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  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Started brewing in 2005 and it has just grown and grown. Currently running 10 gallon AG brews with a 20+ gal capacity fermenter, a 6 keg chest freezer and a mini-kegerator.
  • American Strong Ale
  • what's a secondary?
  • Chocolate Stout
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  • Posted in thread: Stains in Bucket on 11-16-2015 at 12:36 AM
    Regardless of the pink stains, the grey stringy mold is enough for me to replace the bucket and
    gear. The gear is cheap compared to a batch of decent beer, and better to chalk it up as a
    learning mist...

  • Posted in thread: Lower calorie hop bomb? on 09-27-2014 at 12:09 AM
    Try searching for session IPAs. I really enjoy Firestone Walker Easy Jack, which is somewhere
    around 3.5%. There is a thread here somewhere where a clone attempt has been made. Congrats on
    your achiev...

  • Posted in thread: If I was just starting out, I would go with these kegs on 10-22-2013 at 03:45 AM
    Meh, if it's $60 for one of these plastic sankeys, and ~$90 for a stainless 5 gallon sankey, I
    think I'll spend the extra thirty bucks. Not because of safety concerns, but because I know the
    steel wil...

  • Posted in thread: DYI vs Off the shelf breakeven point? on 01-19-2012 at 03:02 AM
    For myself the DIY aspect can mean quite a lot. I have a decent background in electronics,
    microcontrollers, and mechanical engineering. I've built my own pump box, stir plate,
    fermentation chamber, c...

  • Posted in thread: 2nd keg on 01-03-2012 at 02:08 AM
    I'd put a splitter on the CO2 line so You can have two gas connections for your kegs- one for
    the one currently in tap and one on the keg that is still carbonating. This way you don't have
    to switch b...

  • Posted in thread: Chi Company on 12-08-2011 at 12:53 AM
    Update: The website says the keggles have a 12" opening. Yeah, um, 12 +5/8" isn't 12". Glad I
    didn't buy a pot lid for this sucker yet because it would just fall through... Other than that
    the finish ...

  • Posted in thread: Chi Company on 12-07-2011 at 02:45 AM
    Update:I've now purchased quite a few items from these guys, mostly thermometers, cam lock
    quick disconnects, and assorted keg deals and I've usually been very impressed with their
    shipping and servic...

  • Posted in thread: Need Keezer build Help on 12-03-2011 at 03:35 AM
    The ball lock kegs I've been seeing at my LHBS are fatter and shorter than my cornies, so I
    don't know if they are all the same anymore?? I've found a 3 inch clearance above the keg works
    great for my...

  • Posted in thread: Ideas for sight glass material using hose barbs? on 12-03-2011 at 03:26 AM
    I thought about a sight glass for my boil kettle, but ended up just getting a long aluminum
    extrusion and used a dremel to mark off every gallon put into the kettle. Now I just dip my
    "truth stick" in...

  • Posted in thread: DIY Fermenting chest build on 11-29-2011 at 01:53 AM
    So you won't add $50 a month for your own comfort, but you will do it for your beer?Thats a
    real man, nice build!Well the fermenter only costs about $5 to run for a month, so yes I'll
    take an order of...

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