You'll notice some before and after shots. Specifically before the brewers decorate their spots and after.
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Carlos- I'll message you personally. I'm in Northfield- 20 minutes from Apple Valley. My kegs are currently dry. I have a 5# CO2 tank set up. It's yours for the event.
You have already taken the kegs there as checked baggage on a plane? What airline let you do that, and who did you have to talk to to get it worked out? I didn't realize they would let you do that.
Sorry I can't help, I'm further from MN than you are.
We have a lot of those around here too, but they tend to be easier to pronounce. Except maybe for places like Sequim (SQUIM) and Puyallup (pyoo OL up).And how about Natchitoches?
That's an indian name.
Kinda like the Econlockhatchee River that runs through Oviedo
Give him time, he's new to the Rockies...
What I am impressed with, every snow bank I have encountered in late summer is hard as rock...very little give
let alone enough to allow writing...Still neat though.
A stream of warm liquid facilitates writing in such cases...
Fixed that for you.I'm with you guys, no beers until I'm (nearly) done. Not before chilling anyway. Inspiration is great during recipe development, getting inspired while brewing leads to some bad brews.I'm breaking my rule. It's boiling,