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    ABOUT ME

  • Dirty Water
  • Making beer,drinking beer,barbecuing,RC helicopters,fishing,snowboarding.
  • IT Manager
  • Craig
  • Primarily country, but I listen to EVERYTHING. I'm a fan of music first, then the specific genres.
  • Plenty. Too many to list.
  • House, Lost, Sopranos, Spike's PowerBlock. And anything on History, TLC, Discovery, Science.
  • 1984. The Time Machine.
  • 8 gal Cooper's Fermenter, 2 6.5 gal glass carboys, Ale Pail bottling bucket, 90 bottle tree, autosiphon, floating thermometer, hydrometer from Cooper's kit. I usually do a case of bombers, and the rest in 12oz bottles. Looking forward to kegging, and doing all grain brewing. I just need a bigger mantown for that. :) I get just about all my stuff from Strange Brew in Marlborough, MA
  • Too many to list... I'd love to someday clone Utopias.
  • Changes too often...
  • Changes too often...
  • Changes too often...
  • Not yet, but looking forward to it. My uncle used to home brew back in the day, and has most of the equipment needed. I just need a bigger mantown.
  • Male
  • In a Relationship

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 01-22-2016 at 06:03 PM
    Sub'ed I'm doing the same thing in my basement. Keep going, I've almost caught you and need
    more ideas. haha :mug:Ya I've been put on hold temporarily until the HVAC guys can finish their
    install (we ...

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 01-05-2016 at 02:28 PM
    Not sure it will be as accurate and consistent as you would like? But who knows??The modules
    claim an accuracy of 1cm, which in a 16" pot is approximately a quart... I'd be cool with
    half-gallon accur...

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 01-04-2016 at 11:00 PM
    Is anyone here an Arduino expert? (Or even a novice??)My newest plan for a water level
    indicator on HLT and BK (and maybe MT) is to use an Arduino I got as a gift for Christmas (with
    plans to use it f...

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 01-04-2016 at 02:44 PM
    I like all those pretty stainless steel fittings :)I have a lot of really nice Chinese 304 ones
    from eBay, and some crappy Parker 316L ones.

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 12-29-2015 at 05:43 PM
    Once you get over $100, you're pretty much back in Chugger territory. Those small $22 DC solar
    pumps are cheap enough you can keep an extra on hand if you break one. Once you get your system
    dialed in...

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 12-29-2015 at 05:12 PM
    It appears the pump head is SS (exterior) but may not be rated for high temp...Ya, I asked the
    seller what the internals are made of - impeller, shaft, seals, etc.The one advertised as
    high-temp food-...

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 12-29-2015 at 04:27 PM
    Hmmm... Just found these:

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 12-29-2015 at 03:43 PM
    How much did those smaller pumps cost and where did you buy them from? I would be interested in
    some smaller pumps like that.Sorry for the delay - I thought I already replied here.They're
    $21.99 on Am...

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 12-15-2015 at 12:01 AM
    Ahh yes. Ya, the MT cooler probably. The HLT no, the BK maybe.

  • Posted in thread: Yet Another Basement Brewery... on 12-14-2015 at 11:40 PM
    Thank you, I'm just putting together a plan, I like the idea of less soft hose and more hard
    plumbing. I would really like a CIP setup, and love SSCIP?Ya, I have a bit of a stainless
    obsession lol. It...

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