Love,

As you well know, you are the light of my life; you are my companion through the hills and valleys of this life. Being together with you and our children is what defines my very existence.

When I look into your eyes I still see the woman I fell in love with all those years ago and cannot wait for what life has in store for us next. When you are sleeping beside me at night I know the secret to the meaning of my life.

That said, tonight the NHL playoffs start and we won’t be seeing each other very often for the next few weeks.

The grass will not be mowed as often as you would like and I will not be available for helping with the kid’s bath and bedtimes. The vehicles will most likely only be washed when it rains and please remember to only talk to me during commercials.

I will prefer to watch the games on the big TV, so you will have to DVR your programs and watch them at other times.

Also, during this time I would prefer the refrigerator to be stocked with my favorite hockey-watching foods and beverages. A quick trip to the grocery store every now and then would really mean a lot to me.

Now, we both know that my work schedule will not allow me to watch every game live, so DVR-ing my games will take precedence over anything you would want to watch.

You should expect the living room to look a little more ‘lived in’ than usual, so a bit of extra attention there on your part would be great.

I would hope you have a good attitude when my friends and I wake you and the kids up with our late night yelling at the TV and high-fiving.

Remember that we’re a team and sometimes you need to go the extra mile for the sake of being a team-player.

You will find me to be very upbeat during this time, unless my team ends up losing early on; in which case I will be angry and depressed.

During the action, I will not be able to make it to the refrigerator, so I may need you to be ‘on call’ and bring out an occasional sandwich or drink.

Also, since most games start around 7:00 or 7:30, dinner should be ready no later than 6:30.

I know I don’t need to bring this up, but please try to limit your walking in front of the TV to zero times.

Remember, our love knows no bounds and is a light that never goes out.

Your Loving Husband,

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General Homebrew Discussion / my beer proved itself tonight
« on: April 01, 2012, 06:56:19 AM »
 A while ago, I was asked to make the beer for a party, expecting well over 100.  I haven't talked about it here, because I've been way to nervous about it. I made a plan, and stuck to it. Well, tonight was the big night. I made 13 gal of honey wheat, and 5 gal of stout. It was a huge hit. Most of the people there I did not know. Person after person told me how much they liked it. Not a few times did I hear the phrase "best I've had". And more than did I hear a story along the lines of " I hate dark beer / stouts.  So-and-so made me try this. I absolutely love it. I can't get enough". Several people told me what they really liked about it was it was not heavy, or thick, like a lot of dark beers they drink. And no bitter end on it, very smooth. A couple times I also heard " I like Midnight Satin, at the brewery here, but this is a lot better". It was so good to hear all that from total strangers.  For a while now, I've had a suspicion I make decent beer. Now I know I do. Many thanks to all of you. Five years ago, I did first extract batch on the stove. 90% of what I've learned about brewing is from all of you. The cheap and easy Denny, butt reaming from Major about pitching cool, and fermentation temps, and so much more from all the rest of you guys. So thank you all. I would not be the Brewer I am today if if weren't for you all. Oh, and this also proves one big thing...pantless brewing really works!
  Now, I tell you that story to get to the good part. The dude working a t the place we had the party tried my beer. While I was carrying a keg to my truck at the end of the night, he stopped me to talk beer. Long story short, he gestures across the street to Great Western Malting, and tells me his dad works there. For the price a Growler of beer, as much of whatever malt I want. From a few pounds, to sacks. I put my first order in, and he said I can pick it up Monday. Hopefully, its not to good to be true. If it is the real deal, I'll be trading in my two tap system for a chest freezer real soon!

