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I've done this many times and you absolutely nailed it! And you are right about the beer fridge. Like you I wrap and store the blocks for about a week (I use parchment paper) then vacuum seal each block for longer term storage. I just opened a package that is over a year old and it was fantastic.Well done on your ible!
Nice work. I now have a purpose for all my small leather scraps.
Water Valve Light Switch for a Pipe Lamp
These look great and couldn't get much simpler could it?
Super Cheesy Deep Fried Bacon Mac & Cheese
Antique Brass Blow Torch Accent Lamp
I can see why you won! I like that you stayed true to the original spirit of "Instructables". You perfectly described how you did everything in a manner that would allow someone else to duplicate what you've accomplished. No extraordinary tools, skills or equipment required, clear and very entertaining instruction. Plenty of pictures and good use of the picture notes. And beer.Watch for my "I made it post" in the near future.
Just one, how many beer will I need to cook a pig....hahahaha, Just kidding, I know I'll need at least 10.
Exactly the same. A tremolo bar is a mechanical distortion devise.
Well done! Makes me want to take up smoking again (not going to happen). Still going to make one
Mr. Pennyworth's Grover-Trophy Flutophone Steampunk Pistol
I love making this. I use Chef John's version from Food Wishes but like you I use bacon instead of caul fat.
Just finished the mask, this is going to be the best Halloween ever! Thanks for the inspiration!
Not as good as yours but I'm happy with my first try! Thanks again for the great tutorials!
Super fun and easy to make. My kids love them.....so do I.
Worked perfectly for a total cost of $4.83 Canadian.
thanks for the help
Thanks for the ible, I really enjoyed reading this.
Wow, fantastic work! Great instructable. Got my vote.
Gosh, it's been a while since I built that one and have long since sold it. Thank you BTW for the compliment. As far as I can remember I just eye-balled the dimensions. But if you go to the Gretsch web site I bet you could get the dimensions.
That looks fantastic! Glad I could give you the push you needed. I love the look.
The last pic is the willow leaf walnut blade I made. it has a leather wrapped grip now.
Building a Keg Still (Bokakob Design, Reflux Still)
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