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Old 9th May 2004, 03:39 AM   #11
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Hi Cal, How do I start ?
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I had 2 carboys for secondarys and one primary that was always full.

Quite cost effective for the young aspiring alcholoic.
Yes and try keeping more on hand so your friends don't go dry. Sometimes a twice a week thing.
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Did a google search. Looks like 25-30 dollars will make 5 gallons. There are a few forums too.
It costs me $40 Canadian to make 10 gallons. This is really inexpensive considering that a six pack at the cold beer & wine store costs $11 bucks

Talk to your local supplier, they are often your best source of info. Tell them your tastes and you'll probably get a good recipe.

The initial keg set-up came to us for a steal. We were set up for less than a $1000 Canadian and that was a few years ago. No recharge needed on the freon or nothin'. It has been a true pleasure to do it this way.

Raise a glass to your neighbours,
be they right next door or the next country.
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Here's the light [Cooper's Lager]
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Here's the medium [Brew House Pale Ale]
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Thanks , all

Did a google , seems like I have lots of reading to do



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Hi Jan,

Try not to get too serious about it until you have brewed a few batches. Then you can experiment. Start with the basics and go from there.

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Hi Cal,

I've found some web pages in Norwegian,
good starting point, we'll see

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Brian,

your location, stated as Texas, Damnit
makes me think of an artist calling himself Jon Wayne,
ever heard of him?
Released an album called Texas Funeral back in 1985.

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My signature, translated to english:
Drink your beer before it gets cold !

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