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Old 03-23-2008, 02:01 AM   #1
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I finally got it done and released to YouTube:

Part 1:
[youtube]_V1zt0mW084[/youtube]

Part 2:
[youtube]I5u_nJhMD4w[/youtube]

Part 3:
[youtube]6VcZRVw2k_o[/youtube]

Let me know if you can actually understand anything I'm saying. I'm not a natural in front of a camera and the accent doesn't help either, though it could be considered an asset in this case .

Grab a beer. The total length is about 25 min.

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Old 03-23-2008, 02:20 AM   #2
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Thanks Kaiser! Any chance of you posting an mp4 version or whatever you first had it in? Thanks man, I'd love to shoot this over to my tivo!

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Thanks Kaiser! Any chance of you posting an mp4 version or whatever you first had it in? Thanks man, I'd love to shoot this over to my tivo!
Where would I host this? I certainly have a mpeg 4 .mov for the un-split version, but it's about 600MB.

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ah, I see... that's a good question... we should start a bit torrent tracker for our brewing videos!

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Kaiser,

That is awesome. Fantastic work. I can't wait to get your lager yeasts so I can make a double-decoction Marzen.

You're totally stoked me up. Booya!

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Kaiser,

That is awesome. Fantastic work. I can't wait to get your lager yeasts so I can make a double-decoction Marzen.

You're totally stoked me up. Booya!
BTW, I sent that out on Friday.

Thanks for the support.

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Very nice and you did a great job with that.

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Excellent job Kaiser. I thought you were great on camera and I had no problems at all understanding you. Keep up the great work.

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Fantastic job! Seeing it done by someone who actually knows what they're doing has pointed out the flaws I had in my process.

Thanks for the great videos!

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Great job Kaiser, really enjoyed it. It was also nice to see I was doing things somewhat correctly after only reading about decoction and then trying it myself. Anyway, I definitely need to try it again using your better methods,etc. I haven't brewed a lager in a loooong time, but your videos definitely inspired me to brew one again. Sour lager anyone, just kidding.

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