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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: What is next? on 05-17-2015 at 07:21 PM
    I would probably continue to wait, that beer doesn't look even remotely done. I can't say why
    fermentation is taking so long, but it might indicate the yeast took awhile to get off the
    ground and ther...

  • Posted in thread: Lacto Souring Temps on 05-17-2015 at 07:13 PM
    You really should be in the 90 to 120 range for a lacto sour mash. I use a cooler (my old 10G
    mash tun) and pitch around 120 or so. Every 24 hours or so, I add boiling water to maintain the
    temps abov...

  • Posted in thread: Keezer build help on 05-17-2015 at 05:20 AM
    Don't do that unless you have a precise schematic of where the lines are, chances are very good
    you could pop a line and damage the freezer beyond repair. Even then, there's probably enough
    manufactur...

  • Posted in thread: Perlick tap gas leak on 05-17-2015 at 05:15 AM
    I'd be surprised if the leak was actually on the liquid side. Reason being, pretty much every
    liquid side leak I've had (e.g. liquid post poppet) results in liquid being expelled and it's
    rather obvio...

  • Posted in thread: Best time of year to order grain? on 05-14-2015 at 10:24 PM
    At least here in the states, northern state grain crops are sown in the spring and harvested
    between July and September, depending on where it's grown. Southern states typically plant in
    the fall with...

  • Posted in thread: When Should I Cold Crash My Starter? on 05-07-2015 at 07:56 PM
    The longer it's in the cold, the more yeast you'll pull out of suspension. A few hours is
    sufficient, but you'll dump some down the drain when you decant. I generally aim for 24(ish)
    hours for close e...

  • Posted in thread: calories in filtered vs unfiltered homebrew on 05-07-2015 at 07:29 PM
    You expected an HBT to stay precisely on topic? Ha!From what I know, the caloric contribution
    is largely from alcohol and carbohydrates derived from the malt input. Absent a full lab
    analysis, the sim...

  • Posted in thread: Mash Temp Way off, cant figure out why on 05-07-2015 at 05:29 PM
    I think of it like this with batch sparging. When we add our strike water, no matter what it's
    always too hot in there for some of the grain before we get a chance to add the full grain
    bill/stir the ...

  • Posted in thread: Another request for thermostat wiring & STC-1000 help! on 05-06-2015 at 10:12 PM
    I think you're going about it the hard way. You don't necessarily need to integrate the STC
    into the freezer's internal wiring in any way, especially if you're not doing a thermostat
    replacement. (Whi...

  • Posted in thread: 1.046 gravity for 10 gallon batch on 05-06-2015 at 07:25 PM
    If you added hops, which I'm assuming you did during the boil, it's generally not a good idea
    to extend the boil impromptu. Reason being, it will cause more extraction of bitterness from
    the hops and ...

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