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03-30-2009

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    ABOUT ME

  • Maine
  • Corrections
  • Boyd Kronholm
  • Kid Rock, Waylon Jennigs, George Thurogood, Susan Tedessci, Gretchen Wilson
  • Tombstone, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Rocky III,
  • Rules of engagment, Deadwood, All in the Family
  • Count of Monte Cristo
  • AHA
  • Began in 96 but stopped in 01.

    Began again 3/09.

    Brew Extract for now. I love beer.
  • Blue Wench
    Yoppers Dog Fish clone
    Easy Wench
  • XXX Wench (Balintine Pale Ale Clone)
  • empty
  • Easy Wench Blonde Ale
    Slop Pail Ale
    Sassy Wench Wheat Ale
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Dogfish Head 60 Minute Clone (AG) & Extract on 03-04-2012 at 02:50 PM
    Made extract version of this. Best IPA I have ever tasted!!!!!

  • Posted in thread: Flat beer (so far) on 03-04-2012 at 02:37 PM
    What is the temp you are condtioning at? How long did you put it in the fridge for prior to
    opening?

  • Posted in thread: adding fruit? on 01-21-2012 at 02:52 PM
    Sam Adams Summer Ale gets it lemon flavor from lemon zest. At a few teaspoons 10 mins before
    flame out and some at flame out.

  • Posted in thread: Advice to future home brewer on 12-16-2011 at 06:05 PM
    I became interested in 1996 from a co-worker. He explained the process, I read "the Complete
    Joy" Than went to my LHBS and bought a starter kit. Built up for there!!!

  • Posted in thread: no secondary really is great on 12-08-2011 at 08:48 PM
    I have dry hopped a beer in the primary, I have added strawberries to the primary and had good
    luck. I use a secondary for to beers. The first in Kolsch and the second is a blueberry wheat.
    All other ...

  • Posted in thread: Extract Recipe Books on 11-19-2011 at 01:41 PM
    BYO has a magazine with 250 clone recipies.

  • Posted in thread: Question regarding grain steeping on 11-04-2011 at 04:21 PM
    post talks about why steeping in a smaller amount of water is better.

  • Posted in thread: Which beers are more suited for short fermentation? on 10-26-2011 at 11:40 PM
    I always let it sit for three weeks in the primary and skip the secondary, you are saying a
    week in the primary is long enough?

  • Posted in thread: Which beers are more suited for short fermentation? on 10-26-2011 at 11:22 PM
    What if you do not use a secondary?

  • Posted in thread: Inconsistant Carbonation on 10-26-2011 at 11:00 PM
    5 weeks at about 68-70 degrees than in my fridge for at least 48 hours.

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5 COMMENTS
Posted: 
April 21, 2009  •  09:17 AM
Just the MH #9 and the True brew brown ale...Probably will bottle the MH on Sun and put the brown in the secondary, then that frees up the primary for that hybrid I think. How about you?
 
Posted: 
April 21, 2009  •  10:24 AM
$53 bucks with shipping for the ingredients for the hybrid one. you know that's another summer ale clone? It will be interesting to compare. I may just get the ingredients at the hippie store, probably save some dough. Have you seen the real stuff anywhere yet?
 
Posted: 
May 8, 2009  •  07:24 PM
Just ordered up some stuff. Also got a 1000ml flask and stopper for starters. It was about 12 bucks. I have a good feeling about this one.
 
Posted: 
June 2, 2009  •  07:52 AM
Finally got around to brewing. The starter worked fine after 2 weeks in the fridge, I fed it one more time sunday, pitched about half and put some in the vile for the next batch. For shits and giggles I put some yeast from 2 of the brown ale bottles in my flask to try and build that. It worked great so I may try to use that in something else. That was just a dry muntons ale yeast, now I guess it's a liquid muntons ale yeast. I also used cheese cloth to steep the grains, it worked fine but a
 
Posted: 
August 18, 2010  •  08:01 AM
Hey, where in Maine are you? Are you near Bangor at all?
 
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