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    ABOUT ME

  • Bloomington, Indiana... for now
  • Law Student
  • Homebrewing,Racquetball,Golf,BBQing stuff
  • Student
  • David
  • Still extract/steep. Soon to be partial mash. I have a mini, 1-gallon cooler that I'll be converting to a mash tun, of sorts. Maybe. I haven't decided yet.

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  • Posted in thread: Lost Volume in the Mash Tun - Use more grains? on 03-29-2008 at 09:18 PM
    So, I built this: I can't wait to use it. One question, though: since the spigot is about 1/2
    inch above the bottom of the cooler, I am going to lose about 16 oz. of wort per mash. Do I
    need to up m...

  • Posted in thread: Munich Malt Extract on 03-21-2008 at 03:21 AM
    ah, another soon to be chicago brewer.city or burbs?6lbs for 15.99 at northernbrewer.comCity,
    which will undoubtedly inhibit my two favorite hobbies: golf and homebrewing. On the other
    hand, I will ha...

  • Posted in thread: Munich Malt Extract on 03-20-2008 at 02:09 PM
    That is rather expensive. Last year you were able to get a 55lb bag of Weyermann Munich malt
    for that price. Have you thought about going AG yet? Doesn't really help with your initial
    question, but mi...

  • Posted in thread: Munich Malt Extract on 03-20-2008 at 01:37 PM
    I just got the book Brewing Classic Styles by Jamil Zainasheff, and it's GREAT. One oddity,
    however, is that many recipes call for Munich malt extract. My LHBS doesn't carry it, and I've
    found a few o...

  • Posted in thread: Using hop socks/bags on 03-18-2008 at 01:42 AM
    So I normally use hop bags, but I have noticed a decrease in hop utilization. But, I also use
    an immersion chiller and put it in the boil for the last 15', which would be impossible with
    this giant ho...

  • Posted in thread: Using hop socks/bags on 03-17-2008 at 03:22 PM
    You could build a big hop bag. There are lots of ways to do it, but most recommend using a
    5-gallon paint strainer, a PVC coupling, and a long PVC pipe (to stabilize it). That lets the
    hops float arou...

  • Posted in thread: Need help, fermentation issues. on 02-27-2008 at 03:49 PM
    Take a gravity reading. Post OG and SG. If it looks fully attenuated, you're probably fine.

  • Posted in thread: uncarbonated beer on 02-24-2008 at 10:02 PM
    I would bet my latest batch that it's jet dry. For a couple batches, I simply used the
    dishwasher to sanitize. Those batches had very little carbination, and virtually no head
    retention. The likely cu...

  • Posted in thread: Separating the Wort from the Hops on 02-24-2008 at 05:54 PM
    Thank you for the responses. Next time (which won't be for a while...) I make a beer with a
    borderline irresponsible amount of hops, I'll use a large, 5-gallon nylon bag. Can I get those
    from a hardwa...

  • Posted in thread: Separating the Wort from the Hops on 02-24-2008 at 05:20 PM
    Use a big 5 gallon nylon paint strainer next time. THen remove the bag and squeeze it.For the
    hops? Like a giant tea bag? That sounds like a good idea. Will it affect utilization? With as
    much hops as...

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Planning: Nothing. Can't brew again until 3/18/08. SWMBO commands it, I gotta drink the beer I have. Primary: Graduation IIPA -- This is gonna be a very interesting beer. Secondary: Fiat Tire Bottled/Conditioning: SNPA Clone, Kiwi Kolsch
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