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Creeps McLane
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1326 Garland Street, Green Bay, WI, 54301, United States

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4 minutes ago, HoppySmile! said:

I'm curious? whats in the glass?

You know... Im not too sure. Im gonna go with a belgian blanc. Seems to dark for that but thats all i can think of. Sand table was the best investment ever. Go play with sand, daddy will be right here with these sodas... 

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I know the feeling, i'll post a pic and sumtimes have no idea what kind of beer it was, bcuz sum of my brews look the same

 

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I got an old h.s. buddy that owns a Mexican restaurant in new mexico, and he started all grain brewing at his home about 8 yrs ago to see if it's a good addition to his business and became a sensation! and of course, since he's got more money, and into the food service business , i'm sure his brewing set up is amazing. there's one photo where In the background there are about a dozen beer taps coming out of the wall. I need to go visit him and pick his brain while sampling too!

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I tell him I occasionally get hangovers from my beer, my buddy says he never has hangovers from his beer bcuz he uses minerals. is that minerals added to the wort or the water? just curious, bcuz he wouldn't answer that question

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Well if youre doing AG, then the water youre using is much much more important than with extract. I would think hes talking about his water, not beer

 

now, from what ive learned about new mexico from breaking bad may have something to do with it too. Is his beer blue?

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