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  1. 2 points
    Not a bad thought at all. That just means you are a brewer and during any crisis you will take care of your human family first then you will without a doubt take care or your one celled family. Those yeast are our children too and they deserve to be high on our priority list in a crisis situation.😂
  2. 1 point
    Reading post on other forums doesn't usually help with brewing Mr. Beer. Those forums are usually people who brew extract or all grain with boil times and hops added to the boil. If you follow the instructions to the letter your pitching temperature was correct. Mr. Beer brewing is different and looked down upon (unfortunately) by most of the people on those forums. Even though some of them probably got their start with a Mr. Beer kit. The green apple taste is because your beer was likely fermented too warm rather than not enough yeast. Your beer goes flat quickly because as @RickBeer said you need at least 2 days in the fridge for the beer to absorb the carbonation. Spend your time on this forum and leave the other forums until you are more experienced. There are a lot of us that only occasionally still brew Mr. Beer kits and also a lot of us that still only brew Mr. Beer kits. In any case there is a lot of years experience here from people who respect the fact that you are brewing a Mr. Beer kit and won't give you grief about it.
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    My first reaction was to laugh. My second was, "Sumbitch! That's brilliant!"
  5. 0 points
    When I opened my first ever bottles of Mr Beer, they went flat in 5 minutes; nice head to start. I fermented the Oktoberfest Kit for 3 weeks, carbonated 0.5 L bottles with 1 carbo-drop per bottle for 2 weeks. Room temp was kept 69/70 degrees F the whole 5 weeks. Is that normal? Can I keep the bubbles longer? Thanks....
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