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    Making a Simple Lager More Interesting

    Ah, OK, thanks for the advice. Well, we ended up going two different lager extracts so I guess the yeast difference will matter even less, hopefully. And been spending some time recording ambient temperatures at different parts of my place at different times of the day, so I think I've found a...
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    Making a Simple Lager More Interesting

    Massive thanks for the info, YAPN! Yeah, reckon the doubling up and adding some hops at least sounds good to spruce it up. Would adding two different kids of yeast to the brew together clash at all? Like would they have different ideal brewing temperatures to consider? Also, is there any...
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    Making a Simple Lager More Interesting

    Yeah, good call about starting simple. We gonna try not to complicate things too much, but just didn't want to brew a beer we didn't like as the first time and lose interest in home brewing. I hadn't tried out the spreadsheet or checked out Mangrove Jack's stuff yet, so thanks for the heads up!
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    Making a Simple Lager More Interesting

    Hey! So, and friend of mine and I aren't particularly experienced home brewers, and are looking at getting the Coopers DIY kit. I saw this comes with an easy starting brew (ingredients and instructions) which seems to be a pretty simple lager that looks to finish at around 3.5% ABV by my...
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