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Like the BBB, the homeBBBrew board is not a club, just a place to talk about making beer. Is there a swap you would like to see happen? If we can find a few others who have something similar then lets do it!

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Al B
09/17/07 01:20 PM  
Re: Time to think about a historical beer swap
First off, I'd git KILLED if I try that in Jersey.

Secondly, I don't do well w/ any moving parts underneath me; wheels, skates, blades, skis.......forcast calls for pain if I did.

Al B
09/17/07 01:25 PM  
Re: Time to think about a historical beer swap
Is that the one where you lie down flat like a luge and fly down on pavement without brakes?
N8
09/17/07 02:22 PM  
Re: Time to think about a historical beer swap
Yes and no. Fly down the road with no brakes, but I wasn't laying down.
Ron Pattinson
09/29/07 05:56 PM  
Re: Time to think about a historical beer swap
You may Have noticed my post about Whitbread 1933 recipes. If anyone is interested, I also have a set of Whitbread Ale recipes from 1923.
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