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Posted in thread: Starting over on 04-04-2011 at 10:15 PM
I just graduated from medical school and I'm starting my residency in a few months.Good luck to
you! I'm finishing up my PGY1 year now, I'm sorry to say I left my brewing stuff behind when I
moved :( ...
Posted in thread: Old Ale recipe-comments? on 08-03-2007 at 08:21 PM
Sounds interesting, I did an Old Ale a while back that turned out decent, and had a sorta
similar recipe. I went lighter on the hops for a more traditional old ale though:9.00 lb Light
Dry Extract 67....
Posted in thread: Size of flame on turkey Fryer on 01-05-2007 at 02:03 PM
The only way you could damage your pot is if you had flame on it with no or very little liquid
in the pot. If there's liquid in there, it'll suck the heat out of the metal before any damage
can be don...
Posted in thread: Peanut Butter Brown Ale on 01-01-2007 at 11:33 PM
I'm going to be brewing a brown ale in a couple weeks, and I plan on adding peanut butter to
the boil. I've been playing around with the recipe, and I think I've settled on one, but I'm
not 100% on th...
Posted in thread: Finishing up my Old Ale on 01-01-2007 at 11:29 PM
So, my old ale has been sitting in secondary for a few months now, and I'm trying to decide
what to do with it. On the one hand, I could move it to a tertiary and let it bulk age for a
while longer, a...
Posted in thread: Is straining bad? on 01-01-2007 at 11:16 PM
Thats the answer I was hoping for! My airlock was bubbling rapidly the first 24 hours after i
poured it into the primary. now its not bubbling at all(or at least very rarely). Is that
normal, will it ...
Posted in thread: 2007 Lobuck Rules Committee on 01-01-2007 at 01:46 AM
So sorry to hear about your wreck! I hope you get to feeling better.Did you get any sort of
medical attention? I might be a little concerned about a concussion if you hit your head and
have had nausea...
Posted in thread: Guage beer flow on 12-30-2006 at 03:24 AM
you can buy a flow rate gauge and install it inline fairly easily, if you really want to. That
would only give you an instantaneous flow rate though. If you want to measure total volume
Posted in thread: Help a Newbie out!! on 12-28-2006 at 04:28 AM
Thanks for everything so far guys it is a huge help im glad i signed up here!!How long should i
leave the beer in the primary and then how long in the secondary. i think the how to brew book
Posted in thread: The $3.41 Challenge - Lobuck on 12-28-2006 at 03:59 AM
Sounds like fun guys. I might give this a shot, even though I'm a total newb. I'm just getting
ready to do an AG set up, so we'll see how it comes out! Has anyone thought of a timeline for
this beast ...