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    ABOUT ME

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  • I needed a hobby since my job (mainly the company) was draining the life out of me. My wife told me you love beer and love cooking, why not brew your own beer. One trip to the LHBS and that was it. Got my starter equipment and it has been an obsession since.
  • Rarely use them, depends on the brew.....
  • Brewer's Best American Amber (x2),rnSummer Shinanigans Ale (x2),rnHome roasted IPA,rnBAA-Le (american amber),rnBri's Blueberry Ale,rnBIPA (IPA),rnNot So Red-ish Irish Ale,rnVanilla Stout,rnSPRAG Pale Ale,rnFrankie's Raw Dawg Amber,rnBye Bye Batchelorhood Brown Ale,rnChocolate Mint Stout,rnJersey Boys Bitter,rnOl' Lefty's Brown Ale,rnOl' Lefty's Brown Ale take 2,rnJersey Boys Bitter take 2,rnBlonde Lil' Sis,rnSummer's Gold,rnFat Tire Amber Clone,rnSPRAG IPA take 2 (diff hop schedule),rnO'B-RYE-INs Pale AlernLoch Ness PorterrnOl' Lefty's Brown Ale take 3,rnSummers Gold 2011,rnOl' Lefty's Slugger Brown Ale,rnWA-AM IPA,rnBaby Boy Bitter,rnChoc-o-Loch Wheat Porter,rnMurkey Bottom Brown Ale,rnIndian Red Ale take 1,rnIndian Red Ale take 2,
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  • Married
  • Bel Air
  • MD

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  • Posted in thread: Dual induction Brutus 20 on 01-06-2017 at 03:13 AM
    Looks good! I've been eyeballing those Avantco cooktops. What size kettles / batches are you
    doing?There are threads on the burners. Personally I love induction. Actually started doing
    small test batc...

  • Posted in thread: Dual induction Brutus 20 on 01-06-2017 at 03:12 AM
    These are $12 16-quart Walmart pots (the valves are more expensive). I do 3 gallon batches.
    It's tight. Boil 3.7 gallons or so. Going to get some 18 quarts soon I think. I have 5 gallons
    but it's just...

  • Posted in thread: Dual induction Brutus 20 on 01-05-2017 at 09:16 PM
    looks good. Might I recommend Reflectix wrap. has made a world of difference on my induction
    setup.

  • Posted in thread: First brews..questions on 01-04-2017 at 05:05 PM
    ....agree to disagree :mug: I am not saying rush things, but the whole 2 weeks here and then 2
    weeks there is all just subjective. I think it really comes down to what you want to accomplish
    flavor pr...

  • Posted in thread: First brews..questions on 01-04-2017 at 04:38 PM
    once your final gravity stays where it is suppose to be based on recipe (or just doesn't
    change) you can go to bottling or kegging. If you are force carbing, your timing will depend on
    your method [se...

  • Posted in thread: Thoughts on using these to store harvested yeast... on 11-18-2016 at 07:01 PM
    I'm a pharmacist, and they are the same bottles we use for dispensing medications. So, assuming
    they are food grade. They have the triangle with a "1"

  • Posted in thread: Thoughts on using these to store harvested yeast... on 11-18-2016 at 06:15 PM
    I can get these relatively inexpensive and they are pharmacy grade. Any thoughts on storing
    yeast in them from the "simple washing" procedure...santize and dump in from fermenter? They
    are 12 oz (can ...

  • Posted in thread: Blichmann QuickCarb Unboxing & Video Review on 11-08-2016 at 08:10 PM
    Do you foresee it using up CO2 tanks quickly?

  • Posted in thread: Beer Transport on 11-05-2016 at 04:29 PM
    sure. so long as no major temperature swings. Although, how did you bottle carb in fridge? I
    would think the cooler temps would inhibit the left over yeast from eating up the remaining
    sugars to carbo...

  • Posted in thread: Large Pack (1lb) Dry yeast experience on 10-28-2016 at 02:32 PM
    I do use S05 a lot. But you make a good point about yeast washing. Dry yeast is just easier for
    small batches.

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