What's ya cost saver?

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Neil Whittaker

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@prog99 - That was an interesting read!!!!

Right then... challenge on.. A recycled beer.

The plan
Parti-Gyle recycled grain.
2nd Gen Bittering and whirlpool hops.
Harvested yeast.
Re-use Co2 from fermentation to perge bottles / keg.

Fresh water despite some suggestions. No twang wanted :vomitintoilet:
 

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@prog99 - That was an interesting read!!!!

Right then... challenge on.. A recycled beer.

The plan
Parti-Gyle recycled grain.
2nd Gen Bittering and whirlpool hops.
Harvested yeast.
Re-use Co2 from fermentation to perge bottles / keg.

Fresh water despite some suggestions. No twang wanted :vomitintoilet:
Interesting.
I think I'll pass on that.
As in,
"All the beer served in this establishment has been passed by the management".
 

prog99

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@prog99 - That was an interesting read!!!!

Right then... challenge on.. A recycled beer.

The plan
Parti-Gyle recycled grain.
2nd Gen Bittering and whirlpool hops.
Harvested yeast.
Re-use Co2 from fermentation to perge bottles / keg.

Fresh water despite some suggestions. No twang wanted :vomitintoilet:
Let us know how you get on , I don't think its such a daft idea.
 

DavidDetroit

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Just brewing at home is my cost-saver. Instead of $4 dollars per beer, I pay $1 per beer.
I don't have specific techniques like have been mentioned. I don't save yeast or reuse anything. I guess I save the water that would go in the drain and use it outside but that's it.
 

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