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Old 09-06-2012, 01:58 AM   #271
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Kit instructions are always wrong. It's the law or something.
I have never used kits or their instructions, but there's only one company whose kit instructions I've consistently heard positive things about, and that's Northern Brewer


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Old 09-06-2012, 02:07 AM   #272
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I have never used kits or their instructions, but there's only one company whose kit instructions I've consistently heard positive things about, and that's Northern Brewer
Except for where it says that you should ferment all beers for 2 weeks before moving to a 4 week secondary, bottle, and then start drinking 1-2 weeks later other than that not too bad.


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Old 09-06-2012, 02:17 AM   #273
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Except for where it says that you should ferment all beers for 2 weeks before moving to a 4 week secondary, bottle, and then start drinking 1-2 weeks later other than that not too bad.
Meh, I don't secondary but those instructions seem fine for most styles, if not a bit short on carbonation times.
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:23 AM   #274
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Meh, I don't secondary but those instructions seem fine for most styles, if not a bit short on carbonation times.
I suppose... I've actually started doing secondaries recently after years of brewing for certain styles in an attempt to get crystal clear bottle conditioned beer with very little sediment. I've been crashing the primary, transferring to a little gelatin, and crashing for another week or so. Results in very clean beer. It's not necessary but it is great for the old OCD.
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Old 09-06-2012, 02:58 AM   #275
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Old 09-06-2012, 03:00 AM   #276
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It's not a law. Just an executive order.
LoLoL good one.
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Old 09-06-2012, 03:02 AM   #277
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LoLoL good one.
Sir, your balls must have descended THIS low, in order to post in the forum.
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Sir, your balls must have descended THIS low, in order to post in the forum.
LoL i also enojyed this one. Keep it up!
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Old 09-06-2012, 03:31 AM   #279
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When I heard this, there was no way I could imagine the president toiling over a kettle of wort somewhere in the White House... This is obviously a PR stunt and if we're lucky, some true brewer will be there the next time he whips out a bottle of the WH brew to ask some real questions... Someone has to find out who actually brews this stuff.
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This.

Obama is not a home brewer. He drinks beer. The only reason this is a story is because a lot of folks with more free time on their hands than sense, made it a story.

Oh yeah, there is nothing wrong with extract beer. Lets not eat our own. Extract makes great beer. However, as the leader of the free world, you would think that the Pentagon, or the Military Industrial Complex, could devise a a killer single tier, 20 gal, three vessle system.......

.... Oh sorry, Lonnie already did that.
Then it would be called the ...Brutus One


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