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Old 29-11-2017, 03:02 PM   #1
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I think I'll wear a funny hat next time I brew. It's obviously the key to success...
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I think I'll wear a funny hat next time I brew. It's obviously the key to success...
You're wrong. An all wooden brewery is obviously the key to success. But that would include wearing an wooden hat
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Interesting. I like how they underlet the liquor to moisten the grist to avoid dough balls in the mash.
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That's a paper bag on his nut......
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