On second thought, if you were *only* using honey in the bottles, it would be less than half a pound. I've found two pounds in secondary is about the minimum to get an unambiguous honey flavor.
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OT: Why are BJCP judges so trusting? There could be ANYTHING in those bottles!
I was going to say some of the corporate chain pizza joints will probably go out of business before long but then I remembered who owns them.
But let me say this with your words, is it right to punish the customer for something management did?
I think you're misunderstanding me here. I DO tip, and quite generously, because I am aware of the way wait staff is compensated. I just think the concept of having to make tips to earn a decent wage is ridiculous and should be changed.
a10t2... do you realize what you just said? Some people are just getting by and ordering a pizza once a month might be their idea of eatting a prepared meal such as a restaurant. Just saying....
So please explain how delivery or waiting tables is any different than other job?
A job is a job and you should be compensated for your work, by your employer, and not expect the customers to pay twice. Personally, I would never want to be paid by tips. I would feel cheap.
If you had bothered to read my earlier posts, you'd find that I do tip. However, I would prefer that they be paid a decent wage for a days work. Yes, they sit around between runs.
Why is it "okay" for them to provide poor service, if they don't think they'll get a good tip?
I'll bet you take breaks quite often to post here. Maybe you should be tipped for only the time you work.
Better get yourself a soapbox.
What about people that can't afford the extra tip to the driver? Should they be denied or have their food spit on the next time they order?
Anyone that commutes 3 hours is a friggin moron
Is it the roasted and chocolate malts that I tasting in these dark beers?
You go to a McDonalds, a single person usually takes your order, takes your money and fill the sacks with the items you ordered. At rush times they're running around at top speed. Do you tip them? I would guess that's a no for most of us.
Interesting insight, Skyler. I have two beers sitting in my secondaries right now, and I plan on using DME to prime. I've been using corn sugar until now; any thoughts about priming each batch with a cup of DME each?
Why honey?it is more expensive and will NOT give a honey flavor unless the beer has been pasteurized