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  • San Diego
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  • Research Assistent/ Graduate student
  • Bryan Boyd
  • All, but can listen to the radio, "it's the best way to ruin the music you like"-NG '93
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  • Candede, Desolation angles, Hollywood, Choke, the joy of Home Brewing
  • About 7 years ago I bought a kit, 6gal bucket and 5gal glass carboy etc. and started brewing about every week end, and had a loyal band of beer swillers to help polish of each 5 gallon batch soon after it was ready. This was good because I got a lot of input about what I was doing. In the beginning I used extract with grain adjuncts, and experimented with many different recipes and different hops and yeasts. I brewed most every type of beer except lagers because I did not have a dedicated refrigerator, but that has changed. For a couple years my output was sadly about one keg a month, because I was in Graduate school so time was a little short.

    Now I have a house with a dedicated room in the garage. I have been trying to brew every weekend, and have a lot planed for the future. I have been brewing a lot of Belgian and English beers in the summer, and will get back to lagers as winter sets in. Not a long time here in San Diego.

    Two four ago, I graduated to All Grain brewing and k
  • Filling a 55 gallon Brandy Barrel.
  • Hitachino Red rice ale (attempt), California pale ale
  • Old brown sour ale
  • I hate bottling
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  • Posted in thread: WLP007 Dry English Ale on 10-12-2016 at 04:20 AM
    WLP-810, San Francisco lager yeast used at its higher end 65 will still end up very clean, this
    is the yeast Anchor steam uses in its California common. I've used it to mave some really nice
    American ...

  • Posted in thread: BCS system, Seven Segment and Element problems on 09-13-2016 at 04:27 AM
    Late reply but...The star pattern is basically terminating all the grounding lines to one
    point. I have to tell you this was a challenge with my set up! For the most part I have the
    system up and runn...

  • Posted in thread: UCSD Extension Brewing Certificate program on 09-12-2016 at 12:12 AM
    The program is set up for people already working full time so the classes are in the evening
    and weekends. 18 months is about what it is intended to take. Im sure you can figure out a way
    to do it a l...

  • Posted in thread: BCS system, Seven Segment and Element problems on 05-16-2016 at 02:40 AM
    Little update, I have swapped out the SSR, now the boil kettle element is functioning properly.
    I also rewired the grounding in a star pattern, but that has not resolved the 7 segment display
    issue. B...

  • Posted in thread: BCS system, Seven Segment and Element problems on 03-18-2016 at 03:43 AM
    Thanks for the input, I definitely think Brun Dog is on to it with regards to the 7-segement
    displays. I set up a ground bus, and did not use a star pattern. As for the element, Im
    suspecting the SSR ...

  • Posted in thread: BCS system, Seven Segment and Element problems on 03-17-2016 at 02:32 AM
    Crickets eh?Thinking a 12V DC relay for the elements might do the trick. with the
    displays.still need to swap out the ssrs running the element.

  • Posted in thread: BCS system, Seven Segment and Element problems on 03-15-2016 at 04:09 AM
    Yesterday was the first brew day on my new system, this will be the third panel I have built
    and was really happy with the way it came together this time. I added a few more bells and
    whistles this ti...

  • Posted in thread: San Diego Homebrew Club! on 02-24-2016 at 06:18 AM
    Um...Kinda. We served beer at NHC this year...sort of. We like to think of ourselves a zombie
    club, just when you think we are dead... I think the web site expired a while back, when
    Grhemlyn moved.

  • Posted in thread: Show us your panel on 01-16-2016 at 01:34 AM
    they are NTE 30A contractors 120VAC, I had them in my old control panel so I modified them to
    mount on to the DIN rails. They are a bit bulky and about $30 each. I might swap them out
    eventually, but ...

  • Posted in thread: Spike Brewing Giveaway - New v3 Kettle - You Pick The Size!! on 01-15-2016 at 05:36 AM