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SCOCBrewing

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Although i hear it is easy to learn on your own, i was wondering if someone would be willing to walk me through the steps, not in person, but through phone, instant messanger, etc etc....

Just looking for a helping hand.
 

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John Palmer gives a 'crash course' here

I would suggest start with that, and if you have any specific questions after reading that, feel free to post them.
 

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We've done that in chat a couple of times, walking a couple of new brewers through their first beers. I think it was BennyBlanco, and another guy most recently- (started with a T? Like Thunder or something? sorry, my memory sucks).
Many of us are in chat in the evenings, and we'd be glad to walk you through it in live time.
 

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Many of us are in there in the evenings, and we'd be glad to help. I won't be around much this weekend, due to graduation festivities, but others will I'm sure.

Read that "crash course" posted above, because it's got a checklist so that you have everything you need. Also, if you get a kit brew, like from austinhomebrew.com, or a Brewer's Best kit, they have awesome step by step instructions. Then we can just be there for emotional support.
 
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