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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by midfielder, Dec 27, 2012.
I have had Busch Light. Not bad. Kinda like Natty Light. You need to get out more.
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Yes, that is the way it works, isn't it.
Just had a thought you know how pellets get re bagged do you think that beer gets re canned ? and we may be in fact drinking the same thing?
Farther and farther off topic, bad bad moderator, but for sure it is a given with what the company that bought Anhauser Busch is doing to all of the beers. Including Bud. They are cheaping out on the ingredients in all of the AB beers.
1986 old. lulz.
"Hamms, the beer refreshing..."
"from the land of sky blue waters.
You do a fine job, some how it just turned into another beer thread I'm not sure how that happens maybe it''s the avatar my bad. To the OP sorry I hijacked your thread.
I've had a few of these
Well... the thread topic was totally silly anyway so who cares where it goes?
If it's gonna be beer, here's a recipe to try: Take a bottle of Founder's Dirty Bastard (careful, that's 8% abv ) and one of Smuttynose IPA. Pour half the Bastard in a glass and add half of the Smutty. Enjoy. Pour the rest of the Smutty into the Bastard, cork and save for later.
Cork and save for later? Nah, Just use a bigger glass!
2 bottles that's just a snack
I'll have to look for these when I'm in VT next month.
Haha, agreed. 'Course, when I said "later", I was thinking like when the first one was gone...
Bad bad bad. Poor that AB rice stuff down the flush and get a good beer, say Narragansett ............... Bear heading for the bunker ........... >
The cat hates me, but LOVES the stove. if I really cared I would wear a stove costume... NOT
Here are a couple of pictures of our Labbie hating the pellet stove:
Click on the pics to embiggen!
P.S. We also ferment our beer in here... *great* for fermenting...
^^^^^^^^^^ I want that life. ^^^^^^^^^^
We just got a fiberglass hearth rug, and kitty's not liking it that much.
mine doesn't bother with what's in front of the stove pad. She lays on the pad, right up against the stove. When she gets too hot, she goes out on the unheated porch to cool off, then right back to the stove.
It doesn't get much better.