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Old 08-29-2019, 08:31:40 PM
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Well, this is different. Some people, under the influence of a few brews, may have already thought they saw something like this!
It is at a brewery near Forest, Ontario.
Looks like a decent ol' tractor.
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well that's one way to store it..
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Looks like a Case of bad judgement...
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how is it being held up there? not sure i'd be pouring taps underneath that.
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how is it being held up there? not sure i'd be pouring taps underneath that.
Levitation, if you believe it will stay there, it will.
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I had a big back seat engineering answer to it, but decided to just say I would be worried and leave it at that.
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Be hell to try to get up there to start it to back it down if you wanted to take it to a show. I'd have parked it the other way around, that way you would have to worry about sliding off the seat!
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www.stonepickerbrewing.com
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In this CASE it's an off track crawler.
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Old tractors and beer... what’s better than that?
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Friends have a brewery called the Steel Wheel Brewery near Brantford, Ontario:

https://steelwheel.ca/

They are also old iron collectors. A few weeks back, I helped them with an open house. We ran an X Oil Pull, 20-40 Sawyer-Massey, 30 Hart-Parr, a couple of Acadia gas engines, and steamed corn with a 25hp George White traction engine.
I don't drink but the corn was good, and there was a great supper. Big crowd too.
No tractors hanging off the walls, though!
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that's exactly what i always say David Hoover. someone should have a fall show...."TRACTOBERFEST"!!!! booyaaahhh
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that's exactly what i always say David Hoover. someone should have a fall show...."TRACTOBERFEST"!!!! booyaaahhh
Cant have too many tractor shows, not?
We debated this some years ago when the subject of changing a show date came up, the main argument against a fall show was that school is in process then. I told them they should tell that to the folks putting on the state fair every year.
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Sure it isnt an optical delusion - scene set up and the tractor shot on the flat, and then the photo turned end up? It would have taken some bracing to hold that tractor on that wall for a while!
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Might be right, but then a fella'd have a dicken's of a time pouring a good beer!
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Sure it isnt an optical delusion - scene set up and the tractor shot on the flat, and then the photo turned end up? It would have taken some bracing to hold that tractor on that wall for a while!
Go to the website http://www.stonepickerbrewing.com/ Can see the tractor in the background under the events tab.
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