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    ABOUT ME

  • 5 Points Bottle Shop, 5 Points Growler and Homebrew Supply
  • Cameron Goershel
  • So about 4 years ago my dad taught me how to brew my first beer. I was already becoming a beer geek, and the art of homebrewing only propelled me deeper in to the world of beer. 4 years later, I am an avid homebrewer and work for the LHBS and Growler store in Athens, GA (Go Dawgs!). If I'm not working in the LHBS, I'm working as the "beer guy" at my company's craft beer and spirit store. If you're from a different part of the country, I'm always willing to trade. The local stuff down here is kick ass brew. In the meantime, RDWHAHB!
  • Scottish AlernAmber AlernSession IPA
  • Bourbon Barrel aged Imperical Coffee Stout
  • Moose Drool ClonernRye Pale Ale
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  • Athens
  • Georgia

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  • Posted in thread: Trader from the Southeast on 02-01-2014 at 05:16 AM
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  • Posted in thread: Scotch ale question on 11-16-2013 at 07:27 PM
    I agree with Tipsy. But for the record, you might have some carbonation/CO2 in the brew when
    you're taking your reading. Take your sample and shake the crap out of it (or pour it back and
    forth betwee...

  • Posted in thread: Enjoying my first cider! on 11-12-2013 at 12:34 AM
    In response to a fellow brewer's post:Non-fermentables will definitely work for sweetening (if
    you like a sweet cider)BUT!Don't feel limited to a non-fermentable sugar to backsweeten. There
    are severa...

  • Posted in thread: New Trader from the South East on 11-12-2013 at 12:07 AM
    Where do you work?Sorry for the delay on this. I work for Five Points Growler and Homebrew
    Supply.

  • Posted in thread: New Trader from the South East on 11-11-2013 at 05:12 AM
    Hey guys! So to give you a quick rundown: I work at one of the biggest craft beer and spirits
    stores in Georgia and have been brewing for 4-5 years. I've been working in the beer industry
    for several ...

  • Posted in thread: Conditioning: What to expect when you're expecting an Imperial Stout on 10-31-2013 at 12:49 AM
    Yes, my vote would be put it in glass (or stainless) for long-term aging.Agreed. Glass for the
    secondary is how I've always matured my RIS's and it has worked out well.But do whatever works
    for you! :...

  • Posted in thread: bottle sanitization: is it REALLY necessary? on 10-21-2013 at 02:58 PM
    I had a buddy sour a porter recently during bottling because he didn't properly sanitize his
    bottles. I agree with several of the posters that it's way better to be safe than sorry,
    especially when it...

  • Posted in thread: Warning signs of homebrew addiction on 02-17-2012 at 01:26 AM
    When you remodel a spare walk-in closet to organize and store all of your brewing
    equipmentDefinitely in the process of doing this..

  • Posted in thread: I am currently fermenting Ovaltine. on 02-16-2012 at 11:46 PM
    Everyone, after seeing this thread, I did the same thing but I tweaked it a bit. The only stuff
    I could find was the new recipe of Ovaltine which has barley and malt extract but its not the
    first thin...

  • Posted in thread: To Rack, or Not To Rack? on 02-16-2012 at 05:56 PM
    That makes sense. We were considering dry hopping in addition to the late addition hops, which
    is where the secondary comes in to play. What do you think about doing that?

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