Hello from Ohio, USA

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TenBeers
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Joined: Thu Oct 10, 2019 3:22 pm
Model: 10 litres (2015)

Hello from Ohio, USA

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Hello, I bought a 10L back in 2016 and immediately brewed 3 batches. It is a beautiful machine, ex++ brew tool - certainly preferred over my previous 5 gallon rig. I confess my lack of quick success (expectations were way too high - I'm sure I'm not alone), I went back to "investing" in our growing craft beer providers, a patron of the arts so-to-speak. But recently, after watching those plucky amateur bakers on a season of The Great British Baking Show persevere over much greater obstacles, I decided to re-engage with my BM 10L and push through any hurdles.

Many thanks upfront to all who have added their experiences to this wonderful resource!

:beer:

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mashy
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Joined: Sat Aug 29, 2015 12:43 pm
Model: 20 litres
Location: Mercia

Re: Hello from Ohio, USA

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Welcome aboard.
The nice thing about this hobby is there is no right way.

If you feel it didn't make you grin, the first time, let's find a way that does....

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tsgreen
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Joined: Thu Sep 29, 2016 4:03 pm
Model: 50 litres
Location: Iowa

Re: Hello from Ohio, USA

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Its not how many times you fall down...

Cheers!! :beer:

TenBeers
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Joined: Thu Oct 10, 2019 3:22 pm
Model: 10 litres (2015)

Re: Hello from Ohio, USA

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mashy wrote:Welcome aboard.
The nice thing about this hobby is there is no right way.

If you feel it didn't make you grin, the first time, let's find a way that does....
Excellent advice - thanks! Keeping it fun is a great approach.

TenBeers
Posts: 8
Joined: Thu Oct 10, 2019 3:22 pm
Model: 10 litres (2015)

Re: Hello from Ohio, USA

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TenBeers wrote:
mashy wrote:Welcome aboard.
The nice thing about this hobby is there is no right way.

If you feel it didn't make you grin, the first time, let's find a way that does....
Excellent advice - thanks! Keeping it fun is a great approach.
Funny how I was ready to be done after 5+ hours of managing this brew, and then about 10 minutes after I had finished cleaning up I was thinking about the next one. :beerbang:

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mashy
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Model: 20 litres
Location: Mercia

Re: Hello from Ohio, USA

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Excellent. Does it make you drink faster?

I do think some peeps like the beer, some like the shiney stuff and some like the brewing by numbers. Its takes all sorts.

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