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well i just got done making my first batch of beer and its all bottled, I was wondering what suggestion you guys may have for another batch? preferably something simple as I am still learning and working through the hole process
 
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first beer was a wheat beer, i more or less have been drinking lately blue moon and sam adams cherry wheat.....but im looking for something new to do and try.
 

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do you do extract?
if you do, take a look at my brown ale. its super tasty and very easy.
 
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yeah, but im looking for just about anything right now, idk what to make
 
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Do you like bitter beers? A good ol' czech style pilsner might suite your. Or a pale ale or a bitter

Less bitter: A kolsch maybe?

I'm a big believer in brewing what you like vs what is supposed to be easy for a newbie to brew.

What beer flavors tend to make you go :) vs :eek: ?
 
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i like pale ale, I really haven't tried much so im looking for something that has a good bit of flavor.
 

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what suggestion you guys may have for another batch
One of these:

Recipe Database

Pick a simple one.

:)

Seriously, you can make whatever you want. It's like asking "What's something simple I can cook for dinner tonight?" Whatever suits your taste. Go with any reasonable-gravity style of ale using an extract with steeping grains recipe. Irish Red, English Brown, Mild Ale, Pale Ale, American Ale, etc, etc. Use a recipe or buy a kit from either your local shop (if you have one) or online. Some online options:

MoreBeer
Austin Homebrew Supply
HopTech
Midwest Homebrew

The beauty of making your own homebrew is you can make whatever you like. Good luck with it.

Rick
 
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