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The use of malt extract in homebrewing.

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All grain is cheaper (in the not-so-long run), you get way more flexibility on your grain bill and mash, I'd argue it's more fun, and it's really easy to do.
answered Nov 9 '10 by PMV
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I once had a delicious "American Cervesa" that was kegged into an uncleaned root beer keg. It was really freaking delicious. Definitely had a noticeable root beer flavor.
answered Nov 16 '10 by PMV