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Chauvan

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Howdy! This looks like this is going to be the most useful forum in the world! ;D
 

Rygar

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And I get to be Number two!

"Who..does..number two..work for?!!!!!!" hehe

This is quickly going to become the first board I check everyday! :D
 
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Welcome, both of you! Thanks for checking out the forum, and please don't hesitate to let me know how I can improve the forum and the site for you!

Vicky Rowe
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Severian

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Since this seems to be a decent place to post things like this:

Hello, I've been making mead for about 3 years.

Have only had one batch not drinkable (read Kerosene) in the first 3 months of aging. After over 2 years in bottles I am afraid to open one. Maybe wait till 5 years as that is the only way a mead of mine will survive that long...

My longest drinkable mead to date is a year of aging. Either I am lucky and make great mead or my friends are alcoholics (ok, both could be true)

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ps- yes I really wonder how good it'd taste at 3 or 5 years and will keep wondering... note to self: increase production.
 
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Vicky Rowe

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Hi!

I had one that was gasoline for nearly a year after it finished fermenting. I tasted it one day, about a year later, and it was ambrosia.

Give it a try. Open a bottle and sample, you might be suprised!

Vicky
 

Norskersword

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Hi Vicky, I just wanted to take this opportunity to tell you I love you're site! I'm a man of few interests but thanks to you I have a new hobby! ;)
 
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