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  • Winemaking,woodworking,cheesemaking,coffee roasting
  • I've bottled my first batch (80/-). I've got a few batches of winemaking experience.
  • IPA, ESB, stout? Not really sure yet since I'm too new to homebrewing.
  • Dry Cider
  • #1 - Riesling
    #2 - Pinot Noir
  • Scottish 80/-
    Green Apple Riesling - Costco kit, way too sweet, it's terrible.
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  • Posted in thread: eHerm Control System for Geeks? on 02-05-2015 at 03:07 PM
    Sounds like a great project. I spent about 10 years developing manufacturing software in an
    industrial setting myself (NI TestStand / C/C++ libraries), but now that I'm planning out my
    eHLT (and event...

  • Posted in thread: Allens Juice cider on 07-24-2012 at 01:44 PM
    I do not have experience with pasteurization. I have read threads about it, and I suggest you
    do the same. [*]The sticky by pappers_.[*]Here's a new thread on this topic as well.

  • Posted in thread: Allens Juice cider on 07-23-2012 at 05:15 PM
    Sweet and carbonated is tough. You have to make sure the yeast do not continue to eat the
    sugars. If you are kegging, you can stabilize the yeast with campden and sorbate, then add
    sugar and force car...

  • Posted in thread: Great Dry Sparkling Cider on 03-18-2012 at 07:53 PM
    For those who say use the same amount of priming sugar as for beer, what style of beer? Some
    beers are best with 1.2 volumes of CO2, and some with more like 3 or more. TastyBrew suggests
    1.0 to 3.5 vo...