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jwoodyu
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Posted Fri Nov 16, 2012, 11:47am
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Kristi Said:

I have to say I'm not into repeatability. Simply a good, tasty brew. Maybe slightly different each time, and that's great.  I want YUM.  And there are many different versions of YUM!  soft, sometimes chocolate, sometimes fruity,  but leaves me feeling a bit drunk.  Just my 3 cents. :D

Posted October 3, 2012 link

I am down with variety in the cup so long as I am the one causing the variety. Life might be like a box of chocolates but I that  let me decide what i am going to get.

 
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Posted Tue Nov 20, 2012, 7:52am
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Angman Said:

I believe the differences would be marginal as long as the person behind the machine is capable and can replicate the same process (grind, dose, tamp, temp). However, chances are those same processes may be easier to achieve consistently on a better machine (grouphead).

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Agree.
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