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Old 07-15-2006, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default My first seperatly purchased kit.

I just purchased:
-5 gallon glass carboy
-racking cane
-siphon pump
-tubing
-drilled stopper and air lock
I need a primary fermenter 7 gallons

For the beer i need
malt
hops
barley
and yeast

what am i forgetting and where what recipe would you guys recomend for a beginer.

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Old 07-16-2006, 02:39 AM   #2
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Read www.howtobrew.com and wait 10 years till you are legal.

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Old 07-16-2006, 05:27 AM   #3
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Read www.howtobrew.com and wait 10 years till you are legal.
Thank you and i am legally old enought to brew beer, especially when my parents are involved, lets look past the age factor please.
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what am i forgetting and where what recipe would you guys recomend for a beginer.
That it's a lot cheaper to get a equipment kit with everything included.
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That it's a lot cheaper to get a equipment kit with everything included.
I went out to my local antique shop and got a 5 gallon glass jug for 18 bucks, and i figured i could pick up the tubbing siphon, racking cane, drilled stopper and air locks for about 20 bucks, the only thing that might destroy my wallet is the 7 gallon fermentor.

You are more experienced, probably right, damnit.
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