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    ABOUT ME

  • Soba Ale with Lychees, Pacman "Lager" of some type
  • "Apparition" IPA, an IPA with heavy aroma hopping but with moderate bittering, giving the false impression of intense bittering without leaving a long lasting resinous aftertaste
  • "Pueblan" stout: Sweet Stout with cacao nibs, cinnamon bark, chile mulatto, and chile ancho
  • Honey Porter, Chai spiced Witbier, Summer Saison with Orange Blossom Honey
  • Male
  • Engaged
  • Riverside
  • CA

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  • Posted in thread: First stab at a Triple IPA on 02-26-2014 at 07:21 PM
    I know you mentioned PtY and I'm not sure if you were trying to go that way, or make a clone,
    but Vinnie has shared his recipe for PtE here, which includes notes on PtY (but not a recipe):
    https://www...

  • Posted in thread: First stab at a Triple IPA on 02-25-2014 at 11:51 PM
    lots of base malt will give good maltiness. the sugar will dry it out. I'd go with your
    instincts and drop the c60, maybe up the sugar. Consider a touch of victory as motorneuron
    suggests or, my fav, ...

  • Posted in thread: First stab at a Triple IPA on 02-25-2014 at 10:58 PM
    Thanks for the insight! I do know a bit of what I'm after. I'm not afraid of bitterness so to
    speak, I'm just tired of the kind of aggressive lingering bitterness that I taste all night and
    sometimes ...

  • Posted in thread: First stab at a Triple IPA on 02-25-2014 at 10:14 PM
    Well I tried to get my pint of Pliny the Younger this year. I've had it before. It's wonderful,
    but this year....no luck, it's just so viral now it's insane.Anyway, now I'm fiending for some
    smooth de...

  • Posted in thread: Champagne yeast "lager" on 02-01-2014 at 09:37 PM
    I've never made a spergcorrect lager. Living in CA and not having the space or will to spend
    the money on power for a 2nd fridge means that lagering is just outside of my ability at the
    moment. I'm al...

  • Posted in thread: 3 yo brett saison w/ WLP670 "solera"? on 01-28-2014 at 04:24 AM
    awwwwwriiiiight here we
    go!https://scontent-a-sjc.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/9844_10101128843001438_1532658857_n.jpgSmel
    ls wonderful, bright, a bit like a dry tart cider with a tinge of funk, not at al...

  • Posted in thread: 3 yo brett saison w/ WLP670 "solera"? on 01-24-2014 at 11:42 PM
    I have a Brett saison that I put into secondary and intended to age for 6 months that I forgot
    about since "out of sight out of mind" but it's now been 3 years... Was fermented with WLP670
    back when i...

  • Posted in thread: San Diego Summer on 06-28-2011 at 08:51 AM
    Saisons are pretty much perfect for summer brewing. They almost want to be fermented > 80F

  • Posted in thread: Disturbing pellicle on 06-28-2011 at 08:48 AM
    Mine got a quick start. I pitched just the vial in 5.5 gal and it was off in < 8 hrs (started
    before bed, was going when I woke up). Haven't smelled any brettiness yet, but it definitely
    smells belgia...

  • Posted in thread: Disturbing pellicle on 06-27-2011 at 09:45 PM
    hey, no fair. I'm using WLP670, brewed about the same time, and I don't have a pellicle
    :(Actually, iirc, pellicle formation is usually due to the presence of oxygen. Is your fermeter
    properly sealed?

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