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Old 11-05-2008, 05:09 PM   #1
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Hey Guys,

Im practicly a Noob to brewing i suppose I started out Malt extract brewing.

Im wondering if anyone out there has any great tasting recepies they woudl like to share!



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Old 11-05-2008, 05:33 PM   #2
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Buy a extract kit from online or local vendor = tons of recipes.

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Old 11-05-2008, 05:43 PM   #3
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The recipe database is a good place to start.

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As a newb to another newb - I think you need to stick to kit recipes in the beginning, dont try to complicate your learning process by trying to do more complicated stuff. Get a kit, follow the instructions and when you have a few batches under your belt you can move on to experimenting with ingredients.

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I'm a noob to brewing beer, I have done lots of meads and some wine, but I recently did one beer kit and got the hang of it right away and I could go the next step of a regular extract recipe. I think the kit is a great first step and you'll know after that if you are ready to move on.

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Pivzavod is right. Just starting out, its better to stick with kits. Everything you need is included, the instructions are clear, and they make good beer.

I've made extract kits from Austin Homebrew Supply, MoreBeer, and 7-Bridges with good success. I'm sure you can find something that appeals to you from one of these places.

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