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Old 10-06-2012, 05:08 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by JuanMoore View Post
As you said, to each their own. I wasn't trying to disparage the BH kits, just pointing out that there are also cheaper alternatives. I probably could have worded that better in my original post, but I've been drinking scotch and homebrew.
That's the great thing about homebrewering - more than one way to accomplish your goal. I just thought calling it a waste of money was a little harsh as it serves its purpose as intended and is a well made piece. Drink on!
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