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Old 01-21-2014, 03:56 PM   #21
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Thanks to whomever started this forum, it has been insightful to me! I have a few Coopers cans to use, Irish Stout. Looking forward to brewing!
Good to know the OP helped other brewers.

I found something interesting. Always had a problem navigating the Coopers and Muntons sites for information to help out a poster. Here is a site for all of Coopers' products, and it is written in American.

Good recipe guides also.


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Old 01-21-2014, 04:24 PM   #22
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Yeah their sites are a little difficult to navigate. I didn't see the link though.

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Yeah their sites are a little difficult to navigate. I didn't see the link though.

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That's because I just plain forgot to paste.
http://www.cascadiabrew.com/about_homebrewing.asp
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Lol awesome. Do you know anything about the Android app for these forums? I'm trying to figure out how to read these forums at work.

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Lol awesome. Do you know anything about the Android app for these forums? I'm trying to figure out how to read these forums at work.

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What is an Android?

Don't have a clue. I'm strictly Windows PC.
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What is an Android?

Don't have a clue. I'm strictly Windows PC.
Its an operating system for a smartphone. I heard rumours of an Android based OS for computers, but haven't seen any yet. Maybe I'm also out of the loop.
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You can get some Cooper's products on amazon too. Shipping is usually cheaper too. Here's the Cooper's link I have in the US; http://us.diybeer.com/
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Hello, just a couple questions. What are some brands of those extract kits that come in a can? They are usually around $20. I'm thinking they are a lesser quality beer than a partial mash kit or something similar. What is everyone's opinion on these kits? They are pretty inexpensive and it seems like they are made a lot faster.

Side note : why do some people hate brewers best kits?

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Never really tried them, I always include real grain in my recipes, but if you ever watched Craig on Utube he tries a lot of different kits and gives you an honest critique, quite entertaining. I have tried many of the Brewers Best Kits and for a novice brewer they make excellent beer.
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When I was brewing AE with Cooper's cans,I added a 3lb bag on Muntons plain light DME & a couple onces of flavor hops. NB & Midwest sell the Cooper's ale yeast in 15g packets that are fresher than the little 7g packets in the false lid of the cans. But rehydrated US-05 gives a cleaner tasting beer.
Hi guys,
My first Coopers extract brew is bottled and I'm eagerly waiting.
I would like to start a second one but just would like your guy's advice.

I am looking at either the Lager (I recon the safer option) or the IPA.

I would just like your recomendations on a kit you think I should try and also if I should add anything else eg hopps or dme..

Please note I'm still learning and knowledge levels are still at ultimate rookie.

Thanks in advance

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Hi guys,
My first Coopers extract brew is bottled and I'm eagerly waiting.
I would like to start a second one but just would like your guy's advice.

I am looking at either the Lager (I recon the safer option) or the IPA.

I would just like your recomendations on a kit you think I should try and also if I should add anything else eg hopps or dme..

Please note I'm still learning and knowledge levels are still at ultimate rookie.

Thanks in advance
Which beer would you prefer to drink? I would advise you to brew the beer you would most like to drink, and since it your second kit just go as it till you get your process down.

Just my 2 cents....


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