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    It's OVER 5,000! yeezus's Avatar
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    http://www.businessinsider.com/amy-s...aurants-2015-6

    good on her. rather than looking down at someone thinking you're better, realize how lucky you are to even be able to do that. i also find her pretty funny.

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    Made a trip to Vermont last monday

    Been having these since


    I need to do a swap with JPX, but I couldn't share.
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    I don't think Nolan Ryan should be a poster child for mechanics - SAV

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    I'm gonna aggravatingly pimp myself for a second. About 3 years ago my brother and I brewed a Belgian strong ale. It's kidn of between a light and a dark on the srm scale. CLoser to light though. Anyway, I have been aging some bottles to see how the recipe ages. And it's amazing. It's agressive on th enose with classic belgian yeast flavors of banana and clove. It's sweet but a bit dry on the pallet. It was my first home brew recipe and it's certainly a winner.

    My original recipe was a partial mash (meaning grains and malt extract) my updated recipe is gonna be all grain. I want to make 3 batches. One with a brett yeast, one with a belgian yeast, and one with a blend of the 2. But I need a day where tha'ts the only thing on my agenda as that's something like 12 hours worth of brewing. But the experimental results alone will be well worth it.
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    Oh and unrelated to me. Smugglers notch distillery is pretty boss. WEnt there in Waterbury last week, had their bourbon, rum and vodka as well as a hopped gin. I don't like gin so the last one wasn't for me. But the rum, bourbon and vodka were all great. Vodka is dangerous, it has almost no bite to it. Very clean. Bourbon is a very nice sweet but spicy bourbon, and the rum was really smooth but it was aged for a few years in bourbon barrels so it had a bit of peppery bourbon bite to it which was nic.e
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    Very Flirtatious, but Doubts What Love Is. jpx7's Avatar
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    "For all his tattooings he was on the whole a clean, comely looking cannibal."

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