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  1. Would love to see a post on preferred practices for kegging and carbonating. Love the blog, thanks and keep it up.

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    1. That's a good idea, ill out it on my short-list.

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  2. From the looks of 1012 you have really been enjoying yourself :)
    http://pdtnc.wordpress.com Here's my fun :)

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    1. Hopefully I can brew at least that much again this year =) Nice blog btw.

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  3. Love this Blog Scott... Wondering if you have ever had Founders double trouble. It is a beer i have tried to clone a few times, without much success.. Seems like your pretty on it with some of your clones, and I myself have takin on few of your recipes. thx for the huge info source and time it takes to get this stuff up and for all to see...

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  4. Morning Scott...Thanks for all the info you've put together...I have used your ideas religiously...

    I have a question regarding the gelatin fining process...I've used this for the last 23 brews, I have one that seems to be stuck. Dropped in the gelatin mixture about 8 days ago in a 6 gallon batch. It's cleared
    about 4 inches so far and doesn't appear it wants to go down any further. Any suggestions? If email os preferred, ricki.sattler@yahoo.com.

    Thanks, Rick

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    1. I've had a few batches where that's happened, and I've yet to figure out why. I'm not sure if those were the times I was off on the gelatin/water ratio, or maybe it had something to do with the malt in that beer. I have no idea.

      The gelatin has already dropped out, so feel free to keg/bottle the beer at this point. It just might remain hazy...

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  5. PLEASE hurry up and write that Baby RuinTen DIPA!!! I'm on board just from the title alone! Cheers!

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    1. Very soon. I'm almost done writing the next 2-3 posts.

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    2. I'm just being impatient. A lot goes into your posts and I for one appreciate that especially seeing as you have a life outside of this blog. Looking forward to it.

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  6. Hey man do you think you'll ever brew a Deschutes clone? Im fairly new to brewing and I wish I knew how to dissect clone recipes so well. They give you the ingredients to a lot of their beers on their website but leave out some crucial information. Thanks!

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