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Clibit

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Article from Brulosophy. He seems to have ditched adding any hops during the boil. And sparging. 

http://brulosophy.com/2014/12/22/18-ideas-to-help-simplify-your-brew-day/

He uses a pressure cooker to make canned starter worts in batches.

I've read elsewhere about brewers using pressure cookers to isomerise hops in 15 minutes.


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Interesting article. I doubt I'll be taking up most of the suggestions. I like the process too much when I do get around to brewing. I think I would have to learn a whole new process. 



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Another approach to simplifying your brewing, radical but logical...


https://onepotbrewing.wordpress.com/2015/06/12/8-ways-to-simplify-brewing/

Step by step...

https://onepotbrewing.com/process/

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Liking the sound of the sugar cubes for bottling idea.
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Some nice ideas.

Not sure how many more I'd adopt, following advice from other sites already tidy as I go and measure my hops during the mash. (I check i have more than enough prior to brewing)
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