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April 09, 2010


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Cool stuff, Kevin. Homebrewin' is awesome.

I would also add that home winemaking/cidermaking is probably even easier than beermaking (at least from a cleanliness perspective) and that home winemakers can make up to 100 gallons of wine for personal use (200 per household). That's a lot of wine!

Don't go buying a still to make brandy, though. Distilling alcohol (without filing a mountain of paperwork) is still illegal.

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