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It's Bottling Time!
#11
Looks like a great time.
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#12
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That brew came out well now that bottle conditioning has done it's thing. Enjoyed it along with some very, very tasty venison tenderloin courtesy of B-Dub. Unfortunately, dessert consisted of cheesecake followed by a whooping for the NY Giant from the Steelers. Give that W to B-Dub's team.

Had several fine cigars too. No pics. A couple of Trocadero's and a pair of Famous Garcia Family Maduro's. Great way to spend a Sunday.

Thanks for the invite Mr. Ambassador...

The bottling...

Easy-E and B-Dub are back at it again.
It's bottling time down South... WITH cigars!

Eat your hearts out!!!

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--Easy

"If there are no cigars in Heaven, I shall not go." --Mark Twain
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#13
I have a question. How much beer is in that bucket?
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#14
(11-07-2012, 04:21 PM)tafdom Wrote: I have a question. How much beer is in that bucket?

Normally about 54 - 12oz bottles.
But we might'a got more like 60 on that batch.
No Reserve, No Retreat, No Regrets!!!
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#15
That's 5.06 and 5.62 gal. I was trying to figure out how many gal the bucket was @ 5 or 6.
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#16
That is correct. Typically, a batch is 5 gallons. There are line markers on one side of the bucket for each gallon, and I visually estimated my latest batch to be about 5.6 gallons.
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#17
Had one of these bottled brews this evening. They are well conditioned now, another week did the trick. Nice work B-Dub.
--Easy

"If there are no cigars in Heaven, I shall not go." --Mark Twain
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#18
My question from history with Brent. 24 X 12 = 2.25 gal per case of beer. I have personaly seen "on any given Sunday" here 3 cases + various bottles of take your pick Liquor emptied on any football day. Why bother to bottle it? LOL
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#19
Glad to see someone else that finishes off a good stick in a pipe. Its about all I used my pipes for since I got into cigars but Ive recently took them back up. Good pipe is hard to beat, except by a good cigar lol.
Branden

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#20
(11-13-2012, 01:54 AM)tafdom Wrote: My question from history with Brent. 24 X 12 = 2.25 gal per case of beer. I have personaly seen "on any given Sunday" here 3 cases + various bottles of take your pick Liquor emptied on any football day. Why bother to bottle it? LOL

Yeah Brent. All indicators point to a need for kegs.
--Easy

"If there are no cigars in Heaven, I shall not go." --Mark Twain
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