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    ABOUT ME

  • Beer,Eve Online,Reading
  • Physicist
  • Altbier
  • Apple / Blueberry Apfelwein, Kolsch
  • American Stout, Porter
  • Male
  • Married

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  • Posted in thread: Stir Plate During Fermentation on 09-21-2012 at 05:01 PM
    Thank you both for the feedback.Kai, that is a wonderful idea and would definitely make this
    much easier. Nice experiment, by the way! I am looking forward to some brewing lab work. I've
    gotten so sic...

  • Posted in thread: Stir Plate During Fermentation on 09-21-2012 at 05:55 AM
    I am doing a small experiment to see what effect keeping the yeast in suspension all the way
    through fermentation will have. I'll update as I get more data.I did a simple Weissbier from
    extract. 1/4 l...

  • Posted in thread: Ice Stabilization on 09-13-2012 at 01:48 PM
    I have involuntarily created a five gallon beer cube by putting off kegging the batch I was
    cold crashing for too long...You mean that this is a valuable technique if I could only learn
    to control it?...

  • Posted in thread: Ice Stabilization on 09-06-2012 at 02:56 PM
    I posted this in the General Beer Discussion section and then realized it is more appropriate
    here.I have been reading George Fix's book "Principles of Brewing Science." He has a section on
    ice stabil...

  • Posted in thread: Ice Conditioning on 09-04-2012 at 03:14 PM
    I have been reading George Fix's book "Principles of Brewing Science." He has a section on ice
    stabilization, where around 5% of the beer is frozen and the remaining liquid removed and
    allowed to cont...

  • Posted in thread: 5 Day Sweet Country Cider on 11-25-2011 at 10:55 PM
    I had just finished a batch of EdWort's Apelfwein and dumped this on top of the yeast left in
    the carboy after bottling. Other than using Cooper's Ale Yeast, everything else is identical
    and the cider...

  • Posted in thread: What's your go-to-homebrew? on 09-26-2011 at 06:42 PM
    KölschCrispy, clean, spicy. All of the lager goodness without the lager fussiness. Kölsch is
    always in my lineup.

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