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Old 06-26-2013, 02:44 PM   #1
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i really enjoy Coopers IPA with added hops. it's a cheap and quick brew that makes a pretty decent beer. i almost always have a batch in the keg or in the FV.

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i really enjoy Coopers IPA with added hops. it's a cheap and quick brew that makes a pretty decent beer. i almost always have a batch in the keg or in the FV.
What's the FV?
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Old 06-26-2013, 09:40 PM   #4
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What's the FV?
I believe he means fermentation vessel.

For extract, I only have experience with Northern Brewer kits, but their sweet stout is good, as is their -80 Schilling, although i like malt forward beers as oppposed to hoppy ipa's or ales.

What kind of beer styles do u prefer? Could prob get some better feedback if you post that.
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I believe he means fermentation vessel.

For extract, I only have experience with Northern Brewer kits, but their sweet stout is good, as is their -80 Schilling, although i like malt forward beers as oppposed to hoppy ipa's or ales.

What kind of beer styles do u prefer? Could prob get some better feedback if you post that.
Yes, sorry i meant fermentation vessel.
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Midwest Supply Hank's Hefeweizen is my favorite, but I am partial to the Bavarian wheats as a style

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