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01-09-2008

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07-27-2010 10:43 AM

    ABOUT ME

  • cibolo tx
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  • i saw a good eats episode on home brewing and thought it would be a cool hobby, but i was underage and i just thought of picking it up i saw the home brewing video put out by sam adams founder and i decided to take the plunge. and its been great my first brew i nearly took the paint off the kitchen walls and i've been loving it ever since.
  • monticello house ale
  • freetail ale 1.crow
  • pilgrim's apple ale
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LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Airlock vs. Blowoff tube? on 04-06-2009 at 04:48 PM
    blow offs are very useful if you have very active yeast that makes a nice thick foamy head, and
    it can get into your airlock and leak out onto your fermenter especially if you don't have a
    lot of room...

  • Posted in thread: my airlock water evaporated? on 04-06-2009 at 04:40 PM
    i've had a suck back before and when i added some tap water (not thinking) some went straight
    into the fermenter. after worrying for a week i bottled it and it turned out the be an awesome
    brew

  • Posted in thread: DME as stop leak for my brewpot on 03-27-2009 at 04:14 PM
    so i was heating up my new brew pot that was supposed to be 16 qt. and i put 3 gallons of water
    in it and it was almost to the top. then i see a rivet is leaking. so i pour some water back
    into the ju...

  • Posted in thread: My beer has no head on 03-20-2009 at 01:49 PM
    2 words, cara pils, i use it in almost every brew. i started using it in my third brew and that
    was one of my best beers, so its kinda like my rabbits foot. it helps with head retention and
    adds some ...

  • Posted in thread: bee cave brewery on 03-20-2009 at 01:39 PM
    ohh man thats awesome i think i have a new hero.

  • Posted in thread: bee cave brewery on 03-20-2009 at 07:20 AM
    i seem to remember that ed wort's brewery is bee cave brewery. and i am on brewmasters
    warehouse recipe site and some of the brews are from bee cave brewery. is this a coincidence?

  • Posted in thread: How to figure conversion through steeping? on 03-03-2009 at 07:59 PM
    if you are trying to hit a target OG you can take the gravity after steeping your grains and
    then adding extract as necessary. i am reading designing great beers by ray daniels and it has
    a lot of equ...

  • Posted in thread: Adding Fruit on 03-02-2009 at 05:04 PM
    i read in beer magazine (this months issue) that usually you add 1 pound for each gallon (ei 5
    lbs for 5 gallons, 3 lbs for 3 gallons). next check and make sure the berries are in someway
    sterilized. ...

  • Posted in thread: cara-pils ? on 03-02-2009 at 02:40 PM
    i use carapils in just about every recipe i make. it imparts very little color (just over 1
    lovibond) no detectable flavor in ales, but adds body and helps with head retention.

  • Posted in thread: you know you're a homebrewer when... on 02-06-2009 at 08:23 PM
    you know you're a home brewer when......"i think taking a new job in texas is a great idea, its
    only an hour away from austin homebrew supply."and..."i think its a great idea to go visit your
    mom in a...

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I'm trying to drink away the part of the day that I cannot sleep away Rogue Crow Brewery Primary 1 (chino)- carmel vanilla cream ale Primary 2 (adam)- nothing primary 3 (billy)- nothing Secondary 1 (perry)- nothing Secondary 2 (waymon)- nothing Bottled- Freetail Ale 1.crow, prematura premavera (saison), Monticello House Ale On Deck- blonde ale (fruit experiment)
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