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01-01-2008

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01-13-2017 3:10 AM

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    ABOUT ME

  • I became a marathoner in 11/2009, running Philadelphia (one of America's best Beer Cities!) 26.2 miles is a great way to burn beer calories. Marathon PR is 3:47:31 at the Rehoboth Beach Marathon 2012.
  • Home brewing! Distance
    Running. Hockey.
  • Optometrist
  • Todd Bainbridge
  • Rock/Alt/whateverexceptcountry.
  • Flyers hockey.
  • Anything by Stephen King or The Onion
  • BUZZ (Brewers United in Zany Zymurgy), Chester County, PA. Delaware HausBrauers, New Castle County, DE. AHA.
  • Started in college with the Canadian "brew on premises" stores to make beer cheaper. Of course that sucked. After moving to the US, I went to a homebrew store and was shocked to find that the shelves were stacked with cans of malt extract and there were grain sacks lying around. It seemed so lame at the time to actually have to do all that work (as compared to brew on premise) but obviously I tried it and I stuck around. That was 2002. I am now all-grain, brewing 10 gallon batches. I guess "all that work" is a good thing when you can produce something you're proud of, huh? First setup was the Brewer's Best plastic starter kit. Eventually upgraded to a 10-gallon megapot from NB and built a coil chiller so I could do full boils of 5 gallon batches. Now I brew in 15-gallon Boilermakers from Blichmann on my Top Tier with 40 and 70 quart coolers for mash tuns.
  • Beer.
  • Beer
  • Who does that?
  • Many beers
  • Several beers
  • Male
  • Married
  • Downingtown
  • PA

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Please Critique my proposed process for kegging and dry hopping this IPA on 01-12-2017 at 09:18 PM
    Hi all,I brewed a ~70 IBU Citra and Galaxy IPA at 1.066 OG and it finished out about 5 days ago
    at 1.014, so I'm ready to keg it. I typically cold crash my beers in the conical, but wondering
    if I nee...

  • Posted in thread: Overstock KEG SALE + 5 Gallon Keg Giveaway - Kegconnection.com on 01-26-2016 at 04:04 AM
    Entered!Sent from my iPad using Home Brew

  • Posted in thread: Need Help Putting the Red in My Irish Red Ale on 10-04-2015 at 03:30 AM
    Hey NathPowe -I'm linking a screenshot of my Beersmith page for this recipe in case you have
    other questions but it calculates to 14.1 SRM.I actually usually don't go with the timer
    anymore. I built a...

  • Posted in thread: Need Help Putting the Red in My Irish Red Ale on 09-29-2015 at 03:01 AM
    ^That has a 100 watt light shining through it to show clarity and color.Grain bill:71% Maris
    Otter24% Vienna3% Crystal 1202% Crisp Roasted Barley (500 SRM)

  • Posted in thread: Need Help Putting the Red in My Irish Red Ale on 09-28-2015 at 11:22 PM
    To the OP's question, I have never had an issue with a deep red color (which I was always told
    comes from the roasted barley). I use roughly the same percentage as you, but mine is the Crisp
    roasted b...

  • Posted in thread: HELP! Must use chocolate in brew for competition on 08-11-2015 at 08:37 PM
    I ended up going with a Belgian Dubbel, and fermented with WY3787.I cheated by adding 8 oz
    cocoa nibs at flameout. It was very prominent in the flavor and aroma of the unfermented
    wort.There was a gre...

  • Posted in thread: HomeBrewSupply Amcyl Brew Kettle w/ 3-Piece Ball Valve Giveaway! on 08-03-2015 at 01:52 AM
    Me please

  • Posted in thread: HELP! Must use chocolate in brew for competition on 07-14-2015 at 10:08 PM
    Hi all, hoping I can get some guidance here on brewing with chocolate.Not chocolate malt, not
    nibs, actual chocolate. I have been recruited to brew for a competition based on using
    locally-sourced spe...

  • Posted in thread: Tribute Tribute (St. Austell) on 05-03-2015 at 04:09 PM
    Carefully verify your volume and gravity measurement first. Greater than 100% efficiency is not
    possible.

  • Posted in thread: Tribute Tribute (St. Austell) on 05-03-2015 at 04:08 PM
    You either boiled off too much or changed something else that increased your extraction. Some
    top-up water is in order to achieve the right starting gravity. Is that as good as just hitting
    it right i...

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---------------------------------------------- Eleventy-Three Brewing Co. Kegged: Ten Downing ESB, Grizzly Grundle Pale Ale Remux, Eldred Rock Light Northern German Altbier, Unnamed Kölsch. Bottled: Brooke's Bliss Irish Stout Primary: Secondary: Who does that? On Deck: German Pilsner
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