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11-18-2010

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    ABOUT ME

  • Brewing beer
  • Financial Advisor
  • Nicholas Snow
  • Working for 6 mos to formulate a delicious American Old English Strong Ale/Stout, sounds crazy but no other way to explain all the characteristics.
  • empty
  • crazy AG pilsner
    Duvel knock off
  • Rasberry Ale and Scotish Ale, stout, American Lager, Strong Ale, Belgain Triples.
  • Never kegged, working on it.
  • Male
  • Married
  • Columbus
  • OH

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: homebrew taste........(where does it come from!) on 07-18-2012 at 02:01 AM
    Is it possible that professional breweries pasteurize and home brewers don't? Takes away a
    certain maltiness I think.

  • Posted in thread: Homebrewtalk Carboy Cleaner Giveaway on 12-23-2011 at 08:39 PM
    I need this because I have 5 Carboys and cleaning them all the time after many months of
    fermentation is challenge. My arm would love a break and all the help I can get

  • Posted in thread: Premature ej-carbonation? on 12-23-2011 at 07:54 PM
    I think mostly they have been feremented and secondar-ied (if you will allow poor use of the
    english) at a constant 71 which I would not have thought was that cool for these.

  • Posted in thread: Premature ej-carbonation? on 12-19-2011 at 10:58 PM
    My fellow brew partner has been making some beer recently (2 to note) one a stout and the other
    a black IPA. Both seem to be slghtly carbonating in the secodary. If said secondary was moved
    slightly t...

  • Posted in thread: Opening Brewery in Ohio on 12-12-2011 at 07:05 PM
    After reading many Ohio Laws, I dont see why you could not simply purchase "beer supplies"
    grains, extracts, etc and selling them to your potential customers. The twist being that for a
    nominal fee yo...

  • Posted in thread: Your Finishing Gravity? on 12-07-2011 at 05:05 PM
    They were all very common ales and lagers. I think a Irish ale one heffey that was pretty good.
    But nothing like a saison or lambic.

  • Posted in thread: Your Finishing Gravity? on 12-07-2011 at 02:32 AM
    Great conversation. I should say that they are making all grain and I was as well. Didnt think
    that should matter since we are not adding anything strange thats not in the critical
    fermentable relm. T...

  • Posted in thread: Sorghum Dry? on 12-06-2011 at 04:32 PM
    I am going to start making some of these for my wife, so I had some questions for the exprets
    on gluten free beer. 1. is I have read that the finish to sorghum can be described as dry. any
    thoughts ar...

  • Posted in thread: Your Finishing Gravity? on 12-06-2011 at 04:28 PM
    I recently was in a brew pub talking to the brewmaster there who let me know that they ferment
    their beer all the way down to 1.001. So became interested to know how your home brews get down
    to. For m...

  • Posted in thread: Supplies?? on 09-20-2011 at 02:35 AM
    I didnt know where to post this and if it is offensive or doesnt abide by the rules from some
    reason I completly understand it gets taken down. Just out of curiousity though, what websites
    do you use ...

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