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Old 06-21-2007, 12:18 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by ChrisS
...I am now a believer in starters. pitched at 9 last night and checked it at 7:30 this morning and it was bubbling pretty good. much better than my first batch which took over a day to start.
Another convert...good!

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Old 06-22-2007, 12:33 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by HemiPowered
When extract brewing 3-4 hours from start to finish depending if I am drinking. 7-8 hours when brewing AG and wait to start drinking till half way through my boil to avoid being completely hammered come time for clean up
Seriously? That's insane!

I know this is in the extract forum, but I saw this and had to comment. We had a similar thread in the AG forum recently.

Anyway, a 5 gal AG batch takes me 3.5-4 hrs. I brewed 2 AG batches back-to-back yesterday morning and it only took 5 hrs 20 mins. I posted a detailed schedule of activities. back-to-back brewing

Take a look and see where you can shave some time. 7-8 hrs for AG might put an end to this hobby for me.

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