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    ABOUT ME

  • Architect, home brewer and family man extraordinaire.
  • Registered Architect & Home Brew Shop Proprieter
  • Jason Burk
  • American Homebrewers Association, Midwestern Order of Nin-Kasi (MONK) Brew Club
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  • Married
  • Indianapolis
  • IN

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  • Posted in thread: Keggle help: westside of Indianapolis on 02-01-2013 at 08:27 PM
    Just in case you are still looking around for somewhere to buy your equipment and ingredients,
    if you get over to Indy often, stop by Tuxedo Park Brewers in Fountain Square. We have all that
    stuff and...

  • Posted in thread: Brew Cube Reviews? on 02-01-2013 at 03:41 AM
    Aight. Those blue drums are awesome, and here's why: First, buy the open top type drums as
    opposed to the closed lid drums (as mentioned by Wierdguy). Second, Leithoa, buy sanitary food
    grade DRUM LIN...

  • Posted in thread: Pot size (again) Small batches in large kettle. on 12-09-2012 at 02:34 PM
    I have read a lot of folks saying go big so you don't have to buy again later however my
    question is how small a batch can I brew in a large kettle ? A 3 gallon batch in a 15 gallon
    pot,is that too li...

  • Posted in thread: fermentation temp on 10-25-2012 at 11:53 PM
    You'll be fine doing this. We usually tape a folded up section of paper towel against the
    probe, against the bucket. You may notice a degree, maybe two, difference, IF you were able to
    measure the liq...

  • Posted in thread: Brewing schedule conflict on 10-25-2012 at 03:10 PM
    3-4 weeks of primary seems extraordinarily long, unless it's a huge beer (not sure of the specs
    there). We always also advise on raising temp toward the end of primary to allow the yeast to
    continue b...

  • Posted in thread: Immersion Chiller Ice bath? on 10-15-2012 at 09:42 PM
    Try filling a bunch of water bottles to use for your ice (or you could use old refrigerator
    pull-out trays like we used to). You can freeze them, use them until they melt and re-freeze
    them for your n...

  • Posted in thread: Water analysis on 10-01-2012 at 08:46 PM
    Like Tom_Hampton said, WARD LABS does brewing water work-ups. I've considering looking locally,
    and I've asked around with some environmental consultants, but no one really knows anyone
    locally (India...

  • Posted in thread: Did my first ever partial mash today on 09-26-2012 at 07:03 PM
    Wow, that's a nice thermometer! You can also get by with a floating thermometer for much less
    money ($12.50 + shipping). These therms in particular have always been very closely calibrated
    (within a c...

  • Posted in thread: brew wrecked? on 09-20-2012 at 01:54 PM
    The nice thing about a three-piece airlock? The inner plastic tube receives a 3/8" ID hose
    perfectly....at least I think it's a 3/8" ID. You might double check that, but the point is
    that you can make...

  • Posted in thread: Objectionable Reactions to Homebrewing on 09-11-2012 at 05:58 PM
    My father in law is a miller lite or nothing guy. Might try this just to see if he honestly
    doesnt like my beer or just negative. I love this idea! Let us know how that goes...I have a
    feeling that bl...

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