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Old 01-21-2014, 02:56 PM   #21
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Thanks to whomever started this forum, it has been insightful to me! I have a few Coopers cans to use, Irish Stout. Looking forward to brewing!
Good to know the OP helped other brewers.

I found something interesting. Always had a problem navigating the Coopers and Muntons sites for information to help out a poster. Here is a site for all of Coopers' products, and it is written in American.

Good recipe guides also.
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Old 01-21-2014, 03:24 PM   #22
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Yeah their sites are a little difficult to navigate. I didn't see the link though.

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Old 01-21-2014, 03:32 PM   #23
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Yeah their sites are a little difficult to navigate. I didn't see the link though.

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That's because I just plain forgot to paste.
http://www.cascadiabrew.com/about_homebrewing.asp
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Lol awesome. Do you know anything about the Android app for these forums? I'm trying to figure out how to read these forums at work.

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Lol awesome. Do you know anything about the Android app for these forums? I'm trying to figure out how to read these forums at work.

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What is an Android?

Don't have a clue. I'm strictly Windows PC.
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What is an Android?

Don't have a clue. I'm strictly Windows PC.
Its an operating system for a smartphone. I heard rumours of an Android based OS for computers, but haven't seen any yet. Maybe I'm also out of the loop.
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You can get some Cooper's products on amazon too. Shipping is usually cheaper too. Here's the Cooper's link I have in the US; http://us.diybeer.com/

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Hello, just a couple questions. What are some brands of those extract kits that come in a can? They are usually around $20. I'm thinking they are a lesser quality beer than a partial mash kit or something similar. What is everyone's opinion on these kits? They are pretty inexpensive and it seems like they are made a lot faster.

Side note : why do some people hate brewers best kits?

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Never really tried them, I always include real grain in my recipes, but if you ever watched Craig on Utube he tries a lot of different kits and gives you an honest critique, quite entertaining. I have tried many of the Brewers Best Kits and for a novice brewer they make excellent beer.
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