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bretto

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has anyone done a two can home brand latley?
how was it
 

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Have done Malt shovel. Not too bad, but it would be better with a liquid yeast.... obviously depends on what style your brewing... do you have temp control?
 

bretto

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yea i can keep fermi at 18/19. or if its saf yeast i can keep it 9/13 degrees. i was going to dump two cans of home brand stuff down with no sugar at all.
 

bretto

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what do you think of adding a little chillie to each bottle for those cold winter nights
 

bretto

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thanks for that steve . thats helpful
 

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Just put down a 2 can brew of Cascade Golden Harvest Lager with Saflager. Pitched yeast at 16 degrees. OG 1048.

Will probably take 2 weeks to finish fermenting at 14 to 16 degrees.
 

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I put down a 2 can brew of Cascade Golden Harvest Lager with Saflager a few months ago and I was very pleased with the result. :beerbang:

Next time I will add a few noble hops and some liquid yeast.
 

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bretto,

Your avatar is very distracting.
 

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bretto,

Can you please try and post all your thoughts on a topic in one post rather than a sentence per post? This thread is getting a bit "thin". A slightly more "Safe for Work" avatar wouldn't go astray either.

Cheers,
PoMo.
 

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bretto,

Get your google going. There's plenty on this site, and even more on Grumpys, about this topic. Done to death, really.

In summary: 1. If you can find cheap kits, you save some money, 2. it's a quick way of making an all malt (extract) beer and 3. if fermented properly it makes a reasonable beer. But you will probably never make something you are truly proud of like that.
 

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