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11-09-2010

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01-18-2014 7:19 PM

    ABOUT ME

  • need to graduate to semi-auto 10g all grain batches this year
  • audio
  • Web Dev
  • Brian Schwinn
  • almost all, if i'm workin/brewin, something rockin, if i'm programming, a little less rockin a little more mellow and weird.
  • AES (audio eng society)
  • watched on the sidelines for countless sessions and finally got a garage of my own. I have the standard bayou classics round outdoor cooker, a 9 gallon pot two each 6.5g and 5g glass carboys. I keg and force carbonate out of sheer laziness. rnrnHave brewed a bunch of IPAs, experimented with coffee in boil (yuk) and fermenter (now we're talkin) a few smoked porters, couple with chilis and will be trying vanilla next.rnrnCurrent project: Ferm and Keezer control via an arduino with raspberry pi sitting on top (running web interface).rnNext Phase: building an electric single tier, double pump, three vesel system controlled by BCS in my basement (too cold in winter)
  • pliny clone, stone smoked porter clone, custom IPA. czech pils coming as soon as i gets me some ferm temp control...
  • nothing (ferm chamber under contruction)
  • nothing (ferm chamber under contruction)
  • i'm not cleaning bottles
  • stone IPA clone running out.
  • Male
  • Married
  • Princeton
  • NJ

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Raspberry Pi Temp Controller on 02-06-2013 at 02:03 PM
    may want to try adafruit.com for your pi/arduino needs. they seem to restock raspis rather
    frequently and have a ton of good stuff and info.i grabbed two of arduinoUNO/wingshield/RGB-LCD
    and built one...

  • Posted in thread: Raspberry Pi Temp Controller on 01-19-2013 at 05:08 PM
    duplicate post, so edited :mug:

  • Posted in thread: Raspberry Pi Temp Controller on 01-19-2013 at 04:56 PM
    hey guys, longtime lurker, brewer and EE here who started in automated control systems. Wanted
    to say the arduino / pi combo is the way to go as it is a great analogy to the PLC / SCADA
    combo at the h...

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