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Why are you NOT a pro brewer?


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cbfobes 2334:26
Originally posted by CanIHave4Beers
Originally posted by Emilywang
you are right, the family is more important than just do the business, also at the same time, a healthy body, and good relationship with wife and kids, a good friendship with friend are also very important for life


More important than a nice bottling line?


I know of a guy that can hook you up with some sweet machinery to fill bottles up if you want.
3/30/2012 9:33:56 PM

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drowland 6134:172
Originally posted by cbfobes
Originally posted by CanIHave4Beers
Originally posted by Emilywang
you are right, the family is more important than just do the business, also at the same time, a healthy body, and good relationship with wife and kids, a good friendship with friend are also very important for life


More important than a nice bottling line?


I know of a guy that can hook you up with some sweet machinery to fill bottles up if you want.


Guy? Itís a hot asian chick!
3/31/2012 6:18:01 PM

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lithy 2996:156
Originally posted by drowland
Originally posted by cbfobes
Originally posted by CanIHave4Beers
Originally posted by Emilywang
you are right, the family is more important than just do the business, also at the same time, a healthy body, and good relationship with wife and kids, a good friendship with friend are also very important for life


More important than a nice bottling line?


I know of a guy that can hook you up with some sweet machinery to fill bottles up if you want.


Guy? Itís a hot asian chick!


What? Do you think this is a video game forum or something?
3/31/2012 6:19:12 PM

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drowland 6134:172
Originally posted by lithy
Originally posted by drowland
Originally posted by cbfobes
Originally posted by CanIHave4Beers
Originally posted by Emilywang
you are right, the family is more important than just do the business, also at the same time, a healthy body, and good relationship with wife and kids, a good friendship with friend are also very important for life


More important than a nice bottling line?


I know of a guy that can hook you up with some sweet machinery to fill bottles up if you want.


Guy? Itís a hot asian chick!


What? Do you think this is a video game forum or something?


Donít even act like you know how many coins it takes to get to the white mushroom house.
3/31/2012 6:38:16 PM

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bitbucket 2159:63
Why? Because I donít want to spoil my hobby. To quote one of the pro brewers I know, "People think Iím living the dream, but Iím really living the nightmare."
3/31/2012 7:24:56 PM

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Fatboygotswag
Same reason I am not a Pro Bass fisherman.
3/31/2012 7:30:29 PM

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drowland 6134:172
Originally posted by Fatboygotswag
Same reason I am not a Pro Bass fisherman.


Which is?
4/11/2012 2:57:50 PM

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ryan 3186:13
Originally posted by erway
There is no room in the current climate for either amateurs nor sub-par beer. There is plenty of room for good beer and experienced business people. There is absolutely NO room for amateurs. The 90s and itís climate are long gone.


I agree with the rest of what you said, but this is ridiculous. Do you no longer drink beer from other breweries? Because thereís an enormous amount of amateurist and just plain shitty beer currently being sold. Theyíve just figured out that while making shitty amber/brown/pale ales will cause your brewery to fail, brewing shitty barrel aged imperial stouts and nail polish remover "American sours" = profit.

4/11/2012 7:11:10 PM

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Guyute_Pig 102:45
Originally posted by ryan
Originally posted by erway
There is no room in the current climate for either amateurs nor sub-par beer. There is plenty of room for good beer and experienced business people. There is absolutely NO room for amateurs. The 90s and itís climate are long gone.


I agree with the rest of what you said, but this is ridiculous. Do you no longer drink beer from other breweries? Because thereís an enormous amount of amateurist and just plain shitty beer currently being sold. Theyíve just figured out that while making shitty amber/brown/pale ales will cause your brewery to fail, brewing shitty barrel aged imperial stouts and nail polish remover "American sours" = profit.



As a casual observer on the sidewalk, I find most of your comments ridiculous. Carry on...
4/11/2012 7:19:08 PM

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drowland 6134:172
Originally posted by ryan
Originally posted by erway
There is no room in the current climate for either amateurs nor sub-par beer. There is plenty of room for good beer and experienced business people. There is absolutely NO room for amateurs. The 90s and itís climate are long gone.


I agree with the rest of what you said, but this is ridiculous. Do you no longer drink beer from other breweries? Because thereís an enormous amount of amateurist and just plain shitty beer currently being sold. Theyíve just figured out that while making shitty amber/brown/pale ales will cause your brewery to fail, brewing shitty barrel aged imperial stouts and nail polish remover "American sours" = profit.




If I ever opened a brewery, I would only sell barrel-aged sour imperial stouts.
4/11/2012 7:21:59 PM

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