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Default Fat Washing - Using Fatty or Oily Foods in Homebrew

This post popped up at Ryan Brews and knowing how many of us would like to use nuts or bacon and other fatty ingredients in their brew thought this technique for removing fats worthy of posting.

Thanks to Ryan for the technique and the blog post.

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