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  1. #476
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    Would you eat it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    Pretty sure my wife married me because I always eat it.
    No matter how old & fetid
    Til death do you part

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    Da dum ching. Rim job.
    To each their own...

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    Burger 'that tastes like human flesh' despite being vegan wins top award
    If you've ever hankered after the taste of human flesh, now you can sample it

    WTF. How is this possible?

  4. #479
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    Unopened Sriracha, best by date Dec 2021. The sides of the bottle have sucked IN. What on earth is causing negative pressure in the bottle??? Generally, containers that have deformed on their own are a no-no. Usually one expects them to bulge outward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    Unopened Sriracha, best by date Dec 2021. The sides of the bottle have sucked IN. What on earth is causing negative pressure in the bottle??? Generally, containers that have deformed on their own are a no-no. Usually one expects them to bulge outward.
    AFAIK, Sriracha doesn't go bad...

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    But why has the bottle contracted??? That's some weird shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    But why has the bottle contracted??? That's some weird shit.
    Pressure change due to temp change since bottling.

    Shake it and eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    But why has the bottle contracted??? That's some weird shit.
    Because it's so goddamn delicious it's trying to eat itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyCarter View Post
    Because it's so goddamn delicious it's trying to eat itself.
    I laffed.

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    I say you interpret the sides sucking in as a sign that the bottle retains a perfect seal. Thatís a good thing.

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    Occam’s razor.

    Last time you used it you were stoned and closed the twist seal while crushing the bottle.

    Which is actually a good idea. Less air is less oxidation.

    Eat it and report back after the next bowel movement

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    Unopened Sriracha, best by date Dec 2021. The sides of the bottle have sucked IN. What on earth is causing negative pressure in the bottle??? Generally, containers that have deformed on their own are a no-no. Usually one expects them to bulge outward.
    Yeah just microwave for like 10 min and you're straight

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    Quote Originally Posted by larilinesign View Post
    Yeah just microwave for like 10 min and you're straight

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    Only if you're offering to clean up the microwave. Holy shit balls, that would be a mess.

  14. #489
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    Eat it. If the bottle was swollen I'd hesitate but sunk in means it wasn't any sort of fermentation process. Most likely elevation change.
    "Your wife being mad is temporary, but pow turns do not get unmade" - mallwalker the wise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boissal View Post
    Eat it. If the bottle was swollen I'd hesitate but sunk in means it wasn't any sort of fermentation process. Most likely elevation change.
    Ha. Elevation change. That's rich. I live at 400'. That's hundred. Not thousand. I needed a chuckle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    Ha. Elevation change. That's rich. I live at 400'. That's hundred. Not thousand. I needed a chuckle.
    You're not the sharpest tool in the shed, are you? I have no idea why your bottle is as it is, but elevation change can go both directions. And in this instance, a trip from higher elevation to sea level would do exactly what you describe in your bottle. The air in a bottle closed at high elevation will collapse inward when taken to lower elevation.
    "fuck off you asshat gaper shit for brains fucktard wanker." - Jesus Christ
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    Isnít rooster sauce sriracha made in San Fran?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    You're not the sharpest tool in the shed, are you? I have no idea why your bottle is as it is, but elevation change can go both directions. And in this instance, a trip from higher elevation to sea level would do exactly what you describe in your bottle. The air in a bottle closed at high elevation will collapse inward when taken to lower elevation.
    And you also have to remember that you can only see it because itís in plastic. There are pressure changes going on all the time but it doesnít show in a glass container.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruvian View Post
    Isnít rooster sauce sriracha made in San Fran?
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    You're not the sharpest tool in the shed, are you? I have no idea why your bottle is as it is, but elevation change can go both directions. And in this instance, a trip from higher elevation to sea level would do exactly what you describe in your bottle. The air in a bottle closed at high elevation will collapse inward when taken to lower elevation.
    Makes for some unexpected excitement when the bag of chips explodes in the back of the vehicle on the trip over Berthoud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser4 View Post
    This.
    Itís made in SoCal, not NorCal, but definitely not high elevation.

  22. #497
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    So. Of course I'm going to eat it. There's no Sriracha available in the stores here.

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    Ok, so I inherited a kegerator from a buddy Friday night, he hadn’t used it for 4 years. All good there. Here’s the rub: it has 3/4 of a 6th barrel in it dated Feb 2018. It had been plugged in and co2 pressurized the whole time.

    would you drink the beer?

    additional info - the beer lines, keg tap(sankey) and faucet were disgusting. I got new line and took everything apart and soaked in beer line cleaner yesterday so the kegerator itself is good to go.
    Why canít I free your doubtful mind and melt your cold cold heart?

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    That’s a hard no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirreljam View Post
    Ok, so I inherited a kegerator from a buddy Friday night, he hadn’t used it for 4 years. All good there. Here’s the rub: it has 3/4 of a 6th barrel in it dated Feb 2018. It had been plugged in and co2 pressurized the whole time.

    would you drink the beer?

    additional info - the beer lines, keg tap(sankey) and faucet were disgusting. I got new line and took everything apart and soaked in beer line cleaner yesterday so the kegerator itself is good to go.
    Isnít this how they make barley wine?

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