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Old 04-04-2014, 03:12 PM   #1546
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Wow I've never seen that pic before

You got anymore of that meade left?
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Old 04-04-2014, 07:27 PM   #1547
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What size shirt do you want?

Shirt and cup are the least we can do....

Ha!!! That was at DV daze!!!! Our camp!!!
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Old 04-04-2014, 07:37 PM   #1548
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Old 04-05-2014, 01:35 PM   #1549
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Ha ha guys...FZ cruzer, thanks again for the rides and letting me experience the KTM at the noob rally. Gosh man that thing was fun. Been thinking about smaller bikes since then.

Jeepbandit, I do and a couple bottles have your name on them. I'm at work right now but maybe this weekend we could meet up or something and you could try it out. Also, bottling the cider today, first batch is done. Home brewing is so awesome. You're literally manufacturing exactly what you want for way less than retail in your own home. Gonna do another batch of mead next and try to make it dryer.



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Old 04-05-2014, 05:43 PM   #1550
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This cider's alcohol is weak compared to the mead! Still pretty good though. Having some straight out of the jug

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Old 04-05-2014, 05:50 PM   #1551
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Are you little bike shopping yet?
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Old 04-05-2014, 06:23 PM   #1552
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Are you little bike shopping yet?
Casually when I'm winding down at night... jeepbandit (the other guy on a Strom during our ride) sent me a KTM for sale on our local forum here in SD-not the same as yours and not set up for tall dudes. But still tempting, dammit! Also, just heard the CCM 450 is being imported to the states early next year. http://www.ccm-motorcycles.com . I know, I know, better off getting something used already here. Totally agree. But nice to see manufacturers are stepping up.

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Old 04-06-2014, 04:03 PM   #1553
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I'm about to do a little training for WARPED. Where to start? Where to start?

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Old 04-06-2014, 05:50 PM   #1554
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I'm a big IPA guy but found the Stochasticity a bit disappointing. Old Godfather looks good. I'll have to track that down and give it a try. I have the little brother bottle of the Triple Karm which goes down tonight. One of my favorites. Enjoy, Scott!
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Old 04-06-2014, 06:12 PM   #1555
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... You're literally manufacturing exactly what you want for way less than retail in your own home. ...
I disagree with this statement! Me and my 3 brewer buds are pretty far from breaking even versus buying retail beer.

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I'm personally a fan of that grapefruit IPA. Those grapefruit flavors make that double IPA go down much faster.

Tim and I went to Backstage in Culver recently, and they had these suckers for $8 ($7 during happy hour). It was pretty much the best beer option for the evening. My hangover was more awful than usual so that's a good sign for me!
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I'm a big IPA guy but found the Stochasticity a bit disappointing. Old Godfather looks good. I'll have to track that down and give it a try. I have the little brother bottle of the Triple Karm which goes down tonight. One of my favorites. Enjoy, Scott!
Yeah, gotta say I was a bit disappoint with the Stochasticity, not much grapefruit flavor.

The Karmeliet was a recommendation from Lalo of 800 Days Around the World fame. That's up next with dinner. Can't wait!!

The barleywine, that's gonna need to wait for another night. I'm training for WARPED, not recreating it.
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:50 PM   #1557
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I disagree with this statement! Me and my 3 brewer buds are pretty far from breaking even versus buying retail beer.


I'm personally a fan of that grapefruit IPA. Those grapefruit flavors make that double IPA go down much faster.
Couple things here:

1) You guys have destroyed me on this thread for my cider enjoyment, but there's a couple of people here talking about grapefruit flavored beer?! Really guys!?

2) SQ Beemer: You're not breaking even because you're brewing beer. Beer is cheaper to buy on the market because it's popular. My first mead brewing paid for itself and the equipment. Retail, mead is really expensive right now (11-13 bucks a bottle). Cider is probably just above a break even, haven't done the numbers yet like I did with the mead, but the stuff I'm drinking right now seems to have a higher alcohol content than the retail stuff, and there's of course a value to that .
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Old 04-06-2014, 07:59 PM   #1558
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Couple things here:

1) You guys have destroyed me on this thread for my cider enjoyment, but there's a couple of people here talking about grapefruit flavored beer?! Really guys!?

2) SQ Beemer: You're not breaking even because you're brewing beer. Beer is cheaper to buy on the market because it's popular. My first mead brewing paid for itself and the equipment. Retail, mead is really expensive right now (11-13 bucks a bottle). Cider is probably just above a break even, haven't done the numbers yet like I did with the mead, but the stuff I'm drinking right now seems to have a higher alcohol content than the retail stuff, and there's of course a value to that .

I personally am not a fan of fruity alcohol of any kind...
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Old 04-06-2014, 09:20 PM   #1559
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warped 2009. was that Warped Trip V ?
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Old 04-06-2014, 10:16 PM   #1560
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warped 2009. was that Warped Trip V ?
That was a good year! It was WARPED V if my math is right. I think that's the year Ms. Bianca made the flank steak with chimchuri sauce and we got fucked up on Cabo Waboritas.
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