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  1. Thanks for liking image Josh R.  It was as good as picture!!!

  2. coache

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    Check under the wet sink. Several cases of Canadian Blonde and a gluten free ale now conditioning in bottles.
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    American Classic Deluxe after a couple of sips!
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    My recent brew of Classic American Deluxe light! Good stuff!
  5. Do you chill your wort before pitching your yeast? I no longer use the the Mr Beer keg for fermentation. I brew 5 gallon batches. I use a food grade plastic fermentation pail. I chill my wort before pitching the yeast. The chilling will stop any cooking and prevent further tannins being released. I keep the wort in the fermentation pail for 5 to 7 days. I then rack off the wort into a 5 gallon glass carboy for the balance of conditioning time. I have found this process helps in the fining of the beer. Make sure you use good sterilizing practices when using your airlocks. SO, I buy double the product when brewing Mr. Beer recipes.
  6. Question for you. You said you used 1 carb drop, what did the recipe call for? Should it have been two drops? Just curious
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