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beer promotes bacterial growth like wildfire.
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Based on homebrew experience, once the yeast achieve a certain level of alcohol produced in your brew then it is above the tolerable threshold for bacterial growth.
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May be pretty cool, if you do it all crudy it will look cheap and really make your system look bad so spend the time to do it right if you do it. I have seen people use Jim Beam and Jack Daniels bottles for res's.
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Based on homebrew experience, once the yeast achieve a certain level of alcohol produced in your brew then it is above the tolerable threshold for bacterial growth.
thats home brew not store bought ive had all kinds of weird things grow inside half full beer cans in a matter of weeks. i myself have never done home beer brewing
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thats home brew not store bought ive had all kinds of weird things grow inside half full beer cans in a matter of weeks. i myself have never done home beer brewing
That's mold, which differs from bacteria.

Usually in the brewing process you'll leave your vat of beer sitting in a container for a month or two.
Store sold beers use exactly the same process..
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Based on homebrew experience, once the yeast achieve a certain level of alcohol produced in your brew then it is above the tolerable threshold for bacterial growth.
Yes and no. You see achole likes to dry up quickly. And when it does evaporate all your left with is food for bacteria and what not.

Its ok aslong as you can keep the good stuff in
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Yes and no. You see achole likes to dry up quickly. And when it does evaporate all your left with is food for bacteria and what not.

Its ok aslong as you can keep the good stuff in

achole? Seriously?

And no, it does not evaporate within the brewing process.
Feel free to keep posting things of which you have not studied and can only merely speculate upon based on irrelevant facts regarding separate, equally irrelevant topics.
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dude has "beers" as his name and what appears to be a beer label as his avatar - I wouldn't argue beer with him.
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achole? Seriously?

And no, it does not evaporate within the brewing process.
Feel free to keep posting things of which you have not studied and can only merely speculate upon based on irrelevant facts regarding separate, equally irrelevant topics.
Oh my god, your sig is so pretty.
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as far as beer goes i dont think there is enough alcohol in it to really kill 100% of bacteria and it may or may not grow. ive seen things grow in the cans and assume its bacteria and even if it is just mold. mold needs bacteria to form so there has to be some small amount of bacteria in there. weather the level is enough to cause damage inside a loop is beyond me as im no scientist and dont study bacteria. i only know what i was taught in school.

alcohol does evaporate but not when it is mixed with something. take a few cans of beer and let them sit over night in your fridge and then drink them you still will get a buzz maybe not as good as a fresh 6 pack or so gives you (depending on your tolerance) but you still get a buzz which means the alcohol is still there.the same applies to hard liquor mixed with another liquid. some will evaporate but not all of it.

as for using it as a coolant i personally wouldn't... i would think that with the amount of heat and possibility of bacteria it would be a perfect scenario for nasty things to happen. not to mention the ungodly smell of old warm beer.
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