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It came! It came!

Postby Kyle_T » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:39

Today has been like Christmas and birthdays rolled into one, many thanks to Niels for the excellent service, it is finally here!

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Yaaaay! :party: :party: :party:

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Beer Brewed (2016): 90.0 Gallons
Beer Brewed (2017): 20.0 Gallons
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby cyclops » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:43

Bloody hell kyle, this means you will have to brew more.

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby GrowlingDog » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:43

Join the club Kyle. :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap:

I wonder who will be the next victim :whistle: :whistle:
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Aleman » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:46

No idea, I'm just waiting for a parcel to be collected from the store I bought it from . . . Why send out tracking information before the parcel is collected :cry:

Yours looks good though Kyle . . . Still not convinced by this One Vessel BIAB process though :twisted:

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby GrowlingDog » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:49

The tracking is a bit strange, my International tracking on my Brewbucket told me up until today that it was waiting to be collected, but Yodel sent me an email yesterday saying they were delivering it today, and they did.
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Kyle_T » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:50

Same here Steve, said it was signed for and delivered yesterday by this time and arrived today...

Next Brew: AG#63.

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Beer Brewed (2016): 90.0 Gallons
Beer Brewed (2017): 20.0 Gallons
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby mickthetrick » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:53

tis a thing of beauty.
having used one a couple times at my mates i was very impressed and definitely want one. take me an age to have the funds though! :(
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Will12283 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 12:59

Can everyone stop putting stuff like this up its kill me!!.
I would love something like this but unless I start crowd funding on here it's not happening yet.

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby GrahamT » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:15

Aleman wrote:No idea, I'm just waiting for a parcel to be collected from the store I bought it from . . . Why send out tracking information before the parcel is collected :cry:

Yours looks good though Kyle . . . Still not convinced by this One Vessel BIAB process though :twisted:


I was calling it 'Full Metal BIAB' :D

Lovely stuff Kyle. Enjoy.

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Joe1002 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:23

GrowlingDog wrote:I wonder who will be the next victim :whistle: :whistle:

:whistle: :whistle: Already decided I'm going to get one, just debating with myself whether to use it as a weight loss incentive i.e. loose x amount before buying. Think we all know what will happen.

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Kyle_T » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:27

Or just buy it and tell yourself you'll loose weight afterwards?

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby GrowlingDog » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:35

Joe1002 wrote:Already decided I'm going to get one, just debating with myself whether to use it as a weight loss incentive i.e. loose x amount before buying.


The Braumeister allows you to lose weight easily.

Due to the design and automation of the Braumeister, after you have put the grains in and switched it on you don't have anything to do for about 90 minutes. That 90 minutes is exercise time, so you can go for a run or a bike ride.

The Braumeister will therefore help you lose weight. :thumb:
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Joe1002 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:36

Exactly, and the Mrs want's a dog which I am currently refusing. In her own words "I will do anything". Time to put that to the test :lol: :lol:

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby sh3pp13 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:37

yay it looks fantastic kyle :thumb: very shiney indeed 8-)

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Joe1002 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:39

GrowlingDog wrote:
Joe1002 wrote:Already decided I'm going to get one, just debating with myself whether to use it as a weight loss incentive i.e. loose x amount before buying.


The Braumeister allows you to lose weight easily.

Due to the design and automation of the Braumeister, after you have put the grains in and switched it on you don't have anything to do for about 90 minutes. That 90 minutes is exercise time, so you can go for a run or a bike ride.

The Braumeister will therefore help you lose weight. :thumb:

Compelling argument although I would probably mash overnight (as it will easily hold the temp) and boil in the morning. So as far as the Mrs & kids are concerned it makes a very short brew day.

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Kyle_T » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:40

Just tell her I've got one and you want one...I'm sure that'll work :D

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Aleman » Mon Jun 22, 2015 13:56

Joe1002 wrote:
GrowlingDog wrote:I wonder who will be the next victim :whistle: :whistle:

:whistle: :whistle: Already decided I'm going to get one

Joe . . . It's not you! :twisted:

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby cyclops » Mon Jun 22, 2015 14:00

No brew yet Kyle?

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Joe1002 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 14:07

Aleman wrote:
Joe1002 wrote:
GrowlingDog wrote:I wonder who will be the next victim :whistle: :whistle:

:whistle: :whistle: Already decided I'm going to get one

Joe . . . It's not you! :twisted:

Fair point :lol: Weighing up the pro's & con's of Brew UK vs Neils :whistle:

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Goulders » Mon Jun 22, 2015 14:18

Takes the "craft" out of brewing :whistle:
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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Kyle_T » Mon Jun 22, 2015 14:18

cyclops wrote:No brew yet Kyle?


Not yet, got some bits to do today and no yeast ready :(

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Joe1002 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 14:19

Might take a trip over tonight if you are around?

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Aleman » Mon Jun 22, 2015 14:20

GrowlingDog wrote:I wonder who will be the next victim :whistle: :whistle:

Joe1002 wrote: :whistle: :whistle: Already decided I'm going to get one

Aleman wrote:Joe . . . It's not you! :twisted:

Joe1002 wrote:Fair point :lol: Weighing up the pro's & con's of Brew UK vs Neils :whistle:

Hmmm . . . That took a certain someone 8 weeks . . . and don't forget the 20L/50L argument :twisted:

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby Joe1002 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 16:07

The 20L/50L argument is an easy one. The 20L is easier to move for cleaning, I do not have to upgrade my plug sockets and smaller volumes means I get to brew more & have more variety (and it is the volume I brew now, which I am happy with).

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Re: It came! It came!

Postby GrowlingDog » Mon Jun 22, 2015 16:14

Joe1002 wrote:The 20L/50L argument is an easy one. The 20L is easier to move for cleaning, I do not have to upgrade my plug sockets and smaller volumes means I get to brew more & have more variety


They were my thoughts, don't need such a big starter either.

I think the 50L one would be a bit bulky to be moving around for cleaning.
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