Conductor's secret stash of homebrew found.!!

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Conductor's secret stash of homebrew found.!!

Postby lliam » Wed Oct 29, 2003 3:07 pm

. Hey BBB's, have you seen this, a man after me own heart. :)
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Re: Conductor's secret stash of homebrew found.!!

Postby redlover1 » Mon Nov 03, 2003 5:44 pm

Is it drinkable??????


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Re: Conductor's secret stash of homebrew found.!!

Postby Jeff Dutton » Mon Nov 03, 2003 5:54 pm

:confused: Confusing description.

"Brew", "Homebrew" and "Brewmeister" usually relate to beer.
The flavors (Cherry and Grape) sound like wines.
"Moonshine" generally refers to distilled alcohol.
The three are pretty much mutually exclusive.

Which do you suppose he really did?
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Re: Conductor's secret stash of homebrew found.!!

Postby piqaboo » Mon Nov 03, 2003 6:45 pm

dishtilled it from fermented fruit would be my guessh. :p :p :p
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Re: Conductor's secret stash of homebrew found.!!

Postby Selma in Sandy Eggo » Tue Nov 04, 2003 1:23 am

I'm guessing that it's either a flavored homebrewed beer or a wine. The distillation process is not typically something one would want in the basement, (smelly and a potential firebomb) and I'm thinking a regular house in Baltimore might be a tad urban for the process.

A small brandy still might be do-able in the back yard but I'd store the product in something smaller than a jug.

If it's a distilled liquor it's probably as drinkable as it was when it was bottled. If it's either beer or a wine, if the alcohol content is high enough, it's probably technically drinkable but I'd smell it real careful first. Might be vinegar or something nastier.
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