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  • Christian. Avid Traveler. Aspiring BBQ Pitmaster. Brewer of Beer. Chips and Salsa Connoisseur. Baseball Nerd. Owner of an Awesome Black Labrador.
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  • I read a lot and like a broad range of books. I typically read books on investing/finance, mountaineering, and baseball.
  • I got into the hobby as part of the capstone project that I had to complete to earn my Bachelor Degree in Business Administration. My project included business plans for a microbrewery and a brew pub. So I figured I should probably learn to actually brew while I was at it. I don't consider myself as "new" to homebrewing anymore. I'm happily brewing with extracts and steeping grains, and don't yet feel the need to step up to partial mashes or go all grain. I'm very appreciative to be learning from everybody on the forums here at Cheers!
  • Blue Moon Belgian Whiter, Pilsner Urquell, Noche Buena, Samuel Adams Boston Lager, Holiday / Gingerbread Ale, Belgian IPA, Coffee Porter/Stout, Dogfish Head 60/90 Minute IPA Clone
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  • Posted in thread: Crowdfunding for a brewery startup in Bosnia! on 10-18-2016 at 02:31 AM
    Good luck with the brewery. Bosnia is a beautiful country. You guys definitely enjoy your pivo!

  • Posted in thread: Same recipe, different source, different amount of LME. Hmm... on 07-30-2015 at 01:29 AM
    Excellent points. I really wouldn't want to find out what a 'lighter' Oktoberfest would be
    like. I think that I'll err on the side of caution and go with the book recipe. :mug: Weird
    that one extra ga...

  • Posted in thread: Same recipe, different source, different amount of LME. Hmm... on 07-30-2015 at 12:46 AM
    Hey guys, I'm getting back into brewing and I have a question. I want to brew Jamil's "Munich
    Madness" Oktoberfest recipe. The recipe in the book calls for:- Pilsner LME, 4.4lbs- Munich
    LME, 4.4lbs- C...

  • Posted in thread: Conflicting advice from LHBS and HBT... on 12-09-2013 at 08:33 PM
    Hi guys, I'm making a lager for the first time. (the Noche Buena recipe from Papazian) When I
    was picking the brain of one of the guys at my LHBS he recommended starting the fermentation
    around 65 deg...

  • Posted in thread: Anybody been to the lakewood tour? on 12-29-2012 at 09:14 PM
    Lakewood had some excellent beer on tap when my wife and several friends went to their tour.
    Good live music, a food truck, and a decent amount of seating for mingling with friends...what
    more could w...

  • Posted in thread: Stone Ruination clone... on 07-07-2012 at 10:02 PM
    There was a Stone Ruiniation recipe in the latest issue of Zymurgy. It's just like iijakii
    said, with two row and centennial. There were also instructions for extract brewing.

  • Posted in thread: One billion yeast cells...a question on 06-12-2012 at 02:33 AM
    So my latest brew was my first foray brewing with liquid yeast. I told the manager of my local
    home brew store as much and he recommended a "smack pack" because they didn't need a starter.
    After resea...

  • Posted in thread: Best iPad App For Brewing? on 06-10-2012 at 01:03 PM
    A feature like his is what I was referring to:

  • Posted in thread: Best iPad App For Brewing? on 06-09-2012 at 08:09 PM
    Do any of the above mentioned brewing apps do conversions? (I.E. all grain recipes to extract)
    From the apps that I've looked at in iTunes this feature isn't mentioned. Maybe it's a standard
    feature o...

  • Posted in thread: Sam Adams Grumpy Monk on 05-16-2012 at 01:52 AM
    Hey guys/gals. On my lunch hour I was hanging out in the beer section of one of the nicer
    grocery stores here in Dallas. I bumped into the dept. manager and he raved about this case
    from Sam Adams. I ...