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    I brewed my first 10 gallon batch today, and everything went off without a hitch.
     
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    Same efficiency numbers lined up? More beer in roughly same amount of time:).
     
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    Numbers hit right on the money per the recipe, as for time frame it took me 1 hour longer to brew 10 gallons so it was a 7 hour brewday.

    I brewed an Oktoberfest because I ran out, I now have 10 gallons of Oktoberfest 5 gallons of 9.8% wine cooler for the misses, that tastes almost identical to seagrams Jamaican me happy wine coolers, and 5 gallons of a Belgian blonde infused with apple, still conditioning but already tastes really good.

    In 2 or 3 weeks I'll be brewing again, I have one more keg open, and a friend is interested in brewing, after he helped me drink 3 of my kegs of helles.

    And I can honestly say, I still get excited for brewday, alot like opening day of hunting season. Still having fun.
     

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