Drawingablank wrote:3. It causes flatulence - not just a little either. The aroma is sort of like an open cesspool under a pile of burning tractor tires.
If I lived closer to the playa, I would bring a ton of this stuff to gift as a form of snark
Agaton wrote:Gentle Sir, it occurs to me that the bevrage in question may indeed have a considerable alcohol content, which after ten bottles could acount for you postin gon a public forum the olfactory impressions of your item #3.
tamarakay wrote:I just really don't know what to say except I wish I hadn't read this.
MyDearFriend wrote:Good to know that I am getting my money's worth out of the very expensive beer I buy. I would pay whatever's necessary to avoid that cesspool/burning tire experience.
MyDearFriend wrote:FlyingMonkey I am so happy for you, and I wish you all the best with your beer!
is the BEST, and the eplayan you want to talk to about it is our dear friend Goathead.
Goathead lives in Gerlach, so, is not to far from Home. Where will you be bring your kegs from?
Do you cool your kegs or just tap it through a cooler?
I'm going to give 3 gallon kegs a try since they are really portable, but the 5 gallon kegs are more convenient for larger quantities.
What would be your top picks for the Playa considering the hot days & cold nights?
I just ordered a Bacon Smoked Red Ale kit so I will do my part researching/sampling
tatonka wrote:made some "new wine " with some marijuanna , taste was not good, but it was very good after effect. Woke up in the morning and I seemed to be floating on my bed. All body aches were gone ( normaly have many aches to deal with ) will try to fiqure on how to make it taste better.
Goat head! Good to see you. We missed getting to hug you last year. And we do appreciate the cream soda you guys made. Wonderful stuff!
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