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02-27-2012

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08-16-2014 11:19 AM

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49 years old

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    ABOUT ME

  • Lorenzo Bevilaqua is a New York City based freelance photographer specializing in portraiture, and publicity photography for magazines, television networks, cruise lines, and corporate clients.
  • Kite flying,beer making,snorkeling,kayaking
  • Freelance photographer
  • Lorenzo Bevilaqua
  • Eat Drink Man Woman, The Godfather, The Station Agent, The Apostle, Summertime, Alien, The Last Emperor,Love Song For Bobby Long, The Brothers McMullen, Amadeus, The Dreamers, All the real girls, Beautiful Girls, Lovely and amazing, Venus, Lovely, Still, A serious Man, Stealing beauty, Summertime, Monsters Ball, Happythankyoumoreplease, Barney's Version
  • Anything by Ernest Hemingway.
  • Hard cider, and a five gallon partial grain brew.
  • Belgian ale. 5 gallon batch
  • 5 gallons of graft, a hopped, malted hard cider
  • Male
  • Single
  • New York
  • New York

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Slow fermentation with Belgian saison yeast on 08-16-2014 at 04:16 PM
    Hydrometer reading this morning read 1.020 at a solid 74 degrees. OG was 1.064. The final
    gravity stated in the recipe is 1.008, so we have a ways to go, but it tastes great, and is
    tasting much more ...

  • Posted in thread: Slow fermentation with Belgian saison yeast on 08-16-2014 at 02:58 PM
    Thank you all for the great responses. I will do a gravity reading today. I WAS told that the
    Belgian stalls out more easily than the French, but that it was a yeast worth using for the
    flavor. I was ...

  • Posted in thread: Slow fermentation with Belgian saison yeast on 08-15-2014 at 09:37 PM
    I currently have a rye saison in the ale pale for three weeks. I used Belgian yeast despite my
    kitchen being a tad cool for it (78 degrees Fahrenheit during the day and 74 at
    night).Fermentation was s...

  • Posted in thread: Light Exposure During Fermentation on 06-02-2014 at 04:09 PM
    Forgive me for coming late to this discussion, and some of my questions on light and
    fermentation have been answered by reading the rest of this thread. While there seems to be a
    few different thought...

  • Posted in thread: Assistance with interpreting hydrometer readings please! on 02-18-2013 at 06:02 PM
    Thank you! I'm very happy. I have to get a hydrometer that's a bit easier to read, but I am
    very happy to finally know how. Thanks again everyone.

  • Posted in thread: Assistance with interpreting hydrometer readings please! on 02-18-2013 at 05:56 PM
    Great! Thank you. Does this make any sense?1.064 OG minus1.008 FG = .056 .056 x 131.25 = 7.35
    ABVDoes that look about right?

  • Posted in thread: Assistance with interpreting hydrometer readings please! on 02-18-2013 at 05:39 PM
    I have been looking through the numerous threads regarding the use of a hydrometer, and,
    believe it or not, I am still confused. I brewed a graff and took an original gravity reading.
    It read 64. I th...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting failure. Please help? on 01-29-2013 at 09:45 PM
    That's great to know, thank you! Will try again and maybe just use more yeast, and take better
    notes. I see you're located in Atlanta. One of my biggest clients, Turner Broadcasting is
    there. I've onl...

  • Posted in thread: Interesting failure. Please help? on 01-29-2013 at 08:06 PM
    Thank you all. I very much appreciate the answers. My brew has dried out slightly as it has
    aged, but it is still syrupy and very sweet. I will make another batch, will take notes, and
    will use more y...

  • Posted in thread: First batch ever, blueberry apple cider on 01-28-2013 at 10:01 PM
    Thank you for the comment, Mike! Yes, I am learning that with either beer OR hard cider,
    letting stuff age out really changes the flavor and character. I have made quite a few batches
    of hard cider, a...

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