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    ABOUT ME

  • Enjoy spending my leisure time playing drums, drinking and brewing great beer.
  • beer,drums,computers
  • US Navy
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  • Atlas Shrugged, Foutainhead, Joy of Homebrewing, Game of Thrones (series)
  • I got into homebrewing in 2004 as a means to discover how beer was made. Started with complete beginner kits using only extract. Years later I have acquired more storage but still consider myself a beginner. I usually try to find free space in the basement and store my buckets and carboys someplace dark and out of the way.
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  • Pensacola
  • Florida

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  • Posted in thread: Cooler System Efficiency on 11-20-2013 at 12:02 PM
    I'm on board with the pre-heat method. I usually overshoot the temp to 170-172 and get about 2
    gallons of water from the HLT tank into my 12 gallons Coleman rectangular cooler. I've had at
    the most, a...

  • Posted in thread: Giving Gose a go, Lacto starter help needed. on 01-27-2013 at 03:47 PM
    I know this isn't the correct way to make a Gose, but I used acidulated malt the last 15
    minutes of the mash and it turned out great. It reduced the workload a great deal. I believe I
    got it out of a ...

  • Posted in thread: Keg pouring extremely slowly on 12-23-2012 at 01:47 AM
    He also said that other liquid flows fine. Just trying to find out his settings.

  • Posted in thread: when to fly or batch on 12-21-2012 at 02:59 AM
    Yep, you are absolutely right. I was chasing a 2 year old around when I posted that. I meant
    stuck sparge w/false bottoms IRT fast runoffs. But, if the manifold is designed correctly,
    channeling isn't...

  • Posted in thread: Keg pouring extremely slowly on 12-21-2012 at 01:09 AM
    What psi do you serve at? I serve at 9-10 and get a decent pour. It's not a rocket engine
    shooting out, but it fills a pint faster than 45 seconds.

  • Posted in thread: when to fly or batch on 12-21-2012 at 01:03 AM
    Edit:I really think the best thing an AG brewer can invest in besides good temp control is a
    nice stainless dome style false bottom. I know you guys with homemade fasle bottoms are gonna
    want to throw...

  • Posted in thread: Am I just lucky? on 12-19-2012 at 11:05 PM
    It took me 8 years before I had a batch that was completely undrinkable. By that I mean, I have
    had some less-than-desirable experiments, but I powered through them because they weren't
    horrible. But ...

  • Posted in thread: when to fly or batch on 12-19-2012 at 01:32 AM
    I've never dedicated the time to fly sparge. But for batch sparging, I get great results from 5
    or 10 gallon batches, consistently. Try it once and see if you like it. If it's not for you, go
    back to ...

  • Posted in thread: Trick of the Trade: How do you measure your water? R on 12-16-2012 at 03:33 PM
    I installed a sight glass on my HLT and calibrated in gallon intervals. For my brew kettle, I
    used a left over piece of cpvc pipe I had laying around and marked it at the same interval. I
    used to notc...

  • Posted in thread: What glassware do you use? on 12-16-2012 at 03:29 PM
    I use pint glasses for everything. All my other glassware is upstairs and I usually just grab a
    pint glass from near the fridge because they are easily accessible.

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