Stevan Rakic
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Home brewing starter kits

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lucius Artorius Castus Oct 8, 2014. 7 Replies

Hello all.  I am planning on doing home beer brewing this fall and was hoping that I could get some advice if anyone has experience.  While I have read on the matter, I am struggling to pick out a…Continue

Need Help With Flood Relief

Started Jun 4, 2014 0 Replies

Hello all.  So I am part of a nonprofit called 28.Jun, which helps displaced families in Eastern Europe and the Balkans, as most of our members have our roots there.  I know the western media did not…Continue

Monthly skill set

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stevan Rakic Mar 17, 2014. 27 Replies

So last year I decided to make a list of daily activities and reminders, which has worked out quite well for me.  It started after I came across an article on AoM about a 15minute morning workout.…Continue

Lifting on a vegan diet

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chuck Knight Mar 13, 2014. 46 Replies

I am not a vegan, but for the next 44 days I will be on a vegan diet.I am an Orthodox Christian, and during Lent we do not eat any meat or dairy products.  I have been doing this fast for years and…Continue

 

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Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"That kit is an excellent choice. If it's cheaper there, go with it. For your first batch, just get a style you like and try it out. Don't worry to much about the fine details."
Oct 8, 2014
Keith D replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"It really depends on where you're getting your kit from. Some starter kits are more on the same level as deluxe kits from other retailers. Can you see yourself going all-grain in the near future? If so, pick out items that can handle a larger…"
Oct 8, 2014
Stevan Rakic replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"Sorry it took me so long to respond.  I was working all weekend.  My local place carries the Brewer's Best kit. http://clevelandbrewshop.com/brewing-equipment/beer-making-kits/deluxe-beer-making-equipment-kit-1002"
Oct 5, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"I could have sworn I already asked this.... Which kit does you LBHS carry? Brewers Best make a few."
Oct 2, 2014
Stevan Rakic replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"So I found this one from Midwest http://www.midwestsupplies.com/brewing-starter-kit-1.html And this one from Love2Brew http://www.love2brew.com/Complete-Beer-Making-Kit-p/bek002.htm Finally there is this one from Brewer's…"
Sep 28, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"Oh yeah.... then there's the one gallon All grain kits from Midwest brewing supply. They are an absolutely amazing way to get into brewing. They make about a 6 pack of beer, and start you off in all grain, which is where you'll end up…"
Sep 28, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Home brewing starter kits
"Get the best kit you can afford. The hobby quickly becomes a sickness, and you'll be constantly buying new things for it. As far as ingredient kits go, BSE kiss are great for the beginner. But mostly any kit that isn't "Mr.…"
Sep 28, 2014
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Home brewing starter kits

Hello all.  I am planning on doing home beer brewing this fall and was hoping that I could get some advice if anyone has experience.  While I have read on the matter, I am struggling to pick out a starter kit.  Does anyone have any suggestions for starter kits?  Is it better to go with a basic kit or a deluxe kit when starting?  Finally, which company has the best ingredients?-StevanSee More
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After 4years of growing out my hair, I finally cut it. Donated it to Children With Hair Loss. Feels good to be free of it, support a good cause, and look like a man again.…
Jun 4, 2014
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Need Help With Flood Relief

Hello all.  So I am part of a nonprofit called 28.Jun, which helps displaced families in Eastern Europe and the Balkans, as most of our members have our roots there.  I know the western media did not do a very good job of showing the flood damage that swept Croatia, Serbia, and Bosnia; however those of us who have family and friends in the Balkans watched in horror as our homelands were destroyed.Our organization has raised over $1.5 million in aid and are now trying to ship over the supplies…See More
Jun 4, 2014
Stevan Rakic replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Monthly skill set
"Great stuff.  I thank you all for the feedback.  There is some really good stuff here that didn't even cross my mind.  I especially like the suggestions with practical uses.  My copy of AoM new book just came in the mail…"
Mar 17, 2014
John Muir replied to Stevan Rakic's discussion Monthly skill set
" Knot Tying Astrolabe Celestial Observation Magic Tricks and Visual Learning Tools Conducive To Evangelism Boxing - learn to rock a speed bag Le Petomane Animal Husbandry Botany Sketch Art Caligraphy and Penmanship Whittling Cartography Poker Chess "
Mar 16, 2014

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books, beer, and running
Books
I read, and like just about anything that is handed to me. Currently working on reading all the books on the list "100 books every man should read" located at the end of Art of Manliness
Movies
Star Wars, obviously I like more than just this. But who has time to list them.
Music
Classical
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Measure seven times, cut once

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At 7:47pm on February 7, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hi Stevan, welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

At 5:48pm on February 4, 2014, Fred S Davenport, Jr said…

Welcome, Stevan! So glad to have you join us.

 
 
 

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