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    Default @ the Mead class at UC Davis

    Anyone else going?
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    I wish....would be interesting, but, unfortunately, the real world keeps getting in my way

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    Nah......it's a bit too far......
    here's me home brewing blog (if anyones interested....)
    and don't forget
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    yeah its goin to be a chunk of money for me but im really interested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbloke View Post
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    I hope you can let us know what they included and how their ideas differ from the accepted practises on Gotmead...
    "The main ingredient needed is 'time' followed closely by 'patience'." - The Bishop 2013
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevette Girl View Post
    I hope you can let us know what they included and how their ideas differ from the accepted practises on Gotmead...
    exactly what I was thinking.....

    My browser just gives a 404 for the "download the flier" link at the bottom of their page.......
    here's me home brewing blog (if anyones interested....)
    and don't forget
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    I would be fairly surprised if they had any useful information not already on the forums. Key word being useful.
    Better brewing through science!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbloke View Post
    exactly what I was thinking.....

    My browser just gives a 404 for the "download the flier" link at the bottom of their page.......
    Ill try my best to take good notes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by loveofrose View Post
    I would be fairly surprised if they had any useful information not already on the forums. Key word being useful.
    Well ive only been at it since last May, I think i have the basics down from trial and error but Im looking to take it to the next level. Still experimenting with acid blends. But i think it would be nice to look someone in the eye and say drink this, what do you think?
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    Quote Originally Posted by McJeff View Post
    But i think it would be nice to look someone in the eye and say drink this, what do you think?
    I use the ladies in my family for this. They are very harsh critics that won't hesitate to tell me something is terrible. If it gets past them, it is damn good.
    Better brewing through science!

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