I am also not too fond of oxidizer as a sanitizer.
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Doing as good as we can. Thank you.Hey Sonny. Long time no seen. Happy brewing.
good to here from you. hows the family doing?
Thank you.Is it just me that thinks this thread was derailed a long time ago.
Leos - you make good German style beers. I would love to hear your thoughts on this....
...If you purchase a bad beer from the retailer, inform the retailer. Once beer leave the brewery, it is beyond brewery control. You can inform them about your experience but do not expect replacement from them...Some would be glad to hear of any problems, but from some you could expect a yawn at the vey least...same goes for distributors. Or in some cases, worse.
A number of years ago I called the NJ distributor for an established and very respected West Coast brewer, after several times having a less than satisfying experience with both bottles and drafts of what is normally an excellent product. I was not only brushed off by the distributor, but firmly schooled by his response: "I only sell this crap, I don't make it, so once it's delivered and paid for, how it tastes is not my fscking problem. His words.
I guess I shouldn't have been too surprised...his company was also NJ's largest AB distributor. LOL
And, homoeccentricus, I wish I had been raised with the metric system. It makes sooo much more sense than the ridiculous bodged together system that we still limp along with here in the states.
Move to Belgium! We have beer, chocolate, waffles, the metric system, and cobblestones. What else do you need?
If I ever decide to go expatriate Belgium is high on my list.
Still wouldn't help with the fact that I now have to convert everything from the measures I 'know' intuitively to the generally easier to use and more logical metric.