Last Activity:07-19-2016 6:31 PM
37 Likes on 33 Posts
Posted in thread: A tribute ale to a lost friend on 04-12-2016 at 10:25 PM
First, I would like to say, I am sorry for your loss of Buster. I think you are on track with a
delicious Hefeweizen style to match your boy Buster. I lost my best friend, Bubb last October,
as he was...
Posted in thread: Reaper's Mild, 1st place 2011 HBT Competition on 03-11-2016 at 04:23 PM
Just read through the entire thread, and plugged this into Beersmith, absolutely a must brew!!
Just so happens I have a packet of Nottty that isn't doing anything. I did change over to
Posted in thread: Warm vs Cold conditioning (KEG) on 03-09-2016 at 04:45 AM
I got a question actually 2 for you sir, kinda off topic. I have never primed in the keg before
usually just hook it up to the co2. I want to try this because right now I have no room in the
Posted in thread: Free Logos or Beer Labels on 03-07-2016 at 10:55 PM
Ok, how about Mad Cop Bar & Brewery, a place to relax and have a home brew after a long day of
bust'n bad guys. PS: I am in PaAlso one of my flagship beers is Bubb's Brown Ale. Bubb was my
mascot and ...
Posted in thread: Tröegs Dreamweaver Clone? on 03-06-2016 at 06:50 PM
Sweet, I loaded this in Beersmith and plan on giving it a shot, but have 8-10 brew in front of
it. I'll definitely report back with my progress. I live about 30 minutes from Troegs, but it
Posted in thread: Tröegs Dreamweaver Clone? on 03-04-2016 at 06:03 PM
Are you going to give this a shot and report back? Thinking about loading your version in
Beersmith and see what It gives me.
Posted in thread: Lancaster Amish Four Grain Clone on 03-02-2016 at 01:05 AM
I know I am nearly seven years late, but I loved Lancaster four grain, it's a shame they don't
make it any more.. Would love to work out a clone for this, loved the spicy, grainy flavor it
had. The ne...
Posted in thread: 0 minute hop addition on 02-29-2016 at 02:38 AM
I usually run everything through a strainer when transferring to primary, so flameout additions
stay there through the cooling process. It's up to you really.This is what I do also, works
Posted in thread: Loosing too much heat in mash tun on 02-28-2016 at 09:56 PM
I have a Coleman 70 quart extreme cooler I use as a mash tun. I ALWAYS preheat my mush tun to
170F, in Beersmith you can add this temperature and it will automatically calculate your strike
Posted in thread: Warm vs Cold conditioning (KEG) on 02-23-2016 at 03:35 AM
I find most beers are better ten to twelve weeks after being brewed. I keg most everything, and
have found this to be true with the exception of Belgians, IPAs and a few others like a
barleywine. I us...