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I admit that I am more focused on distilling than being able to make a beer from grain, and that needs to be addressed soon because the SD distributors have been pulling me into beer for a long time but I have resisted their every effort.
I don't usually drink beer and I've never made an all grain beer (did a syrup kit a couple of times many years ago).
Did all corn mash a few times with meager results.
The beer market is many times bigger than the distillation market but as I said I don't really understand it.
I know only enough to be dangerous and precious little else - typical of anyone that can read but has no first-hand experience.
There is tons of info but... but... but... I have all the reasons to procrastinate. I need to learn how to make a quality beer to be able to take the next step up the ladder. There is a homebrew professor in Shanghai that I need to make my BFF and I'll probably need to buy some equipment. This is going to be a learning experience as I go from moron to semi-competence.
I don't enjoy publicly admitting how stupid I am about making all grain beer but until I am confident to do it I can't help develop products for it. All grain is a learning curve for me.
Tan does not drink a drop but somehow I must get her interested else this dies a quick death because going to Shanghai to be with my new BFF will take her being interested too.
(And in my distilling mind I'm thinking forget the hops because I'll distill the "beer" anyway. Stinking thinking?)