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    • My all-grain English Pale Ale 1-gallon Kit I brewed in March is ready. And the results of the first bottle are: Success! Wow, I can't believe I'm doing this. First goodness with the MRB 1776 and now Success with the no-name brand EPA. This beer is very pale, smooooth, hoppy, and well-carbonated. I'm a happy brewer right now. Thank you to all of you that helped out when I was doing this batch - @RickBeer, @Jdub, @BDawg62, @Nickfixit, @Shrike, @Bonsai & Brew, @D Kristof, and @StretchNM (that's me). Yes, I went through the old thread to find everybody who gave advice and encouragement. Thank you. Despite the sloppy instructions that came with the Kit, we made it work. Pretty dang cool.   I would definitely brew this beer again. And again. I guess I'm going to have to break out my pilsner glass for this brew.   I know, my logo and labeling needs work. But that's about as professional as I need to be ((( )))
    • That was kinda my thought too, but they do specify different ranges in some recipes. What might work would be a "Default Temp Range" and a "Better" temp range both given.
    • It is on the list and in the spreadsheet. I just brewed Rocket's Red Glare, and easy brew.  
    • Beyond a few true lager recipes, Mr. Beer isn't going to have recipes specifying temp ranges that require additional equipment.  They do sell some additional equipment, but no beginning brewer is going to do that.  
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