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    ABOUT ME

  • beer brewing,candle making,soap making,gemstones,fly fishing,hiking,backpacking,snowshoeing,outdoors,precious metals
  • Network Engineer
  • Jeff Whiteside
  • Everything from jazz and classical to industrial and hard rock. Music knows no boundaries with me.
  • I love a good thriller, but anything good will do. I only try to avoid (most) westerns and movies devoid of sound.
  • I don't really watch TV. Too much to do in this life without turning my mind's driver seat over to a marketing campaign. When I do watch, it's something like National Geographic or whatever's on the Discovery Channel.
  • Most of what I read is "how-to" non-fiction type of stuff. I absorb information and love to learn and almost always have my nose stuffed in a book that teaches me something. I also love a good thriller here and there.
  • Zoo City Zymurgists
  • Been drinking fine micros since 1994 and made the jump into brewing in 2007. I've been primarily brewing extract recipes enhanced with steeped grains. I started planning my all grain setup in May 2012 and finally made the jump to all grain in October 2012. I've been drinking beer for over a decade and a half and it's still a joy that I learn and experience new tastes when it comes to beer. I've easily tasted over 1,000 different brews and have shed ALL preconceptions and bias of beer from my being.
  • All of the beers. Seriously, I have a desire to eventually brew most of the major styles. My go-to's are typically pale ales, IPA's, sweet stouts and pilsners.
  • Various brews
  • Not very typical, looking forward to aging some sours/wild ales.
  • Many, many beers by now.
  • I STILL don't keg. I want to, and I know it would be easier, but I don't terribly mind bottling.
  • Male
  • In a Relationship
  • Missoula
  • Montana

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  • Posted in thread: Fermentation Temperature Control on 05-01-2015 at 11:54 PM
    I think there's been tests that show ~1 degree difference between the exterior of a fermenter
    (taken from say, a brewmometer or well insulated thermal probe) compared to the internal
    temperature. The ...

  • Posted in thread: How to succeed at sour mash? on 05-01-2015 at 11:41 PM
    I've done a couple and what I'll tell you is that it's slightly different from a typical sour.
    It tends to be really "clean" in nature, not "funky" like a lot of sours are. That said, it is
    a quick wa...

  • Posted in thread: Coopers Ginger Beer fermentation signs on 05-01-2015 at 10:03 PM
    It sounds to me like it's starting to kick off, based on the bubbles you're seeing. As the
    yeast grow, fermentation will become more and more noticeable until it's entirely obvious. It
    will usually lo...

  • Posted in thread: Confession Time on 05-01-2015 at 01:45 AM
    I've made plenty of mistakes in my days of brewing, but I finally have a real confession.I
    built the current iteration of my 10G brewery around 3 years ago. For the first time since,
    I've actually tak...

  • Posted in thread: keg... cold crash and gelatin on 04-30-2015 at 05:23 AM
    Welcome! You can use gelatin in either primary/secondary or in the keg, but both need to be
    cold for it to work well. The idea with using it in primary/secondary is you don't transfer the
    stuff to the...

  • Posted in thread: Stir plate question for 10 gallon batches on 04-30-2015 at 03:29 AM
    I didn't specifically seek out a special stirplate that could handle 5L vs. 2L, I just went
    with a solid dude I heard about on here that runs stirstarters.com. Been super happy and I've
    done 4L starte...

  • Posted in thread: Can I use bottle caps that were previously sanitized? on 04-29-2015 at 07:55 PM
    I almost always, without fail, have more caps soaked in sanitizer than I use on bottling day. I
    always just put 'em back away and pull them out when needed. Never had a problem with either
    regular or ...

  • Posted in thread: Stuck Before I Start on 04-29-2015 at 07:37 PM
    I think that's a smart choice. If BIAB had been a pioneered option when I was learning to brew,
    I would have done that long before I switched to all grain. Extract does have a benefit of
    being easy on...

  • Posted in thread: 25% Off Site Wide - Cheers to Big Brew 2015! on 04-29-2015 at 07:21 PM
    I think it's expired. The post was from 4/23, last week...so Sunday would have been 4/26...or
    three days ago. Hope that helps!

  • Posted in thread: STC-1000 vs Johnson Temp Control on 04-27-2015 at 10:48 PM
    I think your assessment is correct. It's not a particularly complicated circuit, however, and
    there's plenty of diagrams out there that show you things like "put wire nut here" etc. I've
    built six of ...

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