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I was thrilled with the way my Stout came out. Great head, great flavor. Only problem is that it's gone. :( But a Bavarian Weissbier just went from LBK to bottle today, and I immediately started a Czech Pilsner after cleaning up the LBK. Looking forward to moving from bottle to belly. :P

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"thomaso827" post=277010 said:

I was thrilled with the way my Stout came out. Great head, great flavor. Only problem is that it's gone. :( But a Bavarian Weissbier just went from LBK to bottle today, and I immediately started a Czech Pilsner after cleaning up the LBK. Looking forward to moving from bottle to belly. :P

I'm going to use that 'bottle to belly' in a conversation sometime in the next 24 hours!
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A friend gave me his 5-gallon fermentor and gear, so I'm planning to do a Mr Beer batch in the LBK and a bigger batch of something else in that set. Hoping to start a 5-gallon Bock as soon as I can sort out what makes it a Weinachtsbier so I can give a dozen 12-oz bottles to a Christmas party. After trying a Sam Adams Cherry Wheat, I'm sort of looking at a Cherry Wheat recipe for the LBK this fall.

Tom

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Nice friend. Did you ever try the MrB Brew Ha Ha Bock? It was one of my favorites and I'm sad to see it go. I posted a recipe for a 5 gallon Bock recipe a month or ago in the Basic Recipe section that looked good but have not tried. If you're wanting a wheat MrB has the old wheat UME left and if you can find the cherries in water you could make the MrB Cherry Wheat.

Best of luck.
T4G

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I noticed that the Bock was gone from the website. Sorry to see that.

I think my friend bought a bunch of stuff on a whim and never went beyond the first batch. Mr Beer got me hooked on home brewing, and I dont see any reason to give up on it as I expand my capacity. Now when I try other beer brands, I try to sort out how I could make it and if it would be worth while doing it. At some point, I can stop buying and just make my own.

My son isnt interested in beer so much, but said he and his wife love hard cider, so a Mr Cider kit is on the agenda for his birthday.

Tom

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