Can anyone suggest a good traditional Porter kit

About to start my second beer, so still a beginner. Can any one suggest a good Porter kit? Is it to soon to brew a Porter, meaning do you need to be more adept at brewing.
I like west cost porters like Sierra Nevada Porter, Full Sail Porter (Oregon), etc, so anything similar would be great.
Thanks!
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TrailBlazer
> About to start my second beer, so still a beginner. Can any one > suggest a good Porter kit? Is it to soon to brew a Porter, meaning do > you need to be more adept at brewing. > > I like west cost porters like Sierra Nevada Porter, Full Sail Porter > (Oregon), etc, so anything similar would be great. > > Thanks! > I'd recommend the Porter kit sold by Dan Listermann (listermann.com). It ferments quickly, so there's some chance of your airlock being blown out of the lid of your fermenter by the foam... For the first couple of days, I keep the fermenter in my bathtub, with the shower curtain drawn, to contain any eruptions.
Karl S. -- And whosoever will be chief among you, let him be your servant. Matthew 20:27 KJV
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And whosoever will be chief among you, let him be your servant.
Matthew 20:27 KJV
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Karl S.
I did a stout my first batch, and I'm doing a porter on my 3rd. They're not any more difficult than anything else I've brewed (which isn't much). I get my kits from The Beernut, in slc. www.beernut.com > About to start my second beer, so still a beginner. Can any one > suggest a good Porter kit? Is it to soon to brew a Porter, meaning do > you need to be more adept at brewing. > > I like west cost porters like Sierra Nevada Porter, Full Sail Porter > (Oregon), etc, so anything similar would be great. > > Thanks! >
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Matt

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