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05-16-2015 5:48 PM

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    ABOUT ME

  • I live in the countryside in Japan. Married here, love it here.
  • snowboarding,woodworking,computers/technology,reptiles
  • English Instructor
  • Brian
  • Rock. Although, I'll listen to anything but country and mainstream J-Pop
  • Hook, Back to the Future series, Indie Jones series, Star Wars series, Hot Fuzz, Spaceballs
  • Brewmasters,
    Charisma Dog Trainer / Dog Whisperer,
    non-reality tv/competitions
  • LOTR
  • AMEMBO outdoor NPO, various local groups that nobody outside Japan would know
  • experimenting phase
  • a VARIETY.
  • Hefeweizen- It's my first!
  • Male
  • Married
  • Tokushima
  • Japan

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  • Posted in thread: Hop runner depth/containment on 05-13-2015 at 11:44 PM
    Bamboo is very strong. In fact, where I'm at, bamboo groves are actually installed to reinforce
    banks with their strong root structure. It's also very good at preventing other things from
    growing. I l...

  • Posted in thread: Hop runner depth/containment on 05-13-2015 at 05:07 AM
    So, I'm about to finally put my hop crowns into a field. They've been in containers for 3 yrs.I
    was thinking to contain each variety with a partially buried barrier of some sort so that I can
    keep the...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-23-2015 at 05:43 AM
    Have you thought about where the faucet arm attaches to the base? I have an extra (cheapo) arm
    for mine. I use an arm with the tip being easy to connect a quick disconnect for garden hoses.
    I leave th...

  • Posted in thread: Japan Hops Trading - 日本でホプスやりとり on 04-22-2015 at 05:15 AM
    Anyone have a cutting of shinshu wasei they'd be willing to make for me? I'll pay for shipping.
    I can even trade something. PM me if you can help.I'm also interested in Sorachi Ace, but
    seeming that t...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-15-2015 at 05:21 AM
    There is a latch that keeps the spear from shooting out. If you take the extra steps to remove
    the latch, it works well.Removing the latch could be dangerous. Just remember to release the
    pressure bef...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-14-2015 at 06:11 AM
    Btw, the large bungs at advanced brewing fit the opening of the J-sanke kegs pretty well. Just
    keep in mind you can't ferment out a whole 20L unless you ferment it concentrated and dilute it
    later...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-14-2015 at 05:19 AM
    I just recently returned all my Asahi kegs and got the deposits back (traded for co2, etc)...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-14-2015 at 05:18 AM
    I used to use one. It's a very cheap way to start kegging, even though you're technically
    renting the kegs with the deposit price. It's expensive for what it is, but depending on how
    many kegs you wan...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-13-2015 at 05:48 AM
    I was lucky. It's a sanke with part of the top cut out and converted to corney connectors (not
    by me). One extra port on top to which I attached an adjustable PRV for pressurized/closed
    system ferment...

  • Posted in thread: Home brewing in Japan on 04-10-2015 at 05:54 AM
    Those pubkegs look interesting. Personally, I use a 15 galling keg, but those seem interesting
    enough. My thought are about the hole size in the internal vessel. Is that problematic? Also, I
    couldn't ...

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