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Old 05-19-2011, 05:23 PM   #11
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If you're carbonating with yeast, you don't need to start with a syrup. You can brew a whole batch all at once.

I'd say give Stephen Cresswell's book a read. There are some beginner recipes there to get you started, all of which use yeast. They're all scaled to 1 gallon, so you'll need 2 2-Liter bottles per batch. Aside from the recipes, there's a lot of good information there to get you started.

According to the link above, there's a copy checked in at the Library in Sandy. They should also have some homebrew books on the same shelf. I think that will definitely be your best place to start.


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Old 05-19-2011, 09:13 PM   #12
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thanks so much man. Hey, so what did you graduate in? im gonna guess some sorta chemistry or food major?

And whats in PA?

thanks for the link. I LOVE the local library here.
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