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04-03-2011

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01-24-2017 11:21 PM

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    ABOUT ME

  • Part time urban apartment homebrewer, full time suburban pro brewer, BJCP National beer judge, working class schmoe, and tradskin.
  • Beer,music,guns,hooliganism,Tottenham Hotspur,and the Washington Capitals
  • Living the dream in the brewhouse
  • Alex
  • Reggae, ska, rocksteady, soul, Oi!, and old school hardcore
  • AHA, BJCP, GRiST, DCHB, BURP
  • Started with an electric stove, extract batches, and a thrift store acquired basic set-up kit. Move to partial mash to partial boil BIAB all grain to MLT with split boil to electric brewing w/ heat sticks. Current apartment just uses a gas stove, but working on a 10bbl system at a local brewery.
  • The sporadic English Ales and Sours I love so much, as I have the time.
  • Male
  • Married
  • Arlington (DC)
  • VA

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: How long do people let there beer sit before bottling? on 01-23-2017 at 11:48 PM
    That's a hefty amount of carbonation. I'd expect to see most of it in a couple days. That's not
    surprising. If you bottled in regular longneck 12 oz bottles I'd be wary, as that's on the high
    end of w...

  • Posted in thread: How long do people let there beer sit before bottling? on 01-23-2017 at 09:55 PM
    i must be doing it wrong. that yeast ferments out very quickly for me, but yeast sits on top
    pretty much forever (at least a week), until i disturb it by racking to secondary, or cold
    crash the primar...

  • Posted in thread: How long do people let there beer sit before bottling? on 01-23-2017 at 09:47 PM
    Also noting that as I've dialed things in as a brewer, my times for things have gone way, way
    down from my last post in this thread. Hah.

  • Posted in thread: How long do people let there beer sit before bottling? on 01-23-2017 at 09:45 PM
    There's a function at the end of fermentation where the beer needs to be on the yeast, but that
    timeframe is a day or two, not weeks. If you're using quick fermenters and moderate gravities
    at appropr...

  • Posted in thread: The [Horribly Unpopular] Soccer Thread on 01-22-2017 at 02:37 PM
    When was the last time a title holder was relegated the following season? Has it happened
    before? I'll laugh so very, very hard.

  • Posted in thread: The [Horribly Unpopular] Soccer Thread on 01-20-2017 at 10:49 PM
    The new White Hart Lane, or whatever the new Spurs ground will be named, will have a brewery
    onsite.Looks like I'm gonna apply.Or at least push for a collaboration. One of our investors is
    a Yiddo and...

  • Posted in thread: The [Horribly Unpopular] Soccer Thread on 01-05-2017 at 01:19 AM
    "Spurs blow the title race wide open".

  • Posted in thread: Brewing with Brett. Do I need seperate equipment? on 11-28-2016 at 04:37 AM
    Even with Brett separate plastic is a way to hedge your bets. Brett is pervasive and hardy,
    perhaps moreso than bugs.In theory if your cleaning and sanitizing is on point you might be ok
    even with the...

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Souring: '14 Brett C Old Ale, '15 Lambic, '14 Lambic, '14 Flemish Red, '15 Flemish Pale, '15 Oud Bruin, '15 Session Kriek Cellar: '10 Brett B Tripel, '11 Lambic, '13 Brett C English Barleywine, '13 Quadrupel, '13 Sour Stout, '14 Brett C Bitter, '14 Spontaneously Fermented Cider, '15 Wee Heavy, '15 100% Brett B Red, '15 100% Brett L Kriek, '15 Bière de Garde
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