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Hi I am new to brewing beer I have a Coopers carboy and want to make some Canadian blonde instead of using the brewing packs applied by Coopers I want to use malt and dextrose if needed does anyone have some ideas for me to proceed with be much appreciated do I need to add both malt extract and dextrose thanking you in advance
 

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I'm very sorry sir I didn't know this was an English class I thought it was about making beer
From your perspective, it should be about how to attract people to answer your questions. Skipping punctuation certainly does not help in this regard.
 

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Here’s an old thread which has a Blonde Ale recipe that is extract with steeping grains. Perhaps that would be close to what you had in mind.

Not to be a grammar Nazi-but syntax and punctuation are your friends. It’s hard to answer a question when the question isn’t clear.
Hi I am new to brewing beer I have a Coopers carboy and want to make some Canadian blonde instead of using the brewing packs applied by Coopers I want to use malt and dextrose if needed does anyone have some ideas for me to proceed with be much appreciated do I need to add both malt extract and dextrose thanking you in advance
 
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