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This evening I am having some Christmas beers we saved.

Right now I am partaking in Thirsty Dog's 12 Dogs of Christmas

:cheers:
 

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I had a 2011 stout from jester king

I had too many mason jars of ipa, too
 

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For you home brewers, do you have to obtain some kind of license for that or just fire away?
 

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Right on, always wondered that. Suppose if you packaged it up for sale it'd be different tho.
 

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For you home brewers, do you have to obtain some kind of license for that or just fire away?
No - you'd only need a 'license' if you planned on selling it, or *technically* if you made more than considered for 'home use' (depends on the state). If you need help/guidance, say the word. I will get you up and going. #God'sWork
 

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Not enough. I am at work. When get home will go with St. George's Black Forest or some Gentleman Jack.
 

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Coffee...black.
 

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No - you'd only need a 'license' if you planned on selling it, or *technically* if you made more than considered for 'home use' (depends on the state). If you need help/guidance, say the word. I will get you up and going. #God'sWork
Word. For some reason I just imagine a room full of equipment, including a still contraption with gas heaters and such, lol.
 

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Only if you want to burn your house down. Plenty of contraptions, but brewing is outdoor work.
 

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We brew in the kitchen and garage out here. There really isn't too much danger involved if you know what you're doing
 

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It can be done in the kitchen, if you're doing extract brewing. And it's easier to use a wort chiller outside (you can use a tub with ice or cold water, but it's not ideal). If you're doing all-grain you're going to spend all day trying to heat the water necessary. It's just a whole lot easier using a turkey burner outside in my opinion. But the beauty of homebrewing is there 1000 ways to skin a cat.
 

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It can be done in the kitchen, if you're doing extract brewing. And it's easier to use a wort chiller outside (you can use a tub with ice or cold water, but it's not ideal). If you're doing all-grain you're going to spend all day trying to heat the water necessary. It's just a whole lot easier using a turkey burner outside in my opinion. But the beauty of homebrewing is there 1000 ways to skin a cat.
Are we talking about beer, Heisenberg?
 

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Hey, I don't add the chili p like Mike does, but I get by alright :)
 

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Once you've produced your wort (either by mixing extract with hot water or by steeping grains and draining) you typically bring the wort to a boil for an hour.
 

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