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Krug Geisfeld
Posted by Nick B. (formerly in Erlangen) on 2019-04-22 02:57:28
Cancer can go into remission by itself, and also be falesly diagnosed. Doctors are only human. Dad's career in medical physics taught us that much.

Anyway, not that strange a story considering other things that happened in 2018.

Much nicer location than that other brewery in town. 

Speaking of which, what's the current deal with inliner/tank dispense at the Griess Keller? He switched from barrels to the tank a couple of years ago, IIRC, with a chilled Anhaenger parked outside the Kellerhaus.

I never did figure out the logisitics of what happens when a 1000L tank runs dry, though I think I asked Franz Roppelt about it. I tended to drink too much back then though, and don't remember what he said he does. Does he haul the empty tank to the brewery, replace inliners, fill the new one, and haul the tank back to the Keller?

If so, what happens if this occurs during operating hours? I want to say he told me he tried to time it so that that would not happen, but again, too much Kellerbier fogs my memory. (Or was it my head injury from a year ago on the 23rd fogging this? Probably not.)

Is the same long-hair dude running the Griess Keller? We always liked that couple. Man of few words, woman of good, earthy looks.

(Schoene Gruesse an deine Eltern, uebrigens! LG von der Becki auch.)
         Krug Geisfeld by Mark Andersen on  2019-04-22 11:18:18
         Krug Geisfeld by Mark Andersen on  2019-04-22 11:19:27