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  • Hello Hombrewtalk! I am an aspiring brewer, I started all grain brew somewhat recently yet make about 1 - 2 batches per week. I love homebrew and the process of brewing - always looking forward to the brew day - the smells of crushed grain, fresh wort, hops, and yeast :)

    I'm trying to absorb as much knowledge about the brew process as I can because I would like to brew professionally; a homebrewing supply shop and or nano/micro project as my goal.
  • CDA, Pale Ales, Belgians/Saisons
  • American Lager
  • Belgian Abbey (Brewed with Ommegang yeast, cultured from bottle @~75), Spiced Hard Cider, American Barleywine, Imperial Stout, Raspberry Lambic
  • IPA 200, Mrzen, Dry Irish-American, Dry Irish Stout, Pale (lager yeast @70), Bohemian Pilsner, Noble Pale,
  • Male
  • In a Relationship
  • Bellingham
  • WA


  • Posted in thread: American Barleywine on 07-07-2012 at 01:44 PM
    70.220 lb Pale Malt(2-row)10.5 3.00 lbMunich Malt3.51.00 lbCrystal 90L1.80.50 lbCrystal
    60L3.51.00 lbVictory Malt1.80.50 lbCara-Pils Dextrine Malt1.80.50 lbFlaked Soft White Wheat7.0
    2.00 lbDark Brown...

  • Posted in thread: A better bottling 'bucket'? on 05-12-2012 at 01:27 AM
    I use an auto siphon to rack from either primary or 2ndary directly to keg or bottles. Attach a
    bottling wand to your auto siphon tubing, and as long as your siphon connections are
    bubble-free, s'all ...

  • Posted in thread: Oxidation on 05-12-2012 at 01:21 AM
    You'll find out! Probably not that much, might get a touch of cardboard.

  • Posted in thread: New from the northwest on 05-04-2012 at 06:24 AM
    WOOOO! Go Washington brewers!

  • Posted in thread: Traveling in Belgium, Advice.. please! on 04-02-2012 at 02:10 AM
    Hey all! My girlfriend and I are traveling to Europe this summer and will be spending a week or
    two in Belgium. We won't have a car and plan to see Brugge, Gent, and Brussels. We would love
    any advice...

  • Posted in thread: Greetings from the Pacific Northwest on 02-20-2012 at 01:38 AM
    welcome from Bellingham, WA - love to see northwest more brewers finding their way to

  • Posted in thread: Newbie from Washington on 02-20-2012 at 01:33 AM
    Welcome from Bellingham!

  • Posted in thread: American Barleywine on 02-15-2012 at 06:48 PM
    Think he meant OG of 1.120-FG 1.0250.09595 divided by 7.36= 12.9Gives an ABV around 12.9%My
    idea of a good barley wine!!! :DWups... haha, that is correct - an og of 1.120,and yep she's
    pretty boldWhil...

  • Posted in thread: American Barleywine on 01-29-2012 at 10:12 PM
    Awesome, let me know how it turns out - I've not had too much experience with Nottingham, hope
    it can handle the high gravity!Mine turned out great, its beginning to develop that sweet dark
    cherry bar...

  • Posted in thread: American Barleywine on 01-12-2012 at 04:51 PM
    It was huge, I believe it was the full yeast patty/trub from a previous batch, which had
    already been reused once. The more the better, but 1056 does a pretty damn good job - might
    work out if you jus...

Check out my webpage - Head Space Brewing - granted, a work in progress. Hopes to be a database of all grain home brewing information in the future including several other tutorials. My theme is simple. I believe I can provide everything you need to know in order to brew good beer in a thorough yet very concise manner.