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    ABOUT ME

  • Pro-Brewer. rnHubcap Brewery and Kitchen 10/90-1/95rnSandLot Brewery at CoorsField 2/95-10/96rnFive Star Products and Services (Director of Brewing Services)10/96-1/98rnMudShark Brewing Company 2/98-2/99rnRockyard Brewing Company 2/99-4/2002rnBJCP Certified JudgernPassed BJCP test in 1987rnHead Brewer Station 26 Brewing CO. Present
  • Brewing,reading
  • Head Brewer at Station 26 Brewing Co, Denver, CO
  • Foam on the Range
  • Started extract in 1982. Progressed to all grain a few years later. Started a homebrew club with Russell Scherer. Russ went on to open the first brewpub in CO.rnrnI am a BJCP Certified beer judge. I have judged in local, state, regional, national and international competitions, including GABF and the World Beer Cup. I have published in Zymurgy and New Brewer. I have presented at the National Craftbrewer's Conference.rnrnI have been brewing beer for over 25 years. My first entry into the National Homebrewing Competition won first place in Bock. I turned pro in '90, becoming Brewmaster of the Hubcap Brewery in Vail, CO. During my time there, I won 7 medals at GABF and our sister location in Dallas, brewing my recipes, picked up another 4.rnrnI left to go to work for Coors Brewing as the first person to hold the title of Brewmaster in 20 years. I opened the SandLot Brewing Company at Coors Field and ran that for a couple of years. Also winning a few more medals.
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  • Colorado

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  • Posted in thread: GABF Brewery recommendations on 08-21-2014 at 11:49 AM
    Download and use the GABF Beer App. This has been a great help to find where the breweries are
    located around the hall and what breweries are near where you are.

  • Posted in thread: Minority Group-founded Breweries on 08-18-2014 at 11:16 AM
    Caution Brewing Co founded by Danny Wang and his wife Betty. Originally started to supply beer
    for his father's noodle shop. Now has two tap rooms. They purchased and are brewing on Odells'
    original 5...

  • Posted in thread: Oxygenation - necessary? on 08-09-2014 at 03:19 PM
    I suggest you all buy "Yeast" by Chris White and Jamil Zainasheff.That has the answers to most
    of the questions raised.A short quote from the book:"For the average wort and yeast pitching
    rates, the p...

  • Posted in thread: Blue Moon Clone on 08-08-2014 at 11:54 PM
    dstauth,That looks very good. Thanks for the shout out for S26BC.If anyone might be interested
    in an alternative source for spices, I used orange peel powder from My Spice Sage. It is the
    same as thei...

  • Posted in thread: Anyone know what the name of this glass is? on 08-03-2014 at 11:01 PM
    Discount Mugs

  • Posted in thread: Anyone know what the name of this glass is? on 08-03-2014 at 10:36 PM
    Libbey 209

  • Posted in thread: Cleaning beer lines on 07-30-2014 at 01:36 PM
    StarSan is a sanitizer, not a cleaner.Use PBW or another alkaline detergent for cleaning. You
    can then follow up the alkaline cleaner with Star San

  • Posted in thread: Blue Moon Clone on 07-30-2014 at 01:01 PM
    214399Here is the first pour of my "American White Ale"I used the same grist I first posted
    about many years ago. Threw in lots of rice hulls. Lauter was very smooth. Fermented with US05.
    It will be o...

  • Posted in thread: Trying To Understand BJCP Judging Process...Long Read on 07-20-2014 at 10:52 PM
    Also, what is the general consensus regarding newer styles? Styles like white IPA, Black IPA,
    West Coast, Hoppy Ambers, Rye, etc. They've been around for quite a few years and I'm sure
    judges have bee...

  • Posted in thread: Pro brewing books? on 07-20-2014 at 01:29 AM
    It depends on how far into the science you want to get.The basics on ingredients are covered in
    a series of books available from Brewers Publications such as Water, Yeast, For the love of
    Hops, etc. M...

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