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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by will711, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. imacman

    imacman Guest

    Unless a famous stove shop owner is providing it.....then I can make an exception. ==c
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  2. jtakeman

    jtakeman Minister of Fire

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    Your safe, Were concentrating on OMV stash. We have taken lots and the fool hasn't even notice yet. He just see's the decoys that are sent to keep him and the Mrs. busy. More worried about his shrubs and bushes than his huge stash of fuel!
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    That's what I was thinking. Grabbing my stash is like some punk robbing a 711 if you want a major score hit the federal reserve of pellets OMV Go Big or Go Home!
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    Yep.Busch is a great shoulder Beer...............
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    SmokeyTheBear Minister of Fire

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    Nah, shoulder beer is better than that stuff.
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    Love those less than $20.00 a thirty pack beers. more money to buy pellets with.
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  7. CT Pellet

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    Look....If it comes down to being able to afford good beer or good pellets, you made the right choice! Crappy pellets will be crappy pellets until they are gone, but cheap beer only sucks for the first two or three! _g
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    Northwoodneil Feeling the Heat

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    I guess I fall into the cheap pellets good beer catagory. Thank God for a bottom feeder that can burn junk so I can drink Spotted Cow. And I only drink beer on days ending in Y.
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  10. SmokeyTheBear

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    Yup, but then I've had exactly one selection on their menu, the sausage platter. I need my sausage fix every so often. You never know what kinds the three sausages are going to be.

    Call me a stick in the mud. I like to vary the brew to go with them.
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  12. smoke show

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    ;lol ::P
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  13. smoke show

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    Will, Don't mind these spoiled, expensive beer drinkers. They're either rich or don't drink enough beer. Its all about value. Blue and chrome for the win!

    Imo you did good on both accounts!

    Where the f is Eaton when you need some help?
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    ;lol
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    +1 .. it aint gotta cost a bunch to be good.... somethin to be said for a cold crisp can of PBR! :cool:
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  16. SmokeyTheBear

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    You should note that I rated PBR as better than what was in the back of that pick'em up truck.

    Now for the shocker really good beer doesn't have to be expensive so there :p.
  17. smoke show

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    I believe it cost more per ounce to brew your own than it does to buy a 30 pack of the blue smoothies...
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    I for one will not be drinkin' craft brews...Next thing you know you guys will be knitting sweaters!!

    Nothing like a good game of football and a Sam Adams White Christmas Ale (Is that a hint of Nutmeg or is that cloves I taste??)...Gimme a break fellas take your skirts off and act like men!!
  19. SmokeyTheBear

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    The last Larger packaged kit I purchased was under $20 and made 62/12 ounce bottles. What can I say sometimes one just has to do a light style beer :p .

    Even cheaper when done from scratch.
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    Where have you been, we've been trolling.....

    BURP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
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    True...If your time is worth nothing!!;)
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  22. smoke show

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    Of course your factoring i the start up cost and misc. supplies needed. right?
  23. SmokeyTheBear

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    Nope, but then I'm not watering it down either.

    What's $102 divided by 18 that's the startup cost addition to the above for me per batch. Since I'm talking kits now. This will decrease as the number of batches brewed goes up, incidental cost that will be added is about $1.00 per 10 batches for sanitizer.
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    Well I never counted that for any other hobby nor do I count it for making all of the stuff that is sitting in those jars in the pantry, the garage, or the supply of vegetables in the fridge, still in the garden or in the garage.

    But you have to realize, I get fresh eggs, homemade bread, wild berry jams, etc ... for breakfast. All as the result of hobbies.

    It is sort of like being on here, it keeps me out of trouble.
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    I guess I need to get some more hobbies!! LOL

    My hobby list is as follows:
    Drink Beer
    Argue about sports
    Drink Beer

    Would like some of that homemade bread, I will have to let the wifey know that will be one of her new hobbies!

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