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Old 12-15-2012, 12:11 PM   #1471
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Northern Brewer has a great one gallon starter kit
great company just placed an order for 24 different small items from them. they missed one and sent an extra of another (Christmas rush) they replied immediately and had the missing item in the mail within a couple of hours.
am waiting for their Dead Ringer IPA 1Gallon batch to finish.

The kit I use is from small batch homebrew. I like 1.25 Gallon batches so I get a twelve pack, and their 2 gallon fermenter and bottling bucket work well.
I also use tap-a-draft bottles as fermenters as they are brown and protect from light.

austin homebrew supply also has a starter kit as well for 1 gallon batches
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:37 PM   #1472
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great company just placed an order for 24 different small items from them. they missed one and sent an extra of another (Christmas rush) they replied immediately and had the missing item in the mail within a couple of hours.
am waiting for their Dead Ringer IPA 1Gallon batch to finish.

The kit I use is from small batch homebrew. I like 1.25 Gallon batches so I get a twelve pack, and their 2 gallon fermenter and bottling bucket work well.
I also use tap-a-draft bottles as fermenters as they are brown and protect from light.

austin homebrew supply also has a starter kit as well for 1 gallon batches
I always wonder about the tapa a draft system. Seems like a great idea for a small draft dispenser.
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:39 PM   #1473
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Massive trip to labs today to stock up before the weather turns.

I think tomorrow I'm going to do a variant of the cream of three crops cream ale.

Dme
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Thoughts?
Why not add the minute rice?
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Old 12-15-2012, 02:10 PM   #1474
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Why not add the minute rice?
I believe he would be using rice hulls to create a grain bed. At least, that's what I think he needs it for.
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Old 12-15-2012, 03:16 PM   #1475
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I was asking about the minute rice because its a ingredient in the original recipe

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Used the white house beer recipes I had ordered to get some one into homebrewing. Put together a starter kit for him with some of the extra stuff I have. And brewed a batch with him and explained the process with him.

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Old 12-15-2012, 03:23 PM   #1477
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I started with a plastic 2 liter soda bottle, some ginger, sugar, yeast, and lemon juice. The gingerale was horrible, but it was the first thing I ever fermented.
i actually started with ginger ale, too.

it was good.

i should make some for the holidays

good idea, thanks
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Why not add the minute rice?
because i have every other kind of rice EXCEPT minute rice, including rice hulls, and i'm too lazy to mash just for that.
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Used the white house beer recipes I had ordered to get some one into homebrewing. Put together a starter kit for him with some of the extra stuff I have. And brewed a batch with him and explained the process with him.

that's a cool thing to do... i've been inviting my sons to participate, and one does, but i think he's just humoring me, because he likes the beer
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I was asking about the minute rice because its a ingredient in the original recipe
Ahhhhh! Makes sense
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