[VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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LaMerABoire
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[VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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Hello !

Here is a little video presentation of our small brewery in the south of France. We brew on a 200L Brau.



Don't hesitate if you have any questions :)

La Mer A Boire :beer:

Growler
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Re: [VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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Congratulations La Mer A Boire, you have a wonderful micro brewery. I see and get a great feel for it :cheers:

Just one question; re the transfer to bottles is that already carbonated beer or are you bottle carbonating?

Cheers

gert
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Re: [VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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Nice one!

Love the BM200!


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LaMerABoire
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Re: [VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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Thanks for the messages ! :D

Indeed we are bottle carbonating.

Athnik
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Re: [VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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Hi there,

Congrats on your setup, i am also looking to move on to building a 200L nanobrewery and was wondering if you could tell me what the total brewing time from filling the 200L with water to being ready to transfer the wort to the fermenter is?

Thanks!

IPA
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Re: [VIDEO] Our small 200L Brewery in the south of France

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Here's a couple of questions. What is your range of beers. What yeast do you use strain/liquid or dry. How do you market it and at what price. We don't live too far from you do you welcome visitors.

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