I took the BJCP exam with about 15 other people last weekend; indeed there is an extraordinary amount of preparation that goes in to it. It was the fastest three hours I've had in a long time.
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It depends on a few different factors. First, it's very common for a brewpub to contract out bottled products, as bottling lines take up a lot of space and tend to be very expensive. Not something that most brewpubs have room for. If a brewpub has a particular beer that sells well, and they have off...
- Wed Oct 25, 2006 1:14 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: Brewing newbie, got a question
- Replies: 4
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Indeed, used kegs can make great brew pots, but like the previous poster noted, buying a keg of beer and paying the deposit is stealing; the deposit does not pay the brewer the price of replacing a keg. However there are plenty of companies out there that sell used kegs and converted kegs. Sabco com...
- Wed Oct 25, 2006 12:54 pm
- Forum: BeerTools Pro General Topics
- Topic: Beer Tools Pro under Linux/WINE
- Replies: 3
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Just curious, has anyone tried running the Windows version of Beer Tools Pro under Linux with WINE? If so, is there any loss of functionality?