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I THINK it worked? Used it when I got off of creatine and there hasn't been any drop off, so it must be good.
For very little money this is a very good place to start if you have any interest what so ever in home brewing. I am on my 3rd Mr. Beer batch. I have learned a great deal about brewing for very little initial money. Yes, there is a good chance that if you love home brewing you will move up to a 5-gallon kit, but even then, no real money lost with this inexpensive kit, mostly paying for the beer mixes which you will drink so not wasted. Yes, there is a good chance you could mess up or just not like the quality of beer made and again little lost on this purchase. For me, I like the 2-gallon size. I like the creating and brewing as much as the drinking, so 5-gallon batches would be too much for me (although following economics of scale it is cheaper per gallon). Some of the older reviews (pre 2013 or so) refer to the old Mr. Beer style equipment and beer batches. I never tried those but "most" agree the new Cooper's stuff is better. This is a hobby (like most actually) that you will get back what you put in. If you just want to add water, mix and drink a few weeks later, you probably don't care much about the beer you drink or you will be greatly disappointed. If you want to learn how beer is made, understand the basics and slowly learn to expand you abilities and the beer you make, this kit will work fine. I am now adding hops and malts and steeping grains in a standard Mr. Beer batch, none of which are required, but also very possible to enhance and customize your final product. There is a pretty good amount of info online and dedicated Mr. Beer group eager to answer your questions and a good variety of beer mixes to choose from and experiment with (and once you know what you are doing you don't have to just use Mr. Beer ingredients, you can use any you like, scaled as needed). There may very well be better, larger, more expensive kits out there and of course you can spend 1000's on all grain brewing, but for bang for the buck and the POSSIBILITY (if you make the efforts and have patience (something you truly need a great deal of in this hobby)) of making some pretty good beer while you learn how deeply you want to take this hobby, this is a pretty good place to start and learn. I don't see myself replacing my kit anytime soon, just learning more about brewing and modifying my recipes.
This modem is perfect for a studio apartment. It's small enough to set it on just about any piece of furniture without it being noticable and setup is quick and easy. Just plug everything in, wait about five minutes for the lights to stop flashing, call the Internet provider, give them some numbers, and you're off and running. If you later decide to use a router to connect and aren't able to get online any more, just unplug it from the outlet, plug it back in, and it should recognize the router and allow you to connect. Internet speeds have also been pretty good, as I've been able to stream HD movies without any problems. Overall, this modem is a great purchase, especially for the price.
I purchased this right before a pole performance. I knew my palms would be sweaty and wanted to have the right amount of grip for my performance. I had used this product in class before owning my own bottle, so was familiar with the quantity that was appropriate for me to get enough stick without being overly tacky. Experiment with how much or how little you need on your hands and you'll find this is a great product to add to your pole practice. I think I've used this before on hot summer nights on my calves too to help with climbing. Again, experiment and you'll find good grip uses for this product.
These probiotics were recommended to me by my gastroenterologist. I have ulcerative colitis. I have to say that my symptoms (diarrhea, gas, nausea) have definitely improved after being on this product for 3 months. Thanks Align!