- You Guys think ATF is doing this, just kidding something will be posted soon I hope just like BBQ be Low & Slow.....Popcorn said "F---Y--"
- I just tried it and it works for me, however it is so long since I logged on I have forgotten my user name.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Henk" <hstuurman@...> wrote:
> I cannot connect to the AD-forum, anyone else have the same problems??
Many thanks for the heads up.
I have been a member of this AD group for approximately eight years, and haven't come across this abbreviation to my knowledge so thanks for your help.
I was in the Army for a while and they are very good at abbreviations.
One day the RSM came storming out of his office ranting and raving about signal he had just received. The message was just full of abbreviations, I think someone in HQ set him up.
He was an ex-vet and had seen a lot of AD (active duty also used for armored division)
Im still learning, or is it forgetting , anyway I appreciate the help
- No, AD stands for Artisan Distillers, and the website - http://www.artisan-distiller.net - is for everyone, including beginners.
From: geoff burrows <jeffrey.burrows@...>
Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 11:50 PM
Subject: [Distillers] Re: AD???
Hi ion,AD means Advanced Distillers and is an advanced distillers forum that caters for those of us that are past the "newbee" stage, and have a quite a few runs under our belts.It also assumes you have a good working knowledge of the distilling concepts of ”Reflux” and “Pot” distilling. This is gained by a lot of hands on practical work on your part and a hell of a lot of reading and I mean a lot(and more importantly understanding exactly what it is, you are reading and if you don't understand, don't be afraid to ask on the "New Distillers Forum")Geoff