Old Extract labels

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  1. Conservidave

    Conservidave New Member

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    I got these from a friend who used to brew years ago and thought they were pretty cool........
     

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    Neat! I used to use quite a lot of Black Rock extract when I was brewing in NZ.
    Don't think I ever used the NZ Draught though...
     
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    It's funny how on the Iron Master labels they say " No Boiling Required" as if the kits weren't easy enough as they were. I think it was to help remove some or all of the cloudyness in the beer that boiling can generate which i
    suppose was a turn off to those who were used to their Budweiser, Coors etc..
     
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    Those are pretty cool! They would look good in a frame in the Man Cave
     

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