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02-09-2009

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10-11-2012 10:09 AM

    ABOUT ME

  • Dayton Ohio
  • Besides brewing,hiking running and snorkeling. And other outdoor activities.
  • PhD. Student in Environmental Studies
  • Deah Lieurance
  • Indie, old Punk, and Van Halen
  • Donnie Darko, Blades of Glory, Lethal Weapon, Rushmore...
  • Battlestar Galactica, The Office, 30 Rock, the Soup, SNL
  • Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, Trainspotting
  • I have been interesting in homebrewing for about 2 years but lived in Florida. I have heard it is difficult to brew there and I knew I was going to move soon so I was patient. I read a few books and talked to people before starting. Once I moved to Ohio, my girlfriend got me my equipment for Christmas and I can't stop thinking about brewing something new, what is going on in my fermenter, and how my beer is conditioning. My first batch was an American Steam Beer and it was very good. I have a Dortmunder Export lagering right now and the Rogue Dead Guy kit in my fermenter. I am on the line between all extract and partial mash. Give me some time and I will make the move to all-grain!!!
  • Barleywine is up next, then a super hoppy IPA. After that, something light for summer??
  • Rogue Dead Guy clone
  • Dortmunder Export
  • Female
  • In a Relationship

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: growing hops near a walnut tree on 02-19-2009 at 07:27 PM
    The word from my adviser is that he would be more concerned with the shading by the walnut tree
    than the juglones. Either way it sounds like it would be best to stay away from them.

  • Posted in thread: growing hops near a walnut tree on 02-18-2009 at 11:45 PM
    My black walnut tree is only 3 feet tall, but these folks seem to have the goods. They say up
    to 80 feet from the trunk.Allelopathy can be a pain!!The authors also mention in paragraph two
    that "Many ...

  • Posted in thread: Tips for the Bigfoot Barley Wine Extract Kit?? on 02-18-2009 at 11:33 PM
    Thanks for the tips and encouragement...I try something new with each batch so this one will be
    my first dry hopping batch.

  • Posted in thread: Tips for the Bigfoot Barley Wine Extract Kit?? on 02-18-2009 at 02:39 PM
    Let me preface this by saying that this is only the fourth time I have brewed so I am still
    learning and any suggestions are greatly appreciated. I purchased the Bigfoot kit from Midwest
    and brewed it...

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