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05-01-2010

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    ABOUT ME

  • Colorado Springs
  • Been brewing mainly ale type beers (AG) since 2008. Started lagering and kegging in 2010. Now brew just about any kind of AG beer; if you can drink it I'll brew it.
  • Pilot
  • Anything wet
  • None
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  • All sorts of beer; probably about 40+
  • Probably about 20-30 different beers
  • Male
  • Married

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  • Posted in thread: New to UT, LHBS & more on 07-15-2013 at 12:40 AM
    Howdy fellow Utah brewers. I just moved in from CO to Kaysville and have a few questions about
    getting started AG brewing here.1. What LHBS do you recommend? I did a search and found one up
    in Ogden a...

  • Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 12-31-2012 at 10:33 PM
    Man, we could have saved a lot of chaos by going from post 1 directly to this one.
    :drunk::mug:If you do run the numbers, don't forget to consider the surface area between the
    headspace and beer. I th...

  • Posted in thread: Honey Orange Hefeweizen on 12-30-2012 at 07:55 PM
    Just brewed this yesterday, can't wait! Although I altered the original recipe: increased grain
    bill by 15%, increased IBU by 2, using Wyeast 3068 instead of 3056 (LHBS limitation), and used
    half a ja...

  • Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 06-01-2011 at 07:46 AM
    Bobby M -Well, no answer from the prof yet. Found out he's now the associate Dean at the AF
    Academy, so he's probably not going to respond. However, I've come a little ways tonight. But
    all I've been ...

  • Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 05-27-2011 at 04:38 AM
    Yes, that's an important part of the equation. The psi difference on the surface area (not
    necessarily the entire empty head-volume) is a factor; as well as the volume of liquid being
    carb'd. Obviousl...

  • Posted in thread: Keg Force Carbing Methods Illustrated on 05-27-2011 at 03:57 AM
    Okay, for you scientifically inclined/minded...I finally read through this whole thread and
    think my BS/MS degrees can help out those in need of empirical evidence on solubility of CO2
    into a liquid. ...

  • Posted in thread: Vanilla Caramel Cream Ale on 12-21-2010 at 06:05 PM
    Yeah, it took a few months for the flavors to mellow. You'll taste the vanilla for sure at
    first. I still have some from this summer and the flavor profile is much more subdued now after
    sitting in th...

  • Posted in thread: How many gallons of homebrew in 2010? on 12-21-2010 at 12:23 AM
    5 Demise Belgian5 Irish Red5 Hoegaarden Clone5 Koelsch5 Jasmine IPA5 Duvel Clone5 Gulden Draak
    Clone5 Sierra NV Pale Ale Clone5 Pumpkin5 Nut Brown Ale5 Christmas Porter5 Negra Modelo
    (fermenting)+ 60 ...

  • Posted in thread: Vanilla Caramel Cream Ale on 12-21-2010 at 12:03 AM
    @ Novabrew... I meant to reply to ya a couple of days ago. I always take copious notes on all
    the brews I do. When I brewed this I bought "real" pure vanilla extract and not imitation. I
    put 4 oz into...

  • Posted in thread: Backwards Lines = Mess on 11-18-2010 at 02:47 AM
    Devilshprune, thanks for the insight. Understand your bubble analogy. I was just thinking since
    the CO2 actually makes contact with the beer that it may carb faster than injecting it into the
    headspac...

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