Good for you Chicco! I don't have any issues with using kits. I brew A/G, Mini-Mashes, and tweaked out Kits depending on how much time I have, what kind of beer I want, and whether or not I am keeping it for myself...sharing with friends...or giving away as gifts. You can make some pretty great beers by tweaking your kits -- a good beer is a good beer no matter how it is made.Chicco wrote:have worked with munton's, cooper's and festa...so far all great and simple kits. starting to play around with them too by adding DME's and other flavourings to somewhat personalize em.
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I have moved on to creating my own extract recipes now, but they are easy to use, and taste great!
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As an HVAC student (I gave up trying to get into the trade at this point), I can second this. I've seen inside some nasty water heaters. My Brita gets LOTS of use.oro wrote:if you see inside your hot water tank you may not be using hot water in anything you drink
But now that I'm in Ottawa again, I'm trying to work up to BIAB/AG. Tried to get in on another member's 10 gallon brewday on monday, but was rejected. So much for sitting in and learning
Back to topic, the ones I've had the best results with are Coopers and Muntons.
That's because I was learning and didn't want anyone to see/share my shameful noob experience!Venari wrote:oro wrote: Tried to get in on another member's 10 gallon brewday on monday, but was rejected. So much for sitting in and learning
You're invited to my next one, which'll be in 2-3 weeks. Making the following:
http://www.brewersfriend.com/homebrew/r ... bed/324913