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Old 03-20-2009, 07:20 AM   #1
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i seem to remember that ed wort's brewery is bee cave brewery. and i am on brewmasters warehouse recipe site and some of the brews are from bee cave brewery. is this a coincidence?


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Old 03-20-2009, 07:24 AM   #2
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Nope. Brewmaster's Warehouse sells several recipe kits made from EdWort's recipes. The Bee Cave Brewery recipes are EdWort's originals.


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That is correct. EdWort's personal brewery is named Bee Cave Brewery. He has his own brand of recipe kits.

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ohh man thats awesome i think i have a new hero.
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Ed is a hero to many. With his recipes he deserves it too.
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Ed is a hero to many. With his recipes he deserves it too.
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EdWort's Hefe is the best I've ever had. It's like Paulaner or Franziskaner but better!

EdWort is the man... well, at least on days I didn't have too much Apfelwein the night prior...
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EdWort's Hefe is the best I've ever had. It's like Paulaner or Franziskaner but better!
I'll be bottling my first batch of Bee Cave Bavarian hefe this weekend, and it smells heavenly. Every one of his recipes I've done has been great - his Robust Porter really earned me props from everyone who tried it. I aim to brew every one of his recipes at least once this year.


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