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Old 01-27-2013, 11:43 AM   #1
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I've been brewing for a while now and saw the post here about the 1 gallon brews which really caught my interest. I've been doing a few small batches lately and really enjoying it, I plan on doing alot more before spring.


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Old 01-27-2013, 11:55 AM   #2
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Welcome to HBT! I’ve never heard of doing 1 gallon batch('s) nor ever thought about doing one. Is that even efficient? I mean with the energy put into it? I guess it could be… I didn’t see that post. Anyway, cheers!


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Thanks for the welcome discooby. The thread is in the beginer brewing section and is called 1 Gallon Brewers Unite. Maybe not too efficient timewise but I enjoy trying out different beer all the time. I don't mind the set up and clean up which takes just as much time as does the boil but getting it up to boil and cool down is way quicker.
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Same amount of equipment to clean but on a much smaller scale, shorter times till boil, and a good point on you can adjust easily with minimal ingredients. I’ll have to look for that section; I have four 1-gallon brewing buckets I started off doing ciders with – same idea but never thought about using them for brewing – plus I’ve got some straggling grains that aren’t enough for a full batch… Now I know what to do with them!
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