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Old 11-23-2008, 06:00 AM   #1
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Default First 10 gallon batch tomorrow.

Memphomaniac will join me as I show him the ropes of AG and I attempt my first 10 gallon batch tomorrow. I'm doing another batch of Ed Wort's Robust Porter. My first batch is almost gone.

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Before you start make sure you have room to mash, boil without a boil over and ferment with enough head room. Make sure you have twice the propane or more as it takes a lot more energy for 10 gallons.

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