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    Five Star PBW Cleaner

    I like to use the right tool for the job, in this case, PBW which stands for Powdered Brewery Wash. Being made for the job of cleaning everything in the brewery it qualifies as the right tool for the job and it is designed to clean everything, depending on the amount used per gallon of water...
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    Five Star PBW Cleaner

    I like to use the right tool for the job, in this case, PBW which stands for Powdered Brewery Wash. Being made for the job of cleaning everything in the brewery it qualifies as the right tool for the job and it is designed to clean everything, depending on the amount used per gallon of water...
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    The Best Sanitizer for Homebrewers

    Five Star's Starsan sanitizer has got to be the best sanitizer out there in my opinion. Why you may ask? For one, it's a no-rinse wet sanitizer. You can't do that with bleach. And like some others, it gives no discoloration. It works in as little as 15 seconds for small things like bottle caps...
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    The Best Sanitizer for Homebrewers

    Five Star's Starsan sanitizer has got to be the best sanitizer out there in my opinion. Why you may ask? For one, it's a no-rinse wet sanitizer. You can't do that with bleach. And like some others, it gives no discoloration. It works in as little as 15 seconds for small things like bottle caps...
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    Cooper's Micro Brew kit

    This is the kit I started out with in January 2011. I still use it to this day & I must say I like it for certain features that you don't see often, if at all. Here's a pic of it with 5 gallons (19L mark) of saison settling out in it. As you can readily see it has plenty of head space at 5...
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    Cooper's Micro Brew kit

    This is the kit I started out with in January 2011. I still use it to this day & I must say I like it for certain features that you don't see often, if at all. Here's a pic of it with 5 gallons (19L mark) of saison settling out in it. As you can readily see it has plenty of head space at 5...
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