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    ABOUT ME

  • I am a fulltime Machinist, I work at Midwest homebrew and winemaking supplies on the weekends and I am a avid guitar player.
  • Playing Guitar,Enjoying the ten minutes of pleasure I receive from a good beer
  • CNC Machinist
  • Josh Kalvser
  • I enjoy all types of music but my passion is Metal.
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  • How To Brew,The Walking Dead: A continous survival horror
  • Minnesota Home brewers Association
  • I have many passions, but my most sacred one is Brewing.
    I have dreams of becoming a pro brewer and eventually opening my own chilli bar/ Brew pub.
    I concentrate on fermenting up mainly high gravity beers. But delve into moderate for the kiddies.
    I work at Midwest Homebrew and Winemaking supplies on the weekends I dont have my son. I love sharing information and being a consultant for begginer to moderetly advanced brewers.
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  • Oatmeal stoubdt
    Belgian Brett Pale ale
    Rockos Post Modern porter
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  • Posted in thread: Mashed in too high, what are the effects? on 01-20-2011 at 06:27 PM
    I'm pretty sure pitching champagne yeast will not help with this brew. THe "problem" may be
    that you end up with a higher than expected/desired final gravity because of the amount of
    non-fermentable s...

  • Posted in thread: Topping off on 01-19-2011 at 11:40 PM
    Would be a horrible idea. After fermentation is complete, You have beer. It is what it is. If
    you ended up with 4.5 gal beer after bottling is said and done, maybe start with a little over
    5 gal. to r...

  • Posted in thread: Partial Bottling on 01-19-2011 at 11:29 PM
    This is another one of the reasons I want to try this. I have tried this before. 3/4 teaspoon
    of priming sugar per bottle dissolved in equal parts hot water. When dissolved it measures out
    to be 1 1/8...

  • Posted in thread: Begginer question on 01-19-2011 at 11:26 PM
    I had the same problem my first batch. I rocked the pail to bring the yeast back into
    suspension and 6 hrs later, I saw action in the airlock. I also took gravity readings, probably
    far too often, but...

  • Posted in thread: Total Noob, 1st brew issue, maybe? on 01-19-2011 at 11:13 PM
    I wouldn't recommend making a starter out of dry yeast, but re-hydrating it might help. And
    unless the kit was sitting there for over a year, chances are the yeast is ok. Dry yeast packs
    have a life a...

  • Posted in thread: Total Noob, 1st brew issue, maybe? on 01-19-2011 at 11:08 PM
    First, congrats! You will have beer.I'm not familiar with that particular recipe - I'm not at
    all sure why maltodextrin is part of it. But you are correct, it will contribute to the gravity
    but is unf...

  • Posted in thread: 10 gallon SS commercial vs. keggle. Please help me decide on 01-19-2011 at 11:04 PM
    Thanks for the feedback. I was actually talking about the fact that the mouth on this
    particular keggle looked wider than how most are cut, based on the pics I've seen around here.
    It does seem to be ...

  • Posted in thread: Good Deal on Keggle? on 01-19-2011 at 10:58 PM
    I agree with above posters. Although, with the bulkhead, thermometer and sight glass, it would
    be a good buy. $80-100. Get a dip tube and a false bottom, and you have yourself a 15.5 gal.
    kettle. Or k...

  • Posted in thread: Brewing outside have questions on 01-19-2011 at 10:47 PM
    There is nothing wrong with using aluminum pots....probably more hb'ers use aluminum kettles
    than those who use SS.....Maybe you need to read this before you start ruling out aluminum
    kettles. absolu...

  • Posted in thread: Mashed in too high, what are the effects? on 01-19-2011 at 10:44 PM
    Since you didnt hit your target temp. nor the s.g., Sounds as if this beer will be very full
    bodied and very sweet. If you suspect your yeast may not attenuate down enough, I myself, would
    pitch some ...

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