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    ABOUT ME

  • Learning about and
    brewing beer. I also
    enjoy camping and hiking
    ,and good times with my friends.
  • Southern Brewing and Winemaking
  • Tyler
  • I like everything from country to rap.
  • Tampa Bay B.E.E.R.S.
  • I began brewing in March of 2009 doing extract kits which sparked an addiction. I began reading and learning about anything and everything related to the beer industry. I have built most of my equipment, and continue to add new equipment whenever I can.
  • Mainly I enjoy brewing anything hoppy: IPA's, CDA's, Pale Ales, etc.
  • Male
  • In a Relationship
  • Tampa (USF)
  • Florida

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  • Posted in thread: Liquid yeast question on 02-13-2013 at 11:59 PM
    The 3 hours is a "proofing" time to verify viable yeast. It is not necessary to wait the 3
    hours, however it may increase the lag time if you smack then immediately pitch. In short, it's
    best to make ...

  • Posted in thread: first wort chiller on 12-17-2012 at 03:46 AM
    If I understand your question correctly, you can absolutely use a spoon to whirlpool the wort
    as the immersion chiller is cooling. It will help it to cool faster than leaving the wort
    unstirred. The p...

  • Posted in thread: Star san? on 12-17-2012 at 03:39 AM
    Agreed. The foam is also an active sanitizer, so even a little foam in the bottles won't hurt
    anything. There is less phosphoric acid in Star San than a can of Coke, but it has worked great
    for me for...

  • Posted in thread: How to lower FG...? on 11-26-2012 at 05:56 PM
    If all else fails throw in some yeast energizer and maybe even a packet of champagne yeast. The
    champagne yeast will usually dry the beer out quite a bit, but 1.005 is probably unrealistic.

  • Posted in thread: forgot to aerate! on 11-26-2012 at 05:51 PM
    It's too late to aerate without oxidizing the beer, however it sounds like fermentation is
    progressing fine without it.

  • Posted in thread: Beginner kits on 09-17-2012 at 04:29 AM
    I would recommend getting a beer equipment kit and an additional glass or plastic carboy.
    You'll need it for wine and it is pretty handy for beer as well. As for any liquors you'll need
    a still which ...

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