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Old 02-17-2013, 07:35 PM   #11
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The four 12 packs in back are John Q. Adams now carbonating and in about a week will be moved to my cellar.

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Interested to know how they turned out.

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Interested to know how they turned out.
Not good; I had too much of the specialty grains and not enough of the pilsner 2 row. But I had a previous batch that was the opposite so I mixed the two. This will go down as a learning experience.

But the John Q. Adams kit came out pretty good.
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