mosyslack

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04-07-2008

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    ABOUT ME

  • Fly fishing,home brewing (duh),flying
  • Law Enforcement
  • Dave
  • Rock (both kinds...old and new), jazz, blues, old country, old school hip hop, etc...
  • Geesh...too many to list
  • Family Guy, My Name is Earl, The Office, super agent Jack Bauer and the non-stop action of 24
  • My Father-in-law has been brewing for 20 years...I have had an interest for the recent history and he helped by push me into this.
  • Pale Ale
  • 3rd Shift Breakfast Stout
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Ss Brewtech’s Biggest Baddest Holiday Giveaway Ever! on 12-02-2015 at 03:19 PM
    Sweet! In!!!!

  • Posted in thread: Spike Brewing 12.5 Gallon Conical Fermenter Giveaway! on 01-07-2014 at 12:27 AM
    In like flynn

  • Posted in thread: Does a spice bomb ever calm down? on 08-23-2013 at 02:00 AM
    I brewed Christmas Ale a few years ago with cloves. It took just over a year for it mellow. On
    thing I have learned is to be cautious about throwing things out unless there are glaring
    issues (infecti...

  • Posted in thread: Carboy/ Keg Cleaner Giveaway on 05-26-2011 at 10:47 AM
    I have a question about my first brew. Do I have to boil the extract and water and everything?
    How a bout the yeast?hahaI guess just enter me in the drawing, thanks!

  • Posted in thread: Yeast Starters, not just for increasing cell counts anymore on 08-03-2010 at 10:52 PM
    Hmmm, sometimes there is very little activity in the starter, has the gravity moved? I couldn't
    take it if my hearty friends died from just the temperature of a "marathon runners crotch" I
    guess it de...

  • Posted in thread: Adding oxygen vs degassing on 07-27-2010 at 10:41 PM
    Those are 2 different things. Typically, O2 is added prior to/while you add yeast, so that the
    yeast have the required oxygen.Degassing is the process of shaking, stirring, etc to release
    CO2 after th...

  • Posted in thread: goose island IPA on 01-10-2010 at 01:53 AM
    Dry Hopping is the primary reason for the big hop nose. Late additions (flame out) help out a
    bit, but primarily it's the dry hopping with fresh hops

  • Posted in thread: Dry-hopping question x3 on 01-10-2010 at 01:49 AM
    Generally, I dry-hop for 7-10 days at most and discard the spent hops. I'm sure they might be
    fine to re-use but they are not going to add as much to the next batch as this one. Just buy
    new and go wi...

  • Posted in thread: Newbie Here on 01-10-2010 at 01:43 AM
    First rule of fight club...No, not really. Airlock activity (or lack of) is not necessarily an
    indication of fermentation or the lack of. Draw off a sample and take a hydro reading, that is
    really the...

  • Posted in thread: Competition Brewers 2009 Results on 01-02-2010 at 02:55 PM
    I only entered one competition, the AHA regional, but I did place second for a Blonde Ale. It
    then went to the national final (ok, so actually that's 2 I guess), but I did not place there.
    It actually...

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Primary:dry Secondary: dry Bottled:Pale Ale Drinking: 3rd Shift Breakfast Stout, store bought
1 COMMENTS
Posted: 
September 11, 2008  •  12:10 AM
Nice jet. My mom got her pilot's license when she was 16 and I have two uncles that still fly their plane (not sure but it seats 6 and has a prop). Both my grandfathers were pilots. Mom's dad owned a plane until he, my grandmother, and young uncle died in it before I was born. My dad's father was a B-17 pilot at the end of the German daylight bombing raids and never flew again after the war. I loves me some planes :). Good to meet you and glad you're a brewer too.
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