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  1. Peter/Josh/Diane (or anyone else), if you deem this inappropriate for this message board, feel free to remove it. Not trying to step on any toes... For anyone interested in learning to all-grain brew, this looks like a promising online course. I think that this technique for one-gallon batches would be a great way for a Mr. B brewer to learn to do a partial mash with their Mr. B extracts (which I have done several times). You can follow this technique and then add a Mr. B extract to it to create entirely different beers. I did some test batches for Emma's new brewing book (http://www.amazon.com/Brew-Better-Beer-Making-Pilsners/dp/160774631X/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8), and it looks like a great book, so I expect this to be a good course as well. It is a 20 day daily course (with a few weekends following), that involves brewing a one-gallon batch. I'll probably participate in it to see how it all goes... Let me know if any of you are participating and maybe we can track our progress here.
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