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    Drink beer (or two) rinse well with hot water and dish soap. Before brewing sanitize with oxygen cleaner. Same for plastic bottles.
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    I used Centennial 60 min for my bittering and then Hallertau Blanc 15min. Turned out really well using that combo. I've never used Tettnang, so I know nothing on that hops characteristics.
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    hey @Cato i have an altbier grainbill loaded in BS. what kind of hops did you use and what schedule during boil? curious? i have hallertau blanc (60 min) and tettnang (15 min) in my recipe that i have yet to brew. wyeast german ale yeast.
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    My bottle washing method: drink beer recycle bottle brew beer buy new bottles its more money but a lot less work
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    Me too. Except we rinse good, then fill with water UNTIL we are ready to wash at the end of the day. More efficient than washing 1 at a time, and nothing dries in bottle.
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    I just wash them as I use them, with hot water and a bit of unscented dish soap. Shake well, refill with hot water, repeat a few times. If there's any persistent crud I hit it with a bottle brush. Rinse and put on rack to dry.
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    So... What about those hundreds of videos on you tube of people force carbing so they can drink their beer almost immediately? How about you say something more like "try waiting 2 weeks for IPAs and longer for higher ABV" or something rickbeer classic like "you never stated what beers you're brewing, how can we suggest anything without such vital info?"
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