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re: White women forced to close business because of appropriation complaints - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Title is misleading as usual. How were they "forced to close"? social pressure [/quote] I don't know. Those pictures of the burritos looked pretty bad. ...
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re: Chappapella Stops Regular Brewing - BottomlandBrew
I have some of the saisons in my closet that are drinking pretty good. I think their marketing was just shite to nonexistent. ...
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re: All Encompassing 2017 NHL Playoff Thread - BottomlandBrew
The arena was built with concert acoustics in mind. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Other half got the mad ferm saison blend[/quote] Let's compare notes as they go along. I started mine a day after you. Will be interesting to see the differences. What was your recipe? What temp are you fermenting at?...
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re: FBD - Parish Road Trip - BottomlandBrew
[quote]No one knew what heady topper looked like because they all followed the rules and drank from the can [/quote] I know that's tongue in cheek, but I'll still bite. Parish makes awesome beer. There is no doubt about that. So the guys at Parish had some juice and they liked it and they wa...
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re: FBD - Parish Road Trip - BottomlandBrew
[quote]I know you say this half joking, but the first batches of ghost were made before the haze craze[/quote] People had been chasing Alchemist trucks across Vermont for trades for several years. Hill Farmstead was already the darling of the craft beer world. [quote]There definitely wasn't a...
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re: FBD - Parish Road Trip - BottomlandBrew
[quote]While we're talking about LA's favorite brewery... [/quote] I didn't know Parish invented the NEIPA. News to me. ...
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re: How many grills do you own? - BottomlandBrew
Just own a Weber 22" Kettle. Never really needed anything else. I've wanted other things, but I can't justify it when the Weber is a such capable piece of equipment. ...
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re: All Encompassing 2017 NHL Playoff Thread - BottomlandBrew
Glad that game 3 isn't in a work night and I can go downtown and party. :drunkards: ...
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re: All Encompassing 2017 NHL Playoff Thread - BottomlandBrew
Ducks can't ever lose with class. ...
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re: All Encompassing 2017 NHL Playoff Thread - BottomlandBrew
Let's see how dirty the ducks get from here on out. ...
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re: All Encompassing 2017 NHL Playoff Thread - BottomlandBrew
Goddam NBC Sports app keeps cutting out on me. :angry:...
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re: How many days of vacation do you have? - BottomlandBrew
I have as many as I want, but don't take as many as I should. ...
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re: When did truck prices become so obscene? - BottomlandBrew
[quote] Why take the hit when you can get something certified with low miles at half the price?[/quote] Where are you finding good used trucks at half the price of new? When I was shopping earlier this year, certified pre-owned trucks were 80% new sticker price. ...
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re: Nashville Dining Recommendations? - BottomlandBrew
Craft Brewed Bearded Iris or Southern Grist. BI is all about the juice, if you're in to that. Southern Grist has a wider selection of things. I'd do SG, but that's personal preference. I was just over at SG the other day and they had about 10 beers on tap and it was all varied and all good. ...
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re: Homebrewing Thread: Volume II - BottomlandBrew
[quote]Does anyone know how many ounces it takes to detect the orange flavor in the final beer.[/quote] I'm scratching my head on this problem as well, but for lime zest. My wife had a beer based on a Moscow mule that she wants me to replicate. Thinking of doing a mild kettle sour, raising it to ...
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re: Not much else says 'F#€& You Neighbor' like xmas lights in May - BottomlandBrew
Why do they have to be Christmas lights? Why can't they be Memorial Day lights. Shame on you for applying a label. The lights are what they feel they are. ...
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re: FBD - Co-SEC Champs - BottomlandBrew
It's getting there. The recent heat has helped speed things up. Strawberries have been the only thing to ripen so far, but some of the tomatoes and peppers aren't far behind. ...
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re: Who here has worked at a chain restaurant/what was precooked/frozen? - BottomlandBrew
I worked at Ruby Tuesday many moons ago. Most items on the salad bar came in at fridge temps. Everything else was frozen. ...
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re: FBD - Co-SEC Champs - BottomlandBrew
FBD is a homebrew amber lager. [img]http://i.imgur.com/FB4ARNc.jpg Width=600[/img]...
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