So I have the kit. The cans of stuff, the yeast packet, some tubes and the big plastic barrel that you ferment the stuff in… Actually I have two kits, partially complete each but mostly complete between them. I think I could start, if I would just get around to doing it. Though after it was started I’d have to find some bottles before they were needed. The other thing that worries me is, how am I going to keep it cool enough? We usually want the house warmer than the recommended temperature. And it isn’t easy to keep it below that in Houston, in the summer.
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