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  1. Dude you leaving this industry is one of the saddest reality checks I've had recently. I love ya bro! I hope they treat you well over there but if not you know I'd love to hire you at the fermentation project!

  2. Love ya brother. See ya next month for Napalm Death and Brujeria.

  3. Best of luck in the new job... sounds like you getting out and still have good feelings towards the brewing industry.

  4. Oh yes. Brewing is my passion. I’m incredibly blessed to work for an owner whom I consider a true friend and who cares. The other brewer who is my boss is hands down the greatest person I’ve ever worked with, doing things such as donating his sick time to me when I’ve been out of work (as head brewer he had sick pay and as a shift brewer I did not). Just a truly compassionate and easy to come to boss. I’ll miss it for sure, but they’ll never be able to provide me with the opportunity that is laid out before me now.

  5. Grind it down on the sidewalk to a new point. Good as new!

  6. Might not be an answer in your situation, but I find that 9 times out of 10 if I’ve got foaming CIP, it’s because I didn’t rinse the tank well enough beforehand.

  7. I host bar trivia a couple nights a week. Trivia pays pretty well. I also do a podcast as well as stand up comedy, neither of which really pay the bills, but it helps to have that great radio voice and confidence of speaking with rooms full of strangers while hosting a fun and energetic trivia show.

  8. I can’t imagine having to work like that. I think I’ve got it bad because our floors aren’t sloped, so our floor trench is basically the high point of the floor. I squeegee all day long to not get pools on the floor... but no floor drains? I’d find a different brewery.

  9. Where would you purchase a neon green and black gameboy? That’s the coolest one I’ve ever seen!

  10. Operator fatigue is a real thing. And happens in tons of fields. Going on autopilot doing the same work for years leads to stupid reactions like this.

  11. Ted Bundy said something to this once, “one day you just forget where the tire iron is”.

  12. Could be a case of the Vader-Hasselhoff phenomenon.

  13. The ultimate cinematic universe. Bay watch set on Tatooine.

  14. I believe my friend isn’t saying that it was a super bowl halftime performance, but rather that the video aired same day/time as the super bowl.

  15. Actually, you've got it backwards. You see, the power bottom is actually generating the power by doing most of the work.

  16. The hell you say. Mayhem had the BEST commentary in any wrestling game ever, a stacked roster, and had an actual RING. Mayhem on ps1 is a ton better than this, Warzone, both ECW games, etc.

  17. I actually go against most peoples process and add to the fermenter to make sure beer goes to brite as brilliant as possible and to make sure packaging yield is higher (I know I’m still loosing it to the cone in the fermenter, but it makes me feel better to get every drop out of the brite clean).

  18. Same here, if I have the luxury of time I tend to fine in the fermenter through the dry hop port and just roust with co2 through the bottom for 15 minutes about 2 or 3 days prior to transferring. Clear as a bell and I don’t need to open my brite tanks, which is nice if I’m closed cleaning said tanks.

  19. I use biofine or nalco in our tanks and then serve the beer off those tanks for the duration of the beer being served (serving line running from the tank directly to the bar taps) biofine is perfectly fine to keep in a tank. If you were to keg it off, the biofine still exists in your beer inside those kegs. Being in one big tank or 50 separate kegs makes no difference, it’s all incorporated in to the beer the same. Just dump off the bottom until clear after that 24-48 hour period of time.

  20. Do a closed clean, under pressure. Co2 neutralizes sodium hydroxide so use an acid. Do your CIP and dispose of the chemicals/water when done. No floor drain sounds like a deal breaker nightmare.

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