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    ABOUT ME

  • Missouri
  • Strongman,Gaming,ESPN,College Football,MLB,NHL,Dark Lagers and Ales,Experiencing Microbrews
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Alternative Rock (System of a Down, Disturbed, etc.)
  • Star Wars, Star Trek Stargate (see a pattern?), Shreck (1 & 2), Over the Hedge, Office Space, Blazin
  • Stargate, Future Weapons, Mythbusters, CSI (Las Vegas only), BSG
  • ASME, others to come
  • Got into homebrewing by accident. I loved microbrews and the rich full flavor most had, a clerk at the local liquor shop told me one day I should try making my own. So I did.

    I am only on my first batch, so my equipment is limited.

    Primary/Fermenter: Irish Red Ale (bottling on 2/8)

    Planning: 2 secondaries to hold a Cream Stout and Honey Amber Ale

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  • Posted in thread: Critique this recipe on 10-25-2007 at 02:37 PM
    Brilliant! If you give it another try, maybe make the PB part in advance by making a PB tea and
    decanting the oils off, then all you would be left with is the PB liquid and none of the peanut
    oils.Goo...

  • Posted in thread: Bottling question on 09-10-2007 at 04:53 PM
    If you added it to the bottling vessel, then you are okay. I've done this as well and it turned
    out just fine.But for future brews, you probably shouldn't boil the corn sugar. If you boil the
    sugar it...

  • Posted in thread: Dry hopping? When and how much? on 09-04-2007 at 07:04 PM
    This is for an Extra Pale Ale? Get yourself a Muslin or Nylon (easier to clean) bag and throw
    1-2 ounces of hops into it. Tie it shut and tie some string (or fishing line) to the bag and
    throw it in t...

  • Posted in thread: Beer kit less than 5 gallons on 08-30-2007 at 06:47 PM
    Just so happens that I have said BYO here at work. To convert any size recipe to any other
    size, follow the following example for all ingredients:9.0 ounces of crystal malt (5 gallon
    recipe)To convert...

  • Posted in thread: Another fruit beer fermentation question on 08-16-2007 at 07:54 PM
    I thought I read somewhere not to leave the beer on fruit for any longer than 7 days. If you
    want additional flavoring rack to a tertiary and add fruit to it. But you should always rack to
    another car...

  • Posted in thread: Stone' Epic Ale 7-7-7 on 07-13-2007 at 10:44 PM
    I want this sooo bad. Well, anything Stone right now would be nice as its not available here in
    MO. I think I may order a large batch of Stone and grab a couple bottles of this with the
    order. It was ...

  • Posted in thread: Newbie to the site, havent brewed in 8 years.HELP? on 07-11-2007 at 10:43 PM
    welcome back! If you are going to go all grain, maybe start with a pale ale or an IPA. Easy
    enough and hard to mess up, especially the IPA if you are a hophead.A stout is in my future.
    Then an Impy st...

  • Posted in thread: Types of Bottles? on 06-27-2007 at 08:44 PM
    I get some of mine from a pub here in town, they let me take home the ones I drink and
    sometimes will bring me full six packs with empties in them. Usually I get to take home some
    unique empties and c...

  • Posted in thread: Got to get a new bucket.... on 06-26-2007 at 02:10 PM
    The only thing I would be worried about is the chemical breakdown of the bucket. Sometimes when
    certain plastics get heated like yours they can start to give off residues. Once the plastic
    cools those...

  • Posted in thread: ...one of those, a couple of these... on 06-19-2007 at 06:57 PM
    Stone is available in Indy too isn't it? Yep, it is. You don't like bitter beers, what about
    hoppy beers? Try Stone IPA or the smoked porter.

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Primary 1: Empty Primary 2: Empty Primary 3: Empty Secondary 1: Empty Secondary 2: Empty Conditioning: Tradition IPA, Sweet Mead, Strawberry Melomel, and Raspberry Melomel Drinking: MW Irish Red Ale, Lawnmower de Saison Planning: Maple Syrup Mead
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