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From: Jeffrey Muday <mudayja@wfunet.wfu.edu>
Subject: unknown
Date: 1992-07-07 15:30:42 GMT

Homebrewers:

I'm new to the homebrewing hobby (on my third batch). Thus far, I have
used only a single stage brewing method-- my primary is a closed 6.5 gal
food-grade plastic pail.

Will I achieve better tasting beer by switching to the
"blow-off" carboy single-stage system as described in Papazian's
COMPLETE JOY OF HOMEBREWING?

I made a "kit" beer by Brewmart that included a fining agent called
isinglass. I am unfamiliar with this stuff: it claims it contains
sulphur dioxide preservative--should I use it?

I am also interested in brewing beers that are similar in flavor to
Grolsch and Heineken. I would appreciate any recipes that would
approximate these beers.

Thanks,

- --Jeff

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