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Marion said:
So, you see BellaCrow, you are fine....
omg Marion, you give me something to aspire to! That is seriously awesome! What are those curvey airlock type doohickeys you have going there?

Now I dont feel silling for wanting to take pics of the carboys we have sitting in the spare bathtub.

Bella, brewing in the 'tub.
 

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Bella, I have to run to town right now, but will give you the "low-down" when I return later. Love the brewing in the tub thing...lol
 

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Ok Bella, let's see... The pic showing the numerous carboys, begining in the back row, on the left-side:

Basic Mead
Apple Wine
Concord Wine
Apple Wine
English Nut Brown Ale

Now the front row, beginning on the left:

English Dark Ale
Concord Wine
Dandelion Mead (1/2 Gallon)
Dandelion Mead (2 Gallon)
Dandelion Wine
English Nut Brown Ale

The one setting on the table, near ready to bottle:

Basic Mead

The one in the kitchen and ready for the cellar:

English Ale

The one in the primary bucket:

India Pale Ale (English IPA)

I do alot of ales this time of year, getting ready for the "fun-n-sun" thing. We do the "flip-flops - beaches - coconut oil" activities all summer. Ales are more "hot-sun compatible" for us.
 

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Oh Bella, sorry, I forgot about the "curvey doohickies"...lol Just as you guessed, they are glass air-locks and I think most suppliers have them. I get most of my supplies locally, at the "Countryside Vineyards". I'll see if I can place their link here.

http://www.cvwineryandsupply.com/

If you decide you can't live without some, let me know....
 
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