- Oct 24, 2019
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- mid-Michigan, USoA
those are both truly things of beauty, but i can skip the high tech versions as i dislike things that may break and need servicing years later. the ale i would enjoy some sips by the looks of it.I like the way you think...
My wife asked me: what do you want for Christmas, Santa Clause? Well... Santa Clause wants a new 9mm pistol for Mrs Clause and Santa wants a Mash & Boil with pump With the mash and boil, I can go all grain. No more liquid or dried malt extracts. Besides it will come in handy for soups and canning so it's really for both of us also. Plus it can be a s t I l l with an optional s t I l l pot lid I'll most likely solder my own though.
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My first all grain will be this Irish red ale
In 2009, interest in homebrewing was growing at an unprecedented rate, and the beers that amateur brewers were submitting to competitions were getting better and better. Grote has been brewing since his college days and likes to blur the lines between styles, as is the case with his Irish red...www.homebrewersassociation.org