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    ABOUT ME

  • Just moved to Edmonton Alberta from Prince George BC.
  • I've been having great success with mini-mash for the past few years and am currently working on building an all grain setup. Prince George has long winters and since I'm without a garage I'm trying to go electric (without breaking the bank). I've got my kegs cut and gathered my parts for weldless fittings, site glass, etc. Just need to figure out the controls..... ;)
  • Red Hook ESB clone,
    Serendipity Porter
  • Sierra Nevada Clone
  • Tits Up IIPA,
    Old Speckled Hen clone
  • English County Premium Bitter,
    Doggy Style IPA
  • Engaged
  • Edmonton
  • Alberta

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  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-20-2011 at 04:37 AM
    Also Erok, a pint around these parts is $6.75!!! I was used to $4 or $5 and didn't expect the
    price of beer to go up when I shifted Provinces. I will be happy to haul water in the new year,
    I pick up ...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-20-2011 at 04:31 AM
    Thanks for the thoughts Erok,My recent issues may VERY well be brewing practice, but it is not
    sanitation. I seriously question the water in this place (as noted) but I'm now thinking the
    temp of this...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-18-2011 at 08:19 AM
    The temp in this place has been at least 75f. Having things too hot has never been an issue
    before! This is why I'm thinking it is at least an issue, if not the culprit.

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-18-2011 at 08:07 AM
    Something tells me that if the OP won't haul water up stairs on the occasional brew day he
    isn't going to haul water for daily drinking.I usually brew about a batch a week. That's a lot
    of water! :cro...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-18-2011 at 07:49 AM
    so the Brew House kit is doing fine. The american wheat, not so much. Brewed the kit last
    saturday and the AW last sunday. All was fine until I think thursday. Came home, gave the beer
    a sniff and all...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-11-2011 at 05:02 PM
    If it is not clear from my above post regarding the glass on the counter my thought on this is
    that I've never seen clean water in a clean glass start to grow in a few days, never mind
    enough to chang...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-11-2011 at 04:49 PM
    Also, after boiling the water for top ups, there appears to be considerable sedimentation at
    the bottom of the pot. Enough that the bottom gallon is murky when poured out. The water is
    boiled so I'm n...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-11-2011 at 04:41 PM
    Sorry for the delay, new job and new city has been taking up all of my time and I only got to
    brewing this weekend. I started the last Brew House kit I had yesterday and it's bubbling away
    nicely. As ...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-05-2011 at 05:20 AM
    @BryanJ, There was also visual signs of infection on the batches that went down the drain but
    the smell was the clear indication. The first, which was left the longest, had what actually
    looked like d...

  • Posted in thread: new home curse...6infected batches and counting on 12-04-2011 at 07:38 AM
    :mug:

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