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Old 03-27-2011, 08:03 PM   #1
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Found a great site at xtremebrewing.com with a ton of kits. Anyone ever brewed anything from these guys? We're going to try their 90minute IPA clone.


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Old 03-27-2011, 08:36 PM   #2
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I have the book Extreme Brewing but have never heard of that website.


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It's my LHBS. It's owned by Doug Griffith, a super nice guy and avid homebrewer. You can see his picture in several books including Brewing Up a Business. He and Sam Calagione go way back. I've never brewed any kits from them, but since he and Sam are friends, I would think the DFH clones are pretty close.
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It's my LHBS. It's owned by Doug Griffith, a super nice guy and avid homebrewer. You can see his picture in several books including Brewing Up a Business. He and Sam Calagione go way back. I've never brewed any kits from them, but since he and Sam are friends, I would think the DFH clones are pretty close.
It's interesting that Sam's book and his shop share the same name. Kits seem interesting but they're a little pricey.
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