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Old 04-28-2010, 05:04 PM
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I smoked a couple of chickens yesterday, doing ribs tonight.
Now if only I had some homebrew skills.
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Old 04-28-2010, 05:06 PM
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Old 04-28-2010, 05:58 PM
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I smoked a couple of chickens yesterday, doing ribs tonight.
Now if only I had some homebrew skills.
Try the Foam Blowers of Indiana (www.foamblowers.com) or Anita at Great Fermentions will set you up. Her store's on 65th between Binford and Allisonville.
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Old 04-28-2010, 06:13 PM
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LOL, let me rephrase that: Now if only I had the time, space, and money to work on homebrew skills.

So...how much space does a fellow need?
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Old 04-28-2010, 06:44 PM
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LOL, let me rephrase that: Now if only I had the time, space, and money to work on homebrew skills.

So...how much space does a fellow need?
About the same as your smoker and normal beer storage. If you do it in your garage or out in the yard or driveway and put everything in a contained space, I've seen photos of a small porch with a tarp over a stack of equipment 2x2x5'. But that's the All Grain way. You can start with a couple buckets, a 4 or 5 gallon stock pot, a funnel and a big spoon. There's little things, but those are the big parts.
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Old 04-28-2010, 07:00 PM
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Old 05-07-2010, 03:51 AM
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Opps... Didn't see that this thread took off--I read it tomorrow.

Looks like I'm relocating to one of the Meccas of American Grilling/BBQ soon... (And the Home of Army medics)
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Old 05-07-2010, 02:30 PM
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Opps... Didn't see that this thread took off--I read it tomorrow.

Looks like I'm relocating to one of the Meccas of American Grilling/BBQ soon... (And the Home of Army medics)
Your coming to NC then? Home of BBQ! Nice. Lucky break for you. Get's you out of DC. YAY.

I got a pack of 3 baby backs a few days ago at BJs. I'll be firing up the pit this weekend. Mmmmm. Also have a shoulder in there I gotta do something with. Likely freeze it till another weekend.
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Dang I want a grill of some kind. We're living in an apartment, and even though we're on the ground floor with a cement patio there are apparently local bylaws that prohibit us from grilling closer than 20' from the building, and the landlords made it a straight "no grilling" rule.

Of course, probably a third of the apartments still have grills out, and I see them being used all the time with no problem.

I'm thinking I might build my own grill our of a large terra cotta planter so it's less conspicuous when not in use.
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Old 05-07-2010, 03:21 PM
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Dang I want a grill of some kind. We're living in an apartment, and even though we're on the ground floor with a cement patio there are apparently local bylaws that prohibit us from grilling closer than 20' from the building, and the landlords made it a straight "no grilling" rule.

Of course, probably a third of the apartments still have grills out, and I see them being used all the time with no problem.

I'm thinking I might build my own grill our of a large terra cotta planter so it's less conspicuous when not in use.
When I moved to NC I had a propane grill and a little charcoal grill. We had the same rule. I just wheeled it out...usually only 10 feet or so and grilled away. F them. LOL. It was also an apartment on the first floor. I'd say just do it. Are they going to give you the boot? They would have to find another tenant and so on. Not likely. You'll at worst get a warning. Plus if everyone is doing it, then it makes it okay. Right?
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