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  • I'm 32 and work as a Sys Admin for research firm. Just sold my house, had a baby, and moved all within 30 days. I'm ready to brew and have a beer. I enjoy sports, cooking, music, journalism, guitar, smoking meats, the outdoors, and of course beer!
  • IT,music,hockey,football,beer,cooking,fishing,trucks,ocean sports,camping,hiking,snowboarding,being outside
  • Sys Admin
  • Bob
  • funk, folk, bluegrass, jam, 70's Classic Rock, 60's Rock, Dub Reggae, 90's Rap, Metal, classical Indian, jazz.
  • Marx bros, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Big Lebowski, The Man Who Knew Too Little, Festival Express, Rockers, Where the Buffalo Roam.
  • 30 rock and modern family with the Wife but I usually only watch sports
  • HST, Groucho Marx, Aldous Huxley, The Joy of Homebrewing, any other Non-fiction
  • FOHA (Friends of Homeless Animals), AHA, BA, PWCBG (Prince William County Brewers Guild),HEC (Herndon Entertainment Collective)
  • I had been wanting to brew for years and I randomly came across some free carboys. I borrowed pots and buckets until I had the needed stuff to brew. Once I brewed I was hooked. I brew all grain on a 5 gallon 3 vessel system that I've built up over time. I love to brew American ales and age specialty ales on wood. I'm a big seasonal beer drinker so I usually brew to the season and brew various styles within the season. I've been brewing for 4 years and I continue to get better, expand and upgrade my equipment, and come up with some pretty good recipes. I just got into kegging about a year ago and it's great to have the freshest IPA's at home that you can't find anywhere else. Homebrewtalk has been a saving grace! This forum is awesome.
  • Indian Brown Ale, VT IPA, Stocious Stout, Barley Wine, Black Ginger Ale, RIS,
  • Bourbon Oak Brolic Strong ale
  • Male
  • Married
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  • VA


  • Posted in thread: im very sorry. i dont brew sours on 04-22-2015 at 03:36 PM
    homebrewing is about brewing what you want to. It's not about keeping up with the trends. Brew
    what you want and how you want because you love how it tastes and you have fun doing it. End of
    story.I b...

  • Posted in thread: May 2, 2015 - National Homebrew Day on 04-22-2015 at 01:22 PM
    Congrats on the wedding day! :mug:I've been marinating on what I'm going to brew for national
    homebrew day for a week now. I sort of want to make a lawn mower beer since it's getting warmer
    here but t...

  • Posted in thread: Cleaning lines and keg on 04-09-2015 at 01:04 AM
    Sorry for the OT, but congrats bro! :mug:Rev.Thanks Rev!

  • Posted in thread: Tampa? on 04-09-2015 at 12:58 AM
    Cigar city. Any beer will do but ipa is my favorite. They have a white oak version too that's
    also awesome.If you find yourself going west to Clearwater definitely stop in Dunedin and check
    out the Du...

  • Posted in thread: Last week I opened my very own LHBS and I wanted to share some pics on 04-09-2015 at 12:52 AM
    Dude. Awesome store. Love the log cabin vibe. Im abt 4 hours north of you but if I'm ever down
    in ole virginny then I'll definitely stop by.It looks fantastic. Good luck to you man!

  • Posted in thread: Post your Pipeline... on 03-24-2015 at 08:39 PM
    Jeez.... I wish I had that much time to brew-up a huge pipeline. I only have enough time to
    have a keg tapped at all times and one on deck.Looking good everyone!

  • Posted in thread: Is using Hop Extract "Craft Brewing"? on 03-22-2015 at 02:34 AM
    I used to think of it as cheating when it first came out. Now I think it's a old man way of
    thinking about it. Technology changes products and procedures so I dont think its really
    cheating in that se...

  • Posted in thread: Cleaning lines and keg on 03-20-2015 at 12:44 PM
    Honestly this is the part of my overall beer making process I spend the least amount of time on
    atm. I should spend more time in caring for my stuff but I just don't have the time--usually. I
    still cl...

  • Posted in thread: Quick q about force carbonation psi and serving psi in kegerator on 03-20-2015 at 12:25 PM
    I use about 5 ft of line on my kegs and I don't have that issue at all. I force carb at about
    20 psi and carefully shake the keg for a few minutes then leave it for 3 days or so. I then put
    it down to...

  • Posted in thread: Mystery to me keg on 03-19-2015 at 03:53 PM
    Wow, what a cool keg! I was going to say it looks sort of like a cask but then I saw the above
    thread you posted... No idea where to get those parts but maybe ebay might have them? Good luck

Camp Brew Co. Primary: Bourbon Bbl Po' Boy Stout On Tap: Po' Boy Stout, Spring EquiHops IPA Bottled: Bourbon Oak Brolic Strong ale On Deck: Some kind of IPA

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