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The Pub / vote for Pedro
« on: March 30, 2012, 09:50:41 PM »
Recognize the huse? That is THE house from Napoleon Dynamite. Those are the very steps Uncle Rico sat on. The reason I was there all dressed up....as some of you may know, I'm a Jehovah's Witness. I was with a couple of my buddies today doing our door to door work in Preston, Idaho. We came to Napoleons door, and it was my turn. Talked to a real nice old man, and he before we left, we had to bring the subject up. He said it was cool to take a pic. Also saw the doo-joo (sp?) And the chicken farm. Yes, it really is a chicken farm. So,  long story short, it was the best day ever!
 (any religious comments can be made by pm to avoid thread lock)








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The Pub / one more reason i love this forum.
« on: March 30, 2012, 04:49:41 PM »
I'm back over at the camper forum to learn some stuff about my new fifth wheel. This thread goes in a pretty humorous direction, and then some jerk moderator does this. What the crap? Not the first time I've seen stuff like this there. Its like they are afraid to crack a smile there. Those mods would fart and fall dead over here.


http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/25927765/srt/pa/pging/1/page/1.cfm

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The Pub / i thought we were crazy!
« on: March 25, 2012, 02:44:37 PM »
  I'm also a member (hehehe.....I said member) over at RV.net These dudes are outta control! There's a thread right now on whether to put to put your water pressure regulator on the city water water faucet, before your hose, or right onto your trailer, after the hose. Dude! Its getting nasty over there! These old farts in motorhomes have some spunk left in them!!

http://www.rv.net/forum/index.cfm/fuseaction/thread/tid/25907956/srt/pa/pging/1/page/1

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General Homebrew Discussion / found a problem with my process.
« on: March 25, 2012, 02:19:12 PM »
 I was just over a t Dennybrew, looking his site over again. While checking out the pics, it hit me.....I have an issue....when I drain my mash tun, the wirt has about a two foot drop to the boil kettle, all the while in free fall. Then, its hits the bottom and splashes. Sounds like HSA to me! Man, and just when a brewer thinks he's perfect, something like this comes up.  ::)

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The Pub / saturday night brew
« on: March 24, 2012, 04:05:09 PM »
It'll begin at 6 mountain time. I'll post a link later for anyone bored enough to watch.

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The Pub / comically large fith wheel...
« on: March 21, 2012, 06:40:17 PM »
Check....

It's my new toy. This thing is immaculate, and I got it for a steal.


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The Pub / Inagural brew day live!
« on: March 17, 2012, 11:51:00 AM »
 My first brew in the new brewery. Obviously, I have a lot left to do to it, but it's workable.

http://bambuser.com/channel/barrybenoit/webbroadcast

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General Homebrew Discussion / wheat help, urgent.
« on: March 09, 2012, 03:12:17 PM »
  I need to get my grain bill to the brewery asap so i can brew a wheat on Monday for a buddy's party then end of the month. I gave one of my laptops to my neice, not thinking that all my software for brewing and recipes were on it. I need a a grain bill for 20 gallons of wheat, I typically go 50/50. Looking to hit around 1050 - 1055. Oh, and maybe some advice on how much hallertau to throw in to reach 15-20 ibu. Mainly bittering. Thanks!

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The Pub / Meaningless thread.
« on: March 06, 2012, 06:27:03 PM »
We haven't had a good BFI thread in a while, so I figured I would start one. Would you rather wrestle a bear, or kung-fu fight a moose? Keep in mind while making your decision, bears have large claws, however moose have more woodland allies.

  And.........GO!

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The Pub / Latest life changing event.
« on: March 02, 2012, 08:06:14 PM »
 A couple weeks ago, I got a tablet. Aseus Iconia, Droid 4.0. This thing is just great. Since I've had it, the only time I touch my laptop, is to pull some music or videos off it to my tab. He battery on this thing is a beast too. I watched a two and a half hour movie, and had 75% life left. Tons of useful brewing apps too. If any of you are thinking of pulling the trigger on one, do it! You will not be sorry. Got a steal on mine on Amazon. This particular one is cool, cause it has a USB and micro SD slot. Also has HDMI out, which is really cool to stream stuff I download, or YouTube, or Netflix to the big screen. So, again, if you've been putting getting one off, do it. The Weaze give it two snaps in "Z" formation.

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The Pub / So i have this "friend"...
« on: February 23, 2012, 08:17:09 PM »
Who loves the book series Hunger Games, and he squeeled like a school girl when I, I mean he, saw the. Movie trailer, and I already bought tickets for 12:01 am opening morning. Would you still be friends with me?  I mean,  him. I'm not sure how to fell about him.

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