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- Maclom Murdoch
July 20, 2005, 7:09 pm
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Re: starting out
A good place to start would be with kits, Coopers, Tooheys etc. They come
with very simple instructions on the can, and you really can't go wrong, you
can purchase them at just about any super market.
I also agree with Derric the how to brew is very good, it covers
sterilization, secondary fermentation, kits and grains and more.
For you first brew, I wouldn't worry about using a secondary fermentator
(unless you already have one) just bottle straight from the primary. at
least then if latter on you try it you'll see the difference it makes, most
brews but not all come out better with a secondary fermentator.
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