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    Don't put a couch on your porch in Boulder

    In Kansas "Pedestrians crossing the highways at night must wear tail lights."
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    Just how bad is LME?

    What YooperBrew said!!!
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    How can I leave beer on the yeast?

    I tend to go 4-6 weeks on most of mine. I think that you will be fine. What style/recipe are you brewing?
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    Beginer's Question...

    The Mox, Read thru this thread. It will give you some valuable insight. https://www.homebrewtalk.com/f39/fermentation-can-take-24-72-hrs-start-43635/
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    Who Has The Best Recipe Kits?

    While I have never been disappointed with any kits I have used, I do like Austin Homebrew best. They seem fresher and better tasting. Just my .02. YMMV.
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    Deer Season 2009

    Thanks for posting that Ashz. I got a good laugh out of that.
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    I add yeast to my cooled wort and shake the crap out of it. Is that wrong?

    Not that is really matters, but I oxygenate before I add the yeast. The yeast doesn't have to be mixed as it knows what to do. I do tend to give the yeast a stir after adding, but I don't think that it is necessary.
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    Partial Carbonation Problem:

    I would give them a week or two more. Remember that 3 weeks is the minimum amout of time. There are many varibales. Knowing your SG and FG would also help as bigger beers take more time to carb/condition in the bottle. Each bottle is undergoing a mini fermention, and will vary from one another.
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    Atomic Buffalo Turds

    Yep, I make some of these almost every time the smoker get fired up!. They are like crack for BBQ.
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    quick question about notty

    LOL. Yea it does make seem more like a science project with the blow off tube bubbling in a jar of water. I remember my first batch with a blow off tube. It was in winter and I had in my gettolious cardboard fish box temp control chamber in the basement. The SWMBO said that it sound like it was...
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    BeerSmith Issue: Preview Brew Sheet

    I am not at a computer with Beersmith installed, but IIRC isn't there a close button similar to a close button on MS word print preview?
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    quick question about notty

    Like most of the previous posters I use a blow off tube everytime for the first few days. Just some piece of mind for me.
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    Bottling with growlers

    To answer that question we need to know how long you have had it in secondary first. I usually don't secondary and go 4-6 weeks in primary.
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    Smoking for noobs

    Mike, When I smoke butts I plan for 1.5 hour per lb of trimmed meat. I base donesness off of internal temps. I like 195 for pulled pork. Someone here gave this site and it has been invaluable to me. I too am new to the smoking world. The Smoke Ring :: Index Good Luck!
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    American Pale Ale Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale Ale

    Buffman, I agree with Paco. If it is a 5 gallon batch no need for two packets of Notty. I have never had Notty do anything but a strong/fast fermentation. That of course my experience. YMMV.
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    Craigslist Find!!!

    To the best of my knowledge it is near Seattle.
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    Say Hi To Our Boy!

    Outstanding looking lad! Congrats.:mug:
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    My Stirplate... Cheap and Easy Build...

    I just wanted to say thanks for doing this thread with such great instructions and photos. My 14 year old boy just finished this last night. He is going to use it in his electricty project for 4-H, and then I get it for my use. We spent Sunday afternoon building it, and then a couple of hours...
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    American Pale Ale Bee Cave Brewery Haus Pale Ale

    Danger44, You need to go straight from the fermentor to bottle. Normal average bottle carb time is 3 weeks @ 70 degrees. I don't know of any way to make it quicker myself. Good Luck.