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This is a discussion on Again it pays to be prepared. within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; @ SOCOM42 damn looks like your ready hydration wise. Gotta ask though how much beer do you keep on hand or is that top secret!...

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    @SOCOM42 damn looks like your ready hydration wise. Gotta ask though how much beer do you keep on hand or is that top secret!
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    Reliable well with generator backup.
    Berkey in the kitchen.
    and roughly 40 of these in the basement...

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    @NotTooProudToHide , As far as beer goes, none, I don't drink, plus I am allergic to beer, my throat closes up from it.

    Water is never a problem around here unless we are flooded, that is why we have town water and the well is filtered.

    Have The containerized water in case something compromises the supply system or it goes down.

    There are two gallon? Poland Springs jugs around the house, don't remember how many, they just take up unused space.

    I also have UV light to treat them with if needed, that was expensive, around $300, need eye protection while it is on.

    Don't even see those jugs where they are tucked in.

    Myself, I drink tea, Crystal light and Monster energy drink, plenty of tea and Crystal light put away for SHTF.

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    I know the feeling.

    The water mains in my neighborhood are very old and prone to breaks. Three or 4 times a year the water is shut off to fix a leak. It's aggravating to come home all dirty and sweaty only to find I can't take a hot shower.

    But I have plenty of water on-hand to at least heat some up on the stove and take a spit bath, which is better than nothing.



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