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# DevilNuts

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07-08-2014

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01-20-2017 4:54 PM

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• U.S. Marine
• Mr Beer, then one gallon kits, then all the gear I could afford. Plateaued once I realized I had made more beer than I have friends to help drink it.
• More mead, and anything above 5%
• :(
• :(
• Fat Tire clone (which tastes nothing like Fat Tire), dry mead.
• Saison, Juniper Witbier (kicked!)
• Male
• Married
• Twentynine Palms
• CA

### LATEST ACTIVITY

• Posted in thread: Need help on math for an Eisbock on 01-17-2017 at 09:26 PM
Thanks! I wasn't sure whether to expect the ice to become clear or not, the pics helped.

• Posted in thread: Need help on math for an Eisbock on 01-17-2017 at 04:22 PM
So I started trying to freeze the beer this weekend, and it's not as simple as I had thought.
I've brought it down to 14F overnight, and I keep moving it around in the carboy to see how
thick it's get...

• Posted in thread: What's your occupation: Engineer or Non-Engineer on 01-12-2017 at 05:59 PM
Does network engineer count? I also saw someone mention military on page 1, and I fit into
both: I teach network engineering to Marines, 2003-Present.

• Posted in thread: How many gallons of homebrew in 2017? on 01-12-2017 at 05:54 PM
394 + 5 (Pliny Clone) + 5 (Cons. RRBC clone) + 5 (Tart of Darkness Clone) + 5 (Soulless Zombie
Pale Ale) = 314 gallonsI'm assuming you meant 414 so I'll start there:5.5 Gal Belgian sour ale=
419.5

• Posted in thread: Dog in Grain? on 01-05-2017 at 05:28 PM
The real question is, what temperature would you have to mash the dog in at to still get good
efficiency?

• Posted in thread: You know you're a home brewer when? on 01-05-2017 at 05:14 PM
When no matter what size your setup is, you regret going too small.

• Posted in thread: Need help on math for an Eisbock on 01-05-2017 at 05:12 PM
To begin with the calculations are not as straight forward as one might think. Here's an
example. The function dens(p,t) returns the density of an alcohol water solution that is 100*p
percent ABW at t...

• Posted in thread: Hydrometer readings. on 12-22-2016 at 03:44 PM
I saw a proofing hydrometer during a tour of a microdistillery. Unless they come in different
sizes, the one I saw couldn't possibly have been mistaken for a brewing hydrometer. It was the
size of my ...

• Posted in thread: Need help on math for an Eisbock on 12-21-2016 at 04:22 PM
Thanks for the input! This has really helped me simplify things. Did you mash low (145F ish)
for an extremely long time? I have a hard time believing an 1.104 beer will hit 1.010 unless
you had a cons...

• Posted in thread: Stupid question of the day Refractometer vs. Hydrometer on 12-20-2016 at 08:51 PM
....refractometers are pretty much temperature independent, but alcohol will throw them
off.......... I need to rethink my entire life after reading that. I guess I have some reading
to do.