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11-21-2008

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    ABOUT ME

  • Georgia
  • Reading,bookbinding,cooking,brewing,guitar
  • Software Developer
  • The World/Inferno Friendship Society
    John Prine
    Crooks and Nannies
    Ghost Mice
    Defiance, Ohio
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  • Futurama
  • House of Leaves
  • In addition to providing me with beer and cred, homebrewing also really scratches my science itch. It's like doing science, cooking, and enjoying beer all at the same time!

    I have a mostly borrowed setup - two 5 gallon Ale Pales for primaries, one 6.5 gallon carboy, a 5 gallon stainless brewpot (seriously, go to Big Lots; they cost like $15 dollars there), and a couple of other small food grade buckets for other brewing experiments (most notably, the infamous failed Apple Prison Hootch experiment of '08).
  • I'm interested in exploring dark citrus flavors in dark beers (orange peel in stouts, for example); I'm also hoping to make some mead in the near future.

    I'll probably stick with dark beers; stouts, porters, and brown ales for the foreseeable future, though do I do love a good pale ale. My next beer will be an imperial stout.
  • Clamstalk Coffee Ale
    Clamstalk Chocolate Milk Stout
    Clamstalk Rye Stout
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  • Posted in thread: Bizarre gravity readings on 06-25-2009 at 02:48 AM
    Oops! It appears that I'm not allowed to post a certain compound word, but a google search for
    "Beer math calculator" should turn up the same link.

  • Posted in thread: Bizarre gravity readings on 06-24-2009 at 11:28 PM
    Beer Math LinkThis is a handy little applet for a bunch of different beer calculations; I use
    it for adjusting gravity readings.

  • Posted in thread: Clamstalk Rye Stout on 03-04-2009 at 03:55 PM
    I tried a few of these with some friends last night, even though it's kind of early. The rye
    was understated and it was sort of malty, but the hops balanced it out. It had a thick feeling
    to it, and a...

  • Posted in thread: Hi from Atlanta, GA! on 02-25-2009 at 09:47 PM
    No kidding about it turning into an obsession! I'm still exploring dark beers - I got a rye
    stout bottled, and I'm about to do a Yeti clone. It's so much fun!I've also hit up the Brew
    Depot; it's real...

  • Posted in thread: Bumble's Special Porter on 02-23-2009 at 01:46 AM
    How was it?

  • Posted in thread: Coffee Brown Ale on 02-23-2009 at 01:04 AM
    DisclaimerI won't lie; I made this from a kit that I modified only slightly. Thus the weird
    measurements for some of the ingredients (the kit didn't tell me how much there was of each,
    and I didn't ha...

  • Posted in thread: Clamstalk Rye Stout on 02-23-2009 at 12:30 AM
    PS - Sorry I don't have the correct color number or IBUs; I'm kinda a noob and don't know how
    to do that. If anyone wants to run the numbers in Beersmith for IBUs, I'd much appreciate it!

  • Posted in thread: Clamstalk Rye Stout on 02-23-2009 at 12:25 AM
    Clamstalk Rye Stout Specialty Grains:1/2 lb Flaked Rye1/2 lb 60L Crystal1/2 lb 120L Crystal1/2
    lb Chocolate1/2 lb Roasted BarleyGrain/Extract:3.3 lbs Munton's Dark Malt Extract Syrup3 lbs
    Munt's Amber...

  • Posted in thread: Hi from Atlanta, GA! on 11-22-2008 at 05:56 PM
    Hi, everyone - I just got my second batch (a milk stout) into the primary last night. This
    looks like a great site; I found it when I was looking for stout recipes yesterday. Look
    forward to talking w...

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