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04-06-2008

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09-03-2014 11:51 PM

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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: Spike Brewing 12.5 Gallon Conical Fermenter Giveaway! on 01-06-2014 at 11:27 PM
    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 12:53 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 12:49 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 12:43 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 01:55 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...

  • Posted in thread: bad idea to take ingredients on a plane? on 01-02-2010 at 01:47 PM
    As long as it's all powder and labeled, you should have no problem. Liquids... that's another
    story. You may get an extra search where someone goes thru your bag, and swabs for the
    explosive sniffer, ...

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1 COMMENTS
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September 10, 2008  •  07:10 PM
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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