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Aaah, making your own brewski!

An excellent hobby. I've been neglecting it for almost 4 years now. Before that time, I brewed a 50 liter batch once a year.

The bassplayer of my band and me would make our famous Barbarian Blues Beer ©. Experimenting with the ingredients would allways make sure we had loads of fun during the brewing-process.

And while our first tries were pretty horrible tasting (add too much sugar, and it may look like, and taste like, bad wine), the quality quickly improved over the 8 years that I've brewed beer. It's definitely worth trying, fellow monks.

Almost as much fun as skydiving, but that's an entirely different off topic post ;)

Cheers, Teabag
Sure there's more than one way, but one just needs one anyway - Teabag

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