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Old 11-30-2009, 11:51 PM   #21
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Hmm.. Anyone know what size the glass 3 and 5 gallon carboys take? I don't see that listed on the site. Thanks.
If you are talking about stoppers they are 6.5 for both of them.

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Old 12-01-2009, 01:11 AM   #22
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If you are talking about stoppers they are 6.5 for both of them.

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Old 12-01-2009, 01:39 AM   #23
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Thanks Ed, I have been waiting for a good price on a March pump. Also was needing to stock up on speciality grains for the upcoming brews. Gotta love saving money!

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Old 12-01-2009, 01:46 AM   #24
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Fantastic! I've ordered from BMW once and got great service/fast shipping. I'll be placing an order for a better bottle. While I'm at it I'll be ordering my next AG recipe. Can anybody recommend the best Hefeweizen receipe from the BMW website?
I just brewed this one and it came out great. I fermented for 10 days then cold crashed and kegged it. It was under air for two weeks before Thanksgiving and it was real popular amongst the guests.

http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/...ian-hefeweizen
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Old 12-01-2009, 04:06 AM   #25
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I just submitted my first order from BMW. I created and ordered 6 recipes that I will be brewing in the next two-three months. Total cost, including shipping but excluding hops and yeast (which I already have) was $82 with the sale. That comes to 28 cents a beer! Woot!

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whoo hoo i just bought everything I've needed for a while plus some for $200 and saved more than 60 bucks. boy am i happy now. Merry Christmas to me!!!

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I just brewed this one and it came out great. I fermented for 10 days then cold crashed and kegged it. It was under air for two weeks before Thanksgiving and it was real popular amongst the guests.

http://www.brewmasterswarehouse.com/...ian-hefeweizen
Thanks Ragutis. I went ahead an ordered this for my next brew. If it can be ready that quickly I should be able to have this on tap for our family Christmas Eve. The only good in-laws are drunk in-laws. This will be my first hefe. Do you ferment around 70 degrees to bring out the bananna flavor? I've been reading conflicting info about what temp. to ferment at for the best hefe flavor.
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I want to thank everyone that ordered for our Cyber Monday sale. It was an EPIC sale and the support from everyone was overwhelming to say the least. We are processing and shipping orders as quickly as we can.

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Damn it Ed!! LOL you just had to do this and make me spend some money I was saving for a rainy day ..... wait it rains every day LMAO!

Thanks again for the great service and the discount. You are the best period.

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Thanks Ragutis. I went ahead an ordered this for my next brew. If it can be ready that quickly I should be able to have this on tap for our family Christmas Eve. The only good in-laws are drunk in-laws. This will be my first hefe. Do you ferment around 70 degrees to bring out the bananna flavor? I've been reading conflicting info about what temp. to ferment at for the best hefe flavor.
My fermenting room stays between 65-72 degrees. Here is where I got my info on that particular recipe. I don't generally like wheat beers but I like this one. The guests went through 7-8 pitchers during the Thanksgiving feast.

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/f70/bee-...eweizen-35679/


My father-in-law who is a long time BMC drinker kept reaching for the pitcher too. He really liked it as did several people who normally drink wine.
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