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  • Ontario, Canada
  • Electrical engineer who specializes in adaptive control systems. Looking for local brew-partners to split on grain orders and drink good beer.
  • Brewing and sailing
  • Design Engineer
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  • Violent.
  • Sorry, no time for TV.
  • Non-fiction, all types.
  • Came back from Germany with eyes opened. Extract to All-Grain and now a semi-automated All Grain system. I specialize in American IPAs and Kolsch.
  • High gravity beers like Maudite (Quebec) or Local 2.
  • American Pale Ale III (Burton water profile)
  • Kolsch
    American Pale Ale I (Spring water)
    American Pale Ale II (Mineral water)
    American Heifeweizen
  • ESB
  • IPA
  • Male
  • In a Relationship


  • Posted in thread: New Alternative Keg System on 02-23-2012 at 09:36 PM
    Schaefer kegs are the best and they don't mind selling to home brewers. I use keggys at home
    and they are way better than corny kegs. Certainly more professional but you need to know how
    to proerly cl...

  • Posted in thread: Scaling recipes up or down........ on 12-05-2010 at 11:09 PM
    To scale from 5G pilot to 1BBL, scale up proportionately them cut hops by 10%...then fine tune
    but you will be close.

  • Posted in thread: JFK's HERMS Project on 03-05-2010 at 07:02 PM
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    yourself when dealing with them You gotta have a separate bank account just for them, and never
    keep any mone...

  • Posted in thread: Temp Control: Air Temb Vs. Liquid Temp on 03-05-2010 at 06:49 PM
    I use a temp probe into the wort. That temp in the center of the wort can be different than
    that close to the outside as it is exposed to the cooler air around it. I also have a temp
    reading on my fer...

  • Posted in thread: Low Calorie Homebrew? on 03-05-2010 at 06:36 PM
    Beer:Health and Nutrition Charlie BamforthISBN:978-0632064465All you will ever need or want to
    know. I leave a copy of this book on my desk and whenever the teetotallers roll up to preach
    temperance I...

  • Posted in thread: A new Beer machine idea on 03-05-2010 at 06:28 PM
    Some interesting ideas...For your delay with vinegar/baking soda, you could buy some capsules
    meant to hold medicine. You can buy them empty at health food stores, or just buy some cheap
    medicine with...

  • Posted in thread: It's March. Time to brew up some Oktoberfest on 03-05-2010 at 06:21 PM
    You rule mein freund!

  • Posted in thread: Low Calorie Homebrew? on 03-04-2010 at 08:27 PM
    Beano tablets are metioned in this post....Where do you get those from? Never heard of them.
    ThanksGo to the pharmacy section of any grocery can get tablets or, as i prefer,
    drops. Expect ...

  • Posted in thread: Low Calorie Homebrew? on 03-02-2010 at 04:32 PM
    No one has so far mentioned the usually super high carbonation of the low cal beers...we have a
    beer up here from called 67 (guess how many calories/bottle) and it is really highly
    carbonated...three ...

  • Posted in thread: Beer Line Length and Pressure Calculator on 03-02-2010 at 03:06 PM
    It is very nice job!Is it possible to to make version with temperature in Celsius, length in
    meters and pressure in bars ? It will be very helpful for European users ;)And Canadians too!
    Other than ba...