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    ABOUT ME

  • Beer,Bowling,Disc Gold,African Cichlids,Bourbon,Scotch,Photography
  • Liquor Store Manager
  • Brad Balk
  • NIN, MGMT, Chris Cornell, White Stripes, Saul Williams, David Bowie
  • Current setup is a Single Tier with 3 Blichmann Burners, 2 March pumps, a 15 Gallon Mega Pot HLT, 20 Gallon Blichmann Mash Tun, 20 Gallon Mega Pot Boil Kettle. Also have a 15 cubic foot, 4 handle Keezer/lagering Fridge.
  • Nothing, just did last batch before winter, will be busy retooling my brewstand and building a milling station over the winter.
  • Female
  • Married
  • Clinton
  • IA

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  • Posted in thread: Laphroaig Ale on 08-17-2013 at 02:36 AM
    Still one of my favorites, I brew a batch every year now, each one a little different than the
    last. Here was the last version.11 Gallon Batch14lbs 2-Row6lbs Munich 3lbs Cherry Wood
    Smoked3lbs Peat Sm...

  • Posted in thread: Tower of Power on 04-03-2013 at 04:38 PM
    Ok that makes sense, the pump is pulling the grain together then it absorbs water and expands
    and that causes it to stick. I guess I have been lucky its never been a problem before for me.

  • Posted in thread: Tower of Power on 04-03-2013 at 02:15 PM
    I use a 20 gallon kettle with a false bottom. Here is my procedure, which is basically
    recommended in the TOP owner's manual.Add strike water, start pump, set module to desired temp
    (this temp can be ...

  • Posted in thread: Tower of Power on 04-02-2013 at 05:25 PM
    I'm hooking up a Mash Control Module this week to my system, I honestly haven't really read
    through the instructions yet or maybe I would know the answer, but how do you start your Mash
    with it connec...

  • Posted in thread: Buy a pump or counterflow wort chiller? on 04-02-2013 at 04:47 PM
    I wouldn't use a counterflow unless I had the pump to go with it. So if it where me I would get
    the pump first which will make collecting your wort much easier and then later add a
    counterflow or Plat...

  • Posted in thread: Which burner do you prefer, and why? on 04-02-2013 at 04:35 PM
    https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-jz5H1NNziZ4/T2H_q5VDngI/AAAAAAAAAp4/0PfsA-xj1Vs/s903/2012-03
    -14_16-27-05_523.jpgDefinitely love the blichmann's, I specifically wanted them because they
    have the lit...

  • Posted in thread: Maltstrosity - Big Malty Stong Ale on 01-13-2013 at 06:19 PM
    Good Luck to you, Can't wait to hear how it turns out. I did a 10 gallon batch this fall, I'm
    drinking the first 5 gallons right now, with the second five gallons ageing on wet Cabernet
    barrel wine ch...

  • Posted in thread: How soon can I steal Yeast from my Conical? on 10-10-2012 at 01:42 PM
    Let the beer ferment out. 1335 should go fast and floc tight. Dump a little bit of yeast and
    trub. Collect the middle creamy layer and pitch direct (that's the healthiest yeast), and
    discard the last ...

  • Posted in thread: How soon can I steal Yeast from my Conical? on 10-09-2012 at 05:02 PM
    I'm using a Blichmann 27 gallon, purely because I got a really good deal on it. So far I really
    like it, it seems really nice and I can bet I'm going to be buying another in the near future,
    it seems ...

  • Posted in thread: How soon can I steal Yeast from my Conical? on 10-09-2012 at 01:59 PM
    So I just got my first Conical and brewed 10 gallons of imperial Porter Saturday. I used a
    2-Liter starter from a stir plate of wyeast 1335. I'm considering doing an English Mild on
    Wednesday(tomorrow...

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Primary 10 Gallons of Quad 10 Gallons of Gratzer 10 Gallons of Imperial Alt 10 Gallons of Imperial Stout 5 Gallons Double Dry Hopped Space Kolsch Secondary Weller Special Reserve Bourbon Barrel full English Barleywine 5 Gallons of Scotch Barrel Aged Baltic Porter On Tap Right now Rye Saison - Space Kolsch - Porter - Wet Hopped Pale
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