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Old 11-27-2007, 09:38 AM   #1
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beer & BBQ practice frozen few

Did this on Sat 11/24. Started at 3 am friday. Did 2 butts and 2 rack of ribs. My picture taker was enjoying the beer so I did not get picture of the bbq when done. Just the one when I was pulling the pork.













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Old 11-27-2007, 09:57 AM   #2
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I wish you were my neighbor, I would have bought cheap beer for you guys and drank your good beer!
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Old 11-27-2007, 11:17 AM   #3
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Nice selection of beer. And the Q looked good too!
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Beer and Pork make me happy!
Looks like yall had a good ol time!
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great set up, hope it goes well for you
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Not even one Budweiser....TREASON!!

Looks like you had a great time!!
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Old 11-27-2007, 07:46 PM   #7
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It’s a fun day. It is a Saturday after thanksgiving tradition. Started out with 3 guys just drinking and cooking. Usually some kind of beef. Like steak. The wives would go shopping. The girls used to get home about 10 or 11 at night. 3 years ago a friend of mine gave me the smoker and I started bbq’ing Now I got 18 people and the wives are back by 6. It used to be the three of us liked the porters and the stouts. Now we have15 of the 18 drinking the dark stuff. Boy did they eat. I had 16 pounds of butts 2 racks of baby back ribs. 6 pies. Someone brought 120 shrimp to gnaw on before hand, plus other snacks. I only have one pound of pulled pork left and 6 slices of pie. Everything was else was gone. I love sharing the bbq but I got to work on this beer thing.
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I wish you were my neighbor, I would have bought cheap beer for you guys and drank your good beer!
It has been a tradition when I go to the beer store I have to get one bottle of the cheapest beer I can find. The yellow labeled beer on the right is from Russia a lager beer 89cents a bottle. It actually was pretty good for a mild beer.
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Nice job!! Love the ice chest! Ours are kinda rectangle shaped and different colors.
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I wish you were my neighbor, I would have bought cheap beer for you guys and drank your good beer!
It has been a tradition when I go to the beer store I have to get one bottle of the cheapest beer I can find. The yellow labeled beer on the right is from Russia a lager beer 89cents a bottle. It actually was pretty good for a mild beer.
Don't believe Larry, he couldn't handle a real beer! That was a nice looking selection of beer!
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I wish you were my neighbor, I would have bought cheap beer for you guys and drank your good beer!
Larry, you need to give me some of your cheap beer. I'm almost out of my Turkey Day beer. I'm taking donations at this point.
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Looks like WAY too much fun!
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Not even one Budweiser....TREASON!!

Looks like you had a great time!!
I have to agree with GR this time, Why aint the beers in the frig? I don't drink no hot pops

I used to think drinking was bad for me
so I gave up thinking
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Not even one Budweiser....TREASON!!

Looks like you had a great time!!
I have to agree with GR this time, Why aint the beers in the frig? I don't drink no hot pops

I used to think drinking was bad for me
so I gave up thinking [/quote:3a21hz0l]

Up here, come the end of november, we have a big frig..Its called "outside" !
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[quote=john pen][quote="007bond-jb":3avtp4ir]
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Originally Posted by "Greg Rempe":3avtp4ir
Not even one Budweiser....TREASON!!

Looks like you had a great time!!
I have to agree with GR this time, Why aint the beers in the frig? I don't drink no hot pops

I used to think drinking was bad for me
so I gave up thinking [/quote:3avtp4ir]

Up here, come the end of november, we have a big frig..Its called "outside" ![/quote:3avtp4ir]

You got that right. I think the high temp was 35 degrees that day. I had to bring the beers inside to get the correct temp. Some of the people had never drank a warmer beer. So we did a test. Yes that is correct a test with beer. See learning can be fun. Had the beer served at 40 degrees and then had the same beer served at 55 degrees. The ales taste so much better. It just brings out more of the flavors in the beer. The people that doubted me were very surprised at this. If you do the same with a lager style beer it will not taste as good warmer. That’s why a Bud, Miller, Blue all taste better Ice cold. The ales like a porter or stout taste better a little warm.
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[quote=woodman3222][quote=john pen]
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Originally Posted by "Greg Rempe":f8zgsbwr
Not even one Budweiser....TREASON!!

Looks like you had a great time!!
I have to agree with GR this time, Why aint the beers in the frig? I don't drink no hot pops

I used to think drinking was bad for me
so I gave up thinking
Up here, come the end of november, we have a big frig..Its called "outside" ![/quote:f8zgsbwr]

You got that right. I think the high temp was 35 degrees that day. I had to bring the beers inside to get the correct temp. Some of the people had never drank a warmer beer. So we did a test. Yes that is correct a test with beer. See learning can be fun. Had the beer served at 40 degrees and then had the same beer served at 55 degrees. The ales taste so much better. It just brings out more of the flavors in the beer. The people that doubted me were very surprised at this. If you do the same with a lager style beer it will not taste as good warmer. That’s why a Bud, Miller, Blue all taste better Ice cold. The ales like a porter or stout taste better a little warm.[/quote:f8zgsbwr]Can I come next year?
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