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02-27-2008

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11-16-2010 3:41 PM

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    ABOUT ME

  • Acworth, GA
  • brewing (duh),reefkeeping,shooting,gardening,cooking,diving,kayaking,cycling
  • Network Geek
  • good music.
  • the matrix.
  • no watch shows, just news and non drama.
  • schismatrix, hitchhikers guide
  • My roomie got me into it back in 2001. Inherited his MoreBeer 10 gallon 3 tier setup, eventually moved from CA to FL and couldn't take it with me. Moved to GA 2 years ago and had the room to brew, started with a pot on the stove doing extracts, had always done all grain so extract was kind of lame. Upgraded to 30 gallon kettle as everyone kept killing my kegs during bbqs, thankfully they leave their nice microbrews and donate to the ingredients fund. Been doing mini mashes for lack of a MLT, just ordered that so I'll be back into all grain SOON! A 30 gallon Brutus / B3 single tier system in the plans as soon as I find the funds and hide it from SWMBO.
  • 17 bags of grain coming, i have no idea. ;)
  • BM Octoberfast Ale
  • I don't bother with secondary, just leave it in primary longer..
  • Roadkill Red Ale, unintentional BMC clone (it sucks..why did i make a light ale)
  • southern brown ale, irish red ale
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Inductor Fermenter Infection ?'s on 04-22-2010 at 02:29 PM
    am told its lacto not aceto, which is better.

  • Posted in thread: Inductor Fermenter Infection ?'s on 04-22-2010 at 02:15 PM
    No, I have never done that. I figured the recirc would take care of that.

  • Posted in thread: Inductor Fermenter Infection ?'s on 04-22-2010 at 02:01 PM
    So I have been using a pair of plastic inductor tanks for over a year now with no issues until
    fairly recently. I've have a few batches in one develop some sort of infection, its either
    lacto or aceto...

  • Posted in thread: Brutusesque 20 build almost complete on 04-16-2010 at 04:30 PM
    First brew day yesterday, cut an hour off the brewing time. Burners are damn hot. Melted the
    plastic off my ball valve handles, so I remove that. HEX will need to get relocated as well,
    too hot where ...

  • Posted in thread: Brutusesque 20 build almost complete on 04-02-2010 at 10:23 PM
    PS - If you use this conduit don't try and get two 18-3 wires in 1/2". It can be done, but it
    takes lithium grease and a lot of cursing. ;)

  • Posted in thread: Brutusesque 20 build almost complete on 04-02-2010 at 10:22 PM
    So I was almost done with the wiring, then I saw another rig with the cool watertight conduit
    and promptly redid mine. Made a new control box as well, needed more room to house a small pc
    we use at wo...

  • Posted in thread: BCS-460, is it worth it? on 03-30-2010 at 04:03 PM
    I've been after pressure sensors for 'digital sight gauges' for some time, add a few solenoid
    valves and you can automate almost everything short of milling the grain.

  • Posted in thread: BCS-460, is it worth it? on 03-30-2010 at 02:16 PM
    Check out an Asus netbook, small, cheap and handy. That or look at small form factor computers.
    I might even be able to sell you one super cheap, we use them at work.

  • Posted in thread: Brutusesque 20 build almost complete on 03-30-2010 at 01:53 PM
    Im amazed you have a sprinkler in your house!In the garage, I think its code here. There are
    two in the garage, thankfully the other one did not pop. I was told the ones I have are 155*F
    (red vial) an...

  • Posted in thread: My Single-Tier Propane/Electric Hybrid Brew Rig on 03-30-2010 at 01:50 PM
    Nice work, stealing your wire containment ideas for the Asco valves. ;)

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