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06-05-2008

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    ABOUT ME

  • Hanover, PA
  • I had entertained the idea of homebrewing for years- but something never felt right about doing the Mr. Beer thing. Visited a small craft brewer here in PA at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire and finally decided that the time was appropriate to begin my brewing adventure.
  • Macro photography,poison dart frogs/mantellas,flyfishing,rugby
  • Copywriter and Content Strategist
  • Jason Konopinski
  • My taste in music is eclectic, to say the least- but current favorites are Martin Sexton, traditiona
  • ASPP, AHA
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: March Brown Mild on 10-28-2010 at 06:31 PM
    Rogue,Definitely use an online carbonation calculator, somewhere in the neighborhood of 1.5
    volumes will approximate cask levels of carbonation.

  • Posted in thread: Flanders Red - Dulle Griet on 06-12-2010 at 06:35 PM
    When I prepped my own blue corn whisky barrel (from Sacc/Infidel as well) for buggy brews, I
    first brewed an English barleywine and racked into the barrel to pull as much heavy oak and
    whisky characte...

  • Posted in thread: Flanders Red - Dulle Griet on 06-12-2010 at 11:49 AM
    Purchased the ingredients and am brewing "Mad Meg" this weekend.Excellent! You asked earlier
    about what I would change? Aging in a barrel. :)

  • Posted in thread: Flanders Red - Dulle Griet on 06-04-2010 at 01:21 PM
    Any feedback with this one? I'm thinking of attempting this style and would like some feed
    back. Have you tried a sample of the finished product? Any insight would be
    appreciated.Best.This original ba...

  • Posted in thread: Flanders Red - Dulle Griet on 05-05-2010 at 01:05 PM
    Does the pellicle ever fall like krausen? Mine seems to have perked up a bit since the basement
    is warming up. The pellicle was pretty much gone over the last couple months, and seems to have
    reformed...

  • Posted in thread: Medieval Ale- Discussion and Experiences on 04-16-2010 at 10:35 PM
    Sounds like you need to give it another shot, this time with a short boil.

  • Posted in thread: Medieval Ale- Discussion and Experiences on 04-12-2010 at 08:11 PM
    Good on ya, King Brian! I need to brew more myself. :D

  • Posted in thread: Truly traditional Porters? on 03-06-2010 at 08:30 PM
    Here's a historically correct recipe for the 1850 recipe of Whitbread London Porter; the only
    adjustment I made was with hops for simple economy. Goldings or Fuggles would have been the
    hops of choice...

  • Posted in thread: SWEET ORANGE PEEL, Aurantium dulcis pericarpium on 02-25-2010 at 11:25 AM
    Behold, the power of the Google.

  • Posted in thread: Fixing a Berlinner Weisse on 02-23-2010 at 06:42 PM
    How much would you recommend adding to a 5 gallon batch? I like things quite sour. Not too
    puckering, but sour like Boon's Oude Gueze sour.Figure it proportionally. Pour a pint and add
    lactic acid in ...

5 COMMENTS
Posted: 
September 11, 2008  •  02:55 PM
Hey kiltie, nice to meet you. What kilts/tartans do you wear?
 
Posted: 
October 28, 2008  •  03:58 PM
Thx for backing me on the off-topic re: the Avatar. Appreciate the support. :D
 
Posted: 
November 14, 2008  •  02:06 PM
Oooh, a Sox fan in PA. Nice.
 
Posted: 
November 14, 2008  •  02:10 PM
Cool. Family where? I grew up in Marlboro, about 20 miles west of Boston.
 
Posted: 
January 16, 2009  •  01:14 PM
nice lookin bread/cookie, i like to bake as well
 
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