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BYO Article on LOB

Postby Big Monk » Thu Mar 01, 2018 10:34 pm

Bryan and I had the chance to prepare and publish a procedural article for Brew Your Own:

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If there was anything disappointing about the final article, it’s that they had to cut our “Suggested Reading” list, which included Kunze, Narziß, Fix, a few Bamforth papers, Bamforths “Freshness”, and the V3 GBF paper.
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Re: BYO Article on LOB

Postby lupulus » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:24 am

Congratulations !! Anything new not in the LOB website, or just an organized summary (not that you do not have that already in the website !)
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Re: BYO Article on LOB

Postby Big Monk » Fri Mar 02, 2018 10:52 am

lupulus wrote:Congratulations !! Anything new not in the LOB website, or just an organized summary (not that you do not have that already in the website !)


Really nothing new. You won't find anything you haven't seen at some point at LOB.com or here at the GBF. It really functions as a thorough procedural. It was impossible to go into the gory details about process and our opinions given the space constraints (~3,500 words) but I think we managed to come up with a pretty thorough guide for people to try out the principles.

Again, I wish they included the references, as they were intended to draw attention to the main sources of information that inform the methods, but overall it turned out well.
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Re: BYO Article on LOB

Postby lupulus » Fri Mar 02, 2018 2:05 pm

Big Monk wrote:
lupulus wrote:Congratulations !! Anything new not in the LOB website, or just an organized summary (not that you do not have that already in the website !)


Really nothing new. You won't find anything you haven't seen at some point at LOB.com or here at the GBF. It really functions as a thorough procedural. It was impossible to go into the gory details about process and our opinions given the space constraints (~3,500 words) but I think we managed to come up with a pretty thorough guide for people to try out the principles.

Again, I wish they included the references, as they were intended to draw attention to the main sources of information that inform the methods, but overall it turned out well.


Thanks Derek!
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