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    ABOUT ME

  • 3/12 - Bad Amba Jamma/Badder Amba Jamma (Partial Mash Amber Ale)rn02/10/12 - Deathbrewer's Dunkelweizen (Deathbrewer's Partial Mash)rn01/20/12 - Brewing Classic Styles: Cream Ale (All Extract)rn12/03/11 - Brewer's Best Robost Porter (Extract with steeping grains)
  • Cider
  • Creamer Ale IIrnEnglish Mother****er, Do You Drink It Pale AlernC4 Pale Ale (Centennial, Challenger, Cascade, Citra hopburst)
  • Married
  • berlin
  • nj

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  • Posted in thread: To much head space on 03-06-2013 at 01:24 PM
    .4 lbs of sugar in 5 gallons of beer will generate 12.5 gallons of CO2. The sugar amounts to 18
    gravity points and increases the beer gravity by 3.6 ppg. A 1.048 OG and 1.012 FG beer will
    produce 125 ...

  • Posted in thread: Brown sugar as priming sugar in NB Nut Brown Ale? on 03-06-2013 at 01:02 PM
    Priming Sugar CalculatorYou can prime with brown sugar. It will affect the flavor. I think you
    should brew the kit recipe as it was intended. After you've tasted it, you can change the
    recipe to your ...

  • Posted in thread: ~30 12oz bottles: Free to a good home on 03-04-2013 at 08:16 PM
    Sorry, they are gone now.

  • Posted in thread: ~30 12oz bottles: Free to a good home on 02-26-2013 at 09:43 PM
    I have about 30 bottles. I'm located in Berlin, NJ. I'm getting rid of some 12oz bottles per
    SWMBO. Figured I would ask if anyone wanted to pick them up before they get recycled.

  • Posted in thread: My Third Beer- Approaching a more scientific process on 02-07-2013 at 12:08 PM
    oh, and it makes sense that pre-boil my gravity was lower than post-boil right? Denser sugars
    in the wort after evaporation etc. Just making sure my hydro readings are consistant with
    reality.Yes

  • Posted in thread: Ways to save on brews on 02-06-2013 at 07:06 PM
    Most of my beers are around $30 - 40 per brew and they are partial mash recipes. You can get
    LME for under $2.50/lb by buying in bulk. Some brewers on this board are hitting $10/batch for
    pale ales wi...

  • Posted in thread: 5 Expensive Hobbies article on 02-06-2013 at 02:39 PM
    Hiking is pretty cheap. The entry cost is $0. Generally, you don't need anything other than
    things you already have. Outings usually run at the cost of gas and food.

  • Posted in thread: My Third Beer- Approaching a more scientific process on 02-06-2013 at 02:29 PM
    Creamy,Sounds like you are progressing nicely and I am sure your recipe is going to turn out
    fine given the details you laid out. I can however give you a few tips to help with the one
    gallon batches....

  • Posted in thread: DME sticks to bag, how to add? on 02-05-2013 at 12:18 PM
    I don't use much DME, but was curious and asked this same question at a recent home-brew demo.
    Haven't tried this but was told that DME dissolves pretty well in cool water, so you might be
    able to avo...

  • Posted in thread: DME sticks to bag, how to add? on 02-04-2013 at 01:38 PM
    I just dunk the open corner in the wort to get the clumps off the bag.

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Bottled: Old Freckled Men, Berlin Mart Cider, Creamer Ale II English Mother****er, Do You Drink It Pale Ale C4 Pale Ale (Centennial, Challenger, Cascade, Citra hopburst) Gone: Honeybadger Wheat Ale, Bad Amba Jamma, Badder Amba Jamma, Slam Dunkelweizen, Creamer Ale I, Robust Porter
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