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Old 04-30-2014, 04:54 PM   #21
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That looks disgusting.... but I am intrigued. Can't wait to see the finished product.

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Old 05-01-2014, 01:21 PM   #22
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I guess brewing beer was too easy?
Actually, this has been the easiest brew I've made. Previously, it was more complicated with the multiple fermentations and all, but if this works it definitely simplified the whole process.

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It sounds very interesting. I just wish the details had been stated up front instead of trolling with: Hey guys I burned some flour, can't wait to try the beer that magically results!
Haha, then where would the fun be? I had to build curiosity!

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he was just building suspense!! thats different than trolling.
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That looks disgusting.... but I am intrigued. Can't wait to see the finished product.
Me neither, I have some of my last all rice brew bottle conditioning now. I think I over-hopped that one, but can't be sure till it is ready to pour.
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Why do you use fungus for saccharification rather than doing a traditional mash? Certainly that could be your easiest brew yet. I'm just curious.

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I'd guess because he's someplace in China where it's difficult to get grains for homebrewing?

This is very fascinating, but I'm not sure I'd want to drink it.

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Why do you use fungus for saccharification rather than doing a traditional mash? Certainly that could be your easiest brew yet. I'm just curious.
I don't know what could be simpler than browning some flour and then boiling it with hops. But to answer your question, QuercusMax is correct. Well, at-least when I started brewing that was the case. Now, I know where to order all the basics online. I guess I am doing it this way just because I like it. It feels as if I am creating a more complex product or something.

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I'd guess because he's someplace in China where it's difficult to get grains for homebrewing?

This is very fascinating, but I'm not sure I'd want to drink it.
Come on, beer is nothing more than yeast farts and piss with some hops thrown in! Why not add some fungus droppings in there too?
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Are you a native Chinese speaker?

This sounds interesting and I like your style. I'd try some!

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