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Old 12-28-2008, 10:48 PM   #1
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Default Bee Cave Brewery Kits now available

Bee Cave Brewery aka EdWort has graciously allowed Brewmasters Warehouse to prepackage his recipes into kits that are now available online.

You can find the full assortment here.

Thanks EdWort for allowing me to host the recipes, and helping the community purchase your recipes with a single click.

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Old 12-28-2008, 11:41 PM   #2
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Wow. That's pretty cool.


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Old 12-28-2008, 11:43 PM   #3
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Congratulations to Ed Wort for his famous recipes and to you for being smart enough to jump on board and support his fans.
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Old 12-29-2008, 02:34 AM   #4
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i think its great that Ed is getting this kind of publicity. He has done wonders for many of us here.

One thing I would recommend (personal preference). While everyone on HBT knows how to find those recipes, someone coming to your site that isn't an HBT member wont. I prefer to know the recipe of a kit that I am buying. I suggest listing the ingredients for the recipes so a customer knows what he is buying.

It is your prerogative whether or not to do that, and I don't know what your agreement with Ed is, but I am hesitant to buy a kit without knowing what the recipe consists of.
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Ed and Ed are now collaborating, look out!
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Ed,

I'd be happy to submit a recipe or two of my own, if you'd like!

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Can we assume that if it doesn't say all grain is a PM or extract?
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Ed,

I'd be happy to submit a recipe or two of my own, if you'd like!

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I am willing to post any recipes from HBT that are known to be tried and true excellent recipes.

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Can we assume that if it doesn't say all grain is a PM or extract?

Good idea, that I overlooked. All of the recipes now have the type added to the description.

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Good idea, that I overlooked. All of the recipes now have the type added to the description.

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It would be cool if you could do both a AG, PM and Extract version and let us pick.


Also what yeast do you send with the kit?
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I am willing to post any recipes from HBT that are known to be tried and true excellent recipes.
Excellent. I can say with certainty that the only recipes I post to the DB are tried and true (excellence should be determined by tasters and brewers who attempt my recipes, not me!), though they aren't nearly as popular as EdWort's


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