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but don't you all agree it takes real talent to make bad beer, cosistently?
There was a quote or joke and I can't find it. But it went along the lines of
"They have the skill to brew bad beer consistently and the marketing budget
to convince you to drink it. "
Now if they had the computer equivalent of the ignition lock to keep people from drunken posting on the forum . . .
Ask and ye shall receive: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/new-in-labs-stop-sending-mail-you-later.html
Interestingly, if our Google car got into a wreck with you (me) drunk in the back seat who would be responsible?
I've read this thread with interest. But I don't see the issue. I've never used chalk (it doesn't dissolve fast enough). If I need additional Ca it's gypsum, carbonate/bicarb it's baking soda or soda ash. Chloride has never been a problem, but I'd add CaCl. If there were too much of something, add some RO & back add what was needed.
I know it's difficult to add RO to drinking water supplies, but it's very doable at brewing levels.
Scanned? For real. Now that is bad.
Collared can be an awful meal if cooked wrong or a delicious if done correctly. I guess that's true of a lot of foods, but this one seems to be more black and while.