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  • Lowell,MA
  • Started brewing a few years ago and went nuts with it! At the same time however I was conducting bass tournaments with equal madness, so I got burned out and stopped brewing just over 2 years ago...but I'm back! Sold my AG stuff,going to do it the simple way for a bit ....
  • Grandkids,fishing,brewing,woodworking
  • Truck driver/mechanic
  • Ken King
  • Country
  • I like stuff that makes me laugh
  • American Bass Anglers
  • Son gave me a True Brew kit about 5 years ago. Quite quickly built brewing structure and went all grain. Burned out and lost interest just over 2 years ago. Now on kitchen stove with extract and extract with grains.
  • Something similar to a California Common and possibly a seasonal beer for Christmas
  • None
  • Snowy Mountain Pale Ale
  • None
  • Will be kegging the first time with this batch
  • Male
  • Married


  • Posted in thread: Score (oh, and I'm back!) on 08-29-2009 at 02:50 PM
    I don't mind $28 for 20 pounds.... I was paying $16 at a different place to get my 5lber
    filled. Also, as long as that 20 will last me it'll figure out to pennies a day.

  • Posted in thread: Score (oh, and I'm back!) on 08-29-2009 at 12:04 PM
    My supplier had previously told me that any tank I brought in (any CO2 tank that is) would be
    fine as the company that refills them tests them all. The $28 was total cost.

  • Posted in thread: Score (oh, and I'm back!) on 08-29-2009 at 11:30 AM
    I took another break from HBing so I haven't been here in a bit, but I managed a score
    yesterday I just had to share.I was dumping a load of scrap at a salvage year when I noticed
    what looked to be a ...

  • Posted in thread: Using a pasta maker to mill grain. on 03-15-2009 at 11:10 PM
    I like the drill bit idea... sounds like a lot less work than the pounding with a file I did
    for mine.I just today moved a batch to secondary that I did with my pasta mill. I'd have to
    look up the gra...

  • Posted in thread: Kegerator in basement-taps in kitchen on 01-19-2009 at 01:57 AM
    Someone on here ran their beer lines through a larger pipe, pvc maybe, along with lines that
    were attached to a pump that ran continuously, pumping from, and back to, a container of water
    or water/ant...

  • Posted in thread: Looking for heatstick(s) on 01-19-2009 at 12:08 AM
    The only issue I'd have with those is length... looks like you could drop the entire thing in
    boil kettle full of water. Other than that they do look good

  • Posted in thread: Looking for heatstick(s) on 01-18-2009 at 09:47 PM
    Geez, maybe I should retool the plant for another item. Saw an Ebay listing for an "Extra heavy
    duty wort chiller" ...but with no specs I emailed the guy. Turned out the "extra heavy duty"
    chiller, wi...

  • Posted in thread: Looking for heatstick(s) on 01-18-2009 at 09:42 PM
    Ah shucks.... thanks fer carin'

  • Posted in thread: Looking for heatstick(s) on 01-18-2009 at 07:41 PM
    Ok, you all convinced me (well, you and my already held concerns about liability) and I removed
    the ebay listing.

  • Posted in thread: Starting up the brew rig on its maiden voyage!! on 01-18-2009 at 02:09 PM
    Congratulations on your successful run! Now you'll be making so many brews you'll run out of
    all those kegs!

Following Stats
In Primary: Empty In Primary 2: Long Day Ale In Primary 3; Empty Small Primary: Empty In Secondary: SMaSh Ale (dry hopping) In Keg: Apefelwein Keg 2: English pale ale Keg3:Cola Soda Keg4; Snowy Mountain APA In Bottles: Some Bud for my clueless friends. Next up: Brown Puppy Ale (Old Brown Dog clone) My Blog: http://kking.wordpress.com/

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