How many litres have you brewed individually

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I entered in 300-500 litres option but much closer 300, more like 350 litres. My first year of home brewing, all kits and I was delighted with the results. Still have plenty to get me through the Christmas. I'm going to get another one on next week.
 

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85 all grain brews and a bunch of kits and loads hedgerow wine.
So - cough cough - more than 1400l

Make me feel bad why don't you....
 

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I have no idea, I don’t actually really log my brew days in much detail.

Probably averages about one brew every 6 weeks (I’m usually once a month but sometimes more and I’ve had a couple of spells around moving house and stuff where I’ve gone about 3 months without brewing) for the last 5 years 7months, and I did 2 kits before that.

5yrs 7 months is 290 weeks. That’s 48.333 brew days, times 20L is 966L plus the 2 kits at 23L each is 1,012.
 

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I am roughly 650-700 litres I think. Thats since starting in January 2020.
 

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Just over 1050 since I started all grain and keeping records. Add on the kits and stove toppers I did, I would say 1100
 

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Is it worse if you rarely have guests and keep running out of supplies? Or have malt Miller and CML on friends and family?
Dunno but one Christmas the only text I got Christmas morning was "from all your friends at kebab ye" on the high Street.
 

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