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Subject: Re: Is this feasible? Date: 5/6/2003 1:56 PM
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Used with a killer yeast like Distiller's, you could probably get a very dry/lo carb beer indeed. Note, however, that the taste will probably not be good and may benefit from a higher late hopping for flavor and aroma. Go easy on the bittering range -- say 3-5 IBU -- however, as that will only aggravate the condition. Whatever you do, DON'T send me a sample <g>!
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If I can't make it better tasting than what's already on the market, there's no point in bothering! Thanks for the further tips (*sound of notes being taken*)!!

If your seriously interested, I have a sci heavy brewing manual which should address many of your questions and I'm seriously thinking about selling it anyway
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Give me a good price and I promise not to send you any samples..
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(I used to be a pro brewer so I've got all sorts of wacky manuals and a small lab of my own!)
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Cool beans!
Personally, the Murray parents (in Madeline L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time") were big heros of mine as a kid for having a lab "out back" (although they were apparently more involved with quantum physics..)
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