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Old 10-27-2012, 04:39 AM   #1
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Starting on my way with my first brew tomorrow. I've been reading to much and just need to get on with it. Wish me luck.

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Old 10-27-2012, 04:49 AM   #2
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Old 10-27-2012, 04:51 AM   #3
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Good luck! And welcome. If you pay attention, read up on tips and procedures you will make very good beer. I started about a year and a half ago and some of my beers have been as good as any that I have ever had. I have liked all of the brews so far, some more than others though.

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Writing a to do list beforehand might help you. If not, just make sure you have everything you need. I think the one thing I wish someone had told me to do on my first batch was have plenty of towels for cleaning up on hand. Also, start with a nice clean kitchen. No dishes in the sink, and as much counterspace as you can make available will make things go smoothly.

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Good luck and welcome to the obsession my friend! Add 50-70% of the extract at 15 minutes left in the boil, forget what your kit instructions say about adding it all at the beginning.

Brewing a Russian Imperial Stout tomorrow, we're brew buddies!

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Good luck! I am currently doing my first brew. It is a mahogany porter using caromalt and golden hops. Smells great at the moment so I hope it turns out ok. Any recommendations for my next brew?

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Good luck! I am currently doing my first brew. It is a mahogany porter using caromalt and golden hops. Smells great at the moment so I hope it turns out ok. Any recommendations for my next brew?
A traditional American IPA. You'll thank me when you smell the airlock.
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A traditional American IPA. You'll thank me when you smell the airlock.
Cool. What is the recipe?
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Thanks everyone! I'm up early couldn't sleep. I get this way when I start a new project. I'm making Brewers Best Imperial Blonde Ale.. Guess I'm just a sucker for tall blondes...

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Cool. What is the recipe?
Check the recipe section. You will find, literally, hundreds of recipes for American IPAs that are excellent.
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