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Old 09-24-2010, 12:35 PM   #21
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Thanks for the suggestion Squirrels. I guess I didn't consider that. I've been doing mostly extract with steeping lately and it has cut down a considerable amount of time but there are some styles that I just don't feel I can make as good that way due to what is available at my LHBS. BIAB might be a good alternative. I don't care as much about efficiency. I'll gladly spend a few more bucks to get back some time.

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