Symon Pierce, Christchurch, NZ
I use the WW for a lot of simple all grain recipes and to produce a nice easy extract beer and cider in a short amount of time. For big hoppy ales I use my grainfather and do a two stage in the conical with temperature control as I find it better for aroma hops. I don't usually use the ww for serving as I will normally keg what I make and use the kegerator. The main benefit of having the ww in my arsenal is that I can make a simple, great tasting brew that's ready to drink in 8 days. I have done over 20 brews in the WW since I purchased it mid-last year, and it's not very often that there's not something cooking.