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  • ThymThym
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    Welders are great. I sure hope the tire fired brewery comes to life.
    The only thing between me and a train wreck is blind luck..... - Kenny
  • jlwjlw
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    Lakewood said:

    Welders are great. I sure hope the tire fired brewery comes to life.



    Yes. The world awaits.
  • JerryJerry
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    Okay so it's been some time, but i've found that my work uses a malt syrup by the pallet and I can get it at cost. So once my hops plants put out (I forget what is what so it'll be a fun blend) I'll have the makings for a really cheap brew. Might do a small partial mash, but not having to make a mash tun will save a lot of water movement.
    All I need now is one burner and stand. I'll pick up some cinder blocks next time I"m at the home depot. I'm still not sure if I should use wood, propane, wood pellets, used motor/cooking oil, or gasoline.
    "Again?"
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  • ceanntceannt
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    Just fire it with dried cow dung
    In wine there is wisdom.
    In beer there is freedom.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    Way better than used motor oil
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    In beer there is freedom.
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  • C_BC_B
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    Okay so it's been some time, but i've found that my work uses a malt syrup by the pallet and I can get it at cost. So once my hops plants put out (I forget what is what so it'll be a fun blend) I'll have the makings for a really cheap brew. Might do a small partial mash, but not having to make a mash tun will save a lot of water movement.
    All I need now is one burner and stand. I'll pick up some cinder blocks next time I"m at the home depot. I'm still not sure if I should use wood, propane, wood pellets, used motor/cooking oil, or gasoline.


    I would think propane would be the easiest choice. But being redneck... wood pallets or used motor oil would be the responsible choice.
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  • JerryJerry
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    ceannt said:

    Just fire it with dried cow dung


    Indian stile, I like that. I don't know about curry in the beer... or it not being alcoholic...
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  • ceanntceannt
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    ceannt said:

    Just fire it with dried cow dung


    Indian stile, I like that. I don't know about curry in the beer... or it not being alcoholic...


    yeah.... skip the curry....
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    In beer there is freedom.
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  • jlwjlw
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    I would go with the wood pallets and soak in the used motor oil. Especially if you have easy access to both and I think you would for the pallets.
  • JerryJerry
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    jlw said:

    I would go with the wood pallets and soak in the used motor oil. Especially if you have easy access to both and I think you would for the pallets.


    Good call, a rocking stove big enough to burn a pallet cut in thirds would be a great thing to have for many things....
    "Again?"
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  • jlwjlw
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    jlw said:

    I would go with the wood pallets and soak in the used motor oil. Especially if you have easy access to both and I think you would for the pallets.


    Good call, a rocking stove big enough to burn a pallet cut in thirds would be a great thing to have for many things....

    Multi-purpose!
  • JerryJerry
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    jlw said:

    jlw said:

    I would go with the wood pallets and soak in the used motor oil. Especially if you have easy access to both and I think you would for the pallets.


    Good call, a rocking stove big enough to burn a pallet cut in thirds would be a great thing to have for many things....

    Multi-purpose!


    I don't know the other purposes yet, but come the zombie take over of 2018 it'll be more clear.
    "Again?"
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  • ThymThym
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    jlw said:

    jlw said:

    I would go with the wood pallets and soak in the used motor oil. Especially if you have easy access to both and I think you would for the pallets.


    Good call, a rocking stove big enough to burn a pallet cut in thirds would be a great thing to have for many things....

    Multi-purpose!


    I don't know the other purposes yet, but come the zombie take over of 2018 it'll be more clear.


    yes. this.
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  • ceanntceannt
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    poached zombies?
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    In beer there is freedom.
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  • scoobscoob
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    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D
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  • ceanntceannt
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    scoob said:

    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D


    I think they are a little gamey unless you blanch them first
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    In beer there is freedom.
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  • JerryJerry
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    ceannt said:

    scoob said:

    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D


    I think they are a little gamey unless you blanch them first


    It really depends how long they've been dead and how long they've been undead. But I much rather eat brains.... oh crap... are zombies ever self aware of their condition?
    "Again?"
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  • jlwjlw
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    ceannt said:

    scoob said:

    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D


    I think they are a little gamey unless you blanch them first


    It really depends how long they've been dead and how long they've been undead. But I much rather eat brains.... oh crap... are zombies ever self aware of their condition?


    I don't think so. In fact I read somewhere that Hannibal lecter, capture them, tie them down, crack the skull open and scoop brains and sautéed with a nice butter sauce.
  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    jlw said:

    ceannt said:

    scoob said:

    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D


    I think they are a little gamey unless you blanch them first


    It really depends how long they've been dead and how long they've been undead. But I much rather eat brains.... oh crap... are zombies ever self aware of their condition?


    I don't think so. In fact I read somewhere that Hannibal lecter, capture them, tie them down, crack the skull open and scoop brains and sautéed with a nice butter sauce.


    gross. butter sauce is way to fattening. i'd go for a drizzle of olive oil and some fresh garden herbs.
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  • JerryJerry
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    jlw said:

    ceannt said:

    scoob said:

    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D


    I think they are a little gamey unless you blanch them first


    It really depends how long they've been dead and how long they've been undead. But I much rather eat brains.... oh crap... are zombies ever self aware of their condition?


    I don't think so. In fact I read somewhere that Hannibal lecter, capture them, tie them down, crack the skull open and scoop brains and sautéed with a nice butter sauce.


    gross. butter sauce is way to fattening. i'd go for a drizzle of olive oil and some fresh garden herbs.


    With a little dill and a splash of lemon juice or white wine.
    "Again?"
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    jlw said:

    ceannt said:

    scoob said:

    ceannt said:

    poached zombies?



    I prefer my zombies hickory smoked :D


    I think they are a little gamey unless you blanch them first


    It really depends how long they've been dead and how long they've been undead. But I much rather eat brains.... oh crap... are zombies ever self aware of their condition?


    I don't think so. In fact I read somewhere that Hannibal lecter, capture them, tie them down, crack the skull open and scoop brains and sautéed with a nice butter sauce.


    gross. butter sauce is way to fattening. i'd go for a drizzle of olive oil and some fresh garden herbs.


    With a little dill and a splash of lemon juice or white wine.


    mmmmmmm, braaaaiiinzzzz
    "Oh, you were serious? I was drunk."-C_B
  • ceanntceannt
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    But they are so good on pizza .....
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    In beer there is freedom.
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  • JerryJerry
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    pizza is good
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  • JerryJerry
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    Red brick, cinder blocks; I was planning on lining the burner with something more fire proof, but does it matter? How hot can red brick get? And if over heated what happens? melt down or crumbly?
    The insulation factor of something like cat litter mixed with saw dust would be nice for a better burn....
    "Again?"
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  • FuzzyFuzzy
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    How hot can red brick get? And if over heated what happens? melt down or crumbly?



    not that hot. it cracks and chips.
    "Oh, you were serious? I was drunk."-C_B