Amazing still

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aelf

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #15 on: May 29, 2009, 18:49 »
I've decided to stand as an MP and claim all my alcohol on expenses.... surely that can 't be against the rules..?  I mean it's not like I'm claiming for a duck house!

cheers all.... VOTE FOR ME!

if your manifesto says free alcohol for all and anyone with an allotment gets a tax break for growing their own veg, then I'll vote for you  ;)

'VOTE PENFOLD, VOTE PENFOLD'  :D :D
There's more comfrey here than you can shake a stick at!

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #16 on: May 29, 2009, 19:10 »
I've decided to stand as an MP and claim all my alcohol on expenses.... surely that can 't be against the rules..?  I mean it's not like I'm claiming for a duck house!

cheers all.... VOTE FOR ME!

if your manifesto says free alcohol for all and anyone with an allotment gets a tax break for growing their own veg, then I'll vote for you  ;)

'VOTE PENFOLD, VOTE PENFOLD'  :D :D



First manifesto item.... based on loyalty cards.... We will campaign for the Customs & Excise to actually pay you to drink, not only that but the greater the level of consumption the greater the level of payment per unit consumed.

The reasoning is:
1. that this will keep numerous drinks producers producers and hostelries, taxi firms, keebab shops, police and ambulance staff in employment.... caring for those prepared to put in the effort to down that extra pint......

2. if the credit crunch and or, pig/bird flu, meteor impact does get us we really won't be too concerned, as long as we don't spill our drinks of course....

Cheers all

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #17 on: May 29, 2009, 19:32 »
With home made alcohol washes and sprays plus internal dosage the flu germs won`t stand a chance,
For the meteorite you would need to make a rocket powered by.......

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #18 on: June 01, 2009, 20:59 »
Hi, if you stand on a policy of cheaper beer you've got my vote!!

VOTE FOR PENFOLD and the HOMEBREW PARTY.

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #19 on: June 01, 2009, 21:53 »
Hi, if you stand on a policy of cheaper beer you've got my vote!!

VOTE FOR PENFOLD and the HOMEBREW PARTY.

To borrow the wheels off someone else's wagon... how about UKIP (United Kingdom Inebriation Party)?
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aelf

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #20 on: June 01, 2009, 22:12 »
Hi, if you stand on a policy of cheaper beer you've got my vote!!

VOTE FOR PENFOLD and the HOMEBREW PARTY.

To borrow the wheels off someone else's wagon... how about UKIP (United Kingdom Inebriation Party)?
 :D

Too hard to say after a skinfull  :blink: ???



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Jay Dubya

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #21 on: June 01, 2009, 23:17 »
Hi, who said this thread isn't going anywhere, we've started a new political movement, vote homebrew party and Penfold for minister of socialising.

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #22 on: June 01, 2009, 23:25 »
Hi, who said this thread isn't going anywhere, .
It was me. :tongue2:  You've got my vote. :lol:
Cheese makes everything better.

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #23 on: August 06, 2009, 09:35 »
Just to clarify things on distilling. Methanol (bad stuff) is produced at a lower temperature than ethynol (good stuff). That is why you discard the first 100mls of spirit.
  Double and triple distilling is to remove impurities and produce a smoother tasting spirit. It is used for top grade whiskies (Scotch and Irish)and has nothing to do with removing "poisons". I am sorry but we are allowed to own AND operate a still in New Zealand and I have taken advantage of this right for the last 5 years. It is a great hobby and only tonight have upgraded my still to a reflux tower type, (for my wifes gin).
     It seems that the colonies are still freer than the 'mother country':tongue2:
Coatesi
A man that gives up a freedom for the sake of security deserves niether.
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Jay Dubya

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Re: Amazing still
« Reply #24 on: August 11, 2009, 20:18 »
Hi, i'm jealous


 

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