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Dinbin

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:mug: Cheers! It looks almost as good as the one im hoisting right now! :cross: :tank:
 

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I like the dental floss thing in the background.

Cheers to a homebrewer who knows a thing or two about good hygiene!
 

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if your computer desk isn't messy you clearly don't use it.
 

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eh about 3-4 weeks of cold conditioning. Also, a kegerator helps
 

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z987k said:
eh about 3-4 weeks of cold conditioning. Also, a kegerator helps
im too poor at the moment to afford a keg but i didint realize it made this much of a difference...do you think the clarity can match with the bottling method or kegging is unbeatable?
 

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I think you can archive it with bottles as well. You just have to be very careful not to rouse the yeast at all. I have some bottle from some old batches that are crystal clear but I find it real hard to pour them and not get any yeast.
 
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