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    ABOUT ME

  • USN Submarine Reactor Operator
  • I was reading about home brewing on the internet, and asked for a kit for my 21st birthday. I immediately got into DIY, and modified my kettle for a bulkhead valve to accept the counter-flow HX I built. rnrnSince then, I've collected a decent amount of kit. I built a mash tun from a cooler, and got a Blichmann Boilermaker and burner for Christmas. AG all the way!
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  • Posted in thread: Pour speed on low carbed beers is abysmal on 07-27-2015 at 10:40 PM
    UPDATE: Beer has started pouring at an alright rate, albeit a bit slower than my others.Inches?
    Are you sure you don't mean feet? Indeed, inches. don't by any chance have this hooked up to
    a stout t...

  • Posted in thread: Pour speed on low carbed beers is abysmal on 07-26-2015 at 06:35 PM
    Yes, 14". Multiple keg line calculators showed a little over 11" for vinyl tubing, so I ratioed
    the flow resistance of polyethylene vs vinyl.

  • Posted in thread: Pour speed on low carbed beers is abysmal on 07-26-2015 at 01:08 PM
    I've got a five tap keezer, with individually regulated CO2 for each. One of my favorites to
    have on tap is a Premium Bitter, which I serve at 1.8 volumes. Using polyethylene tubing, this
    means about ...

  • Posted in thread: Bucks Electric Brewery on 05-06-2015 at 09:52 PM
    Thanks, I went the whole way at once. You could do it in modules though, just plan for it. I'm
    an STS2/SS when I got out in 2000, I enlisted as a EM and went to the schools, but was offered
    to cross r...

  • Posted in thread: Bucks Electric Brewery on 05-03-2015 at 03:58 PM
    First, Holy. F***. Well done, all around! If someone wanted to eventually get to a level like
    this, would you recommend starting with just an electric manual brewery, and then transitioning
    to automat...

  • Posted in thread: Help tweaking a light oat beer on 04-28-2015 at 12:07 AM
    I made this a few weeks ago, mostly because I found the name amusing, but also because I wanted
    to see what a light oat beer was like. I made it after the style of a wheat beer, but with
    oats.5 gal AG...

  • Posted in thread: Five tap keezer build - comments welcome on 03-17-2015 at 11:20 AM
    Currently, the collar sits on top, with squishy insulation under it. The lid is sucked
    attached.to the collar.

  • Posted in thread: Five tap keezer build - comments welcome on 03-06-2015 at 11:03 PM
    Awesome work! Truly beautiful. Sorry if I missed this but what flow sensors are you planning on
    using?These ones.I'm currently evaluating drilling ports in the kegs and using differential
    pressure to ...

  • Posted in thread: Five tap keezer build - comments welcome on 03-05-2015 at 01:26 AM
    Fantastic build. I have a similar setup (minus the cool screens) - a full-size fridge in my
    garage with five taps (four CO2, one Nitro). Great job!Thanks! It's certainly been a learning
    process about ...

  • Posted in thread: Five tap keezer build - comments welcome on 03-04-2015 at 11:23 PM
    Just came across this while searching for my own keezer ideas. Any pics of the finished
    product?I'm sorry it's been so long. Life moves on, also, I'm incredibly lazy sometimes.Long
    story short, it run...

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Primary: Marzen-esque ale Secondary: What sorcery is this? Bottled: Empty Kegged: Hallertau & Oats, Agave Wheat, London Pride Clone, End of the World Stout.
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