Last Activity:12-05-2013 3:06 PM
Posted in thread: Where to Rent a Dual Tap Jockey Box in NYC? on 09-26-2013 at 11:21 PM
Does anybody know where I could rent a Dual tap jockey box for an event at pier 57 this
Sat-Wed? It will be used to serve batch cocktails from corny kegs, so one with those fittings
would be amazing b...
Posted in thread: Keg Carbonation Question. on 09-11-2013 at 09:01 PM
I made a Bavarian Dunkelweizen with The Weihenstephan yeast strain. Looking at carbonation
calculators to style this is a very heavily carbonated beer. Most Calculators say about 4 vols
so the equilib...
Posted in thread: Good Ole' Stuck Fermentation! on 08-19-2013 at 02:12 AM
I use a swamp cooler so the temp will flux a bit but it was consistently in the mid 60s in a
large amount of water so a lot of thermal mass. Right now it is in the 70s at ambient to see if
it will do,...
Posted in thread: Good Ole' Stuck Fermentation! on 08-19-2013 at 12:11 AM
So I brewed an Imperial IPA on 8/3 and took a 3rd reading today and it is stuck at 1.030...OG
was 1.074.Here is the full recipe: Maris Otter ImperialI used a washed sample of Fuller's WLP
002 that I d...
Posted in thread: First Kegging System on 05-29-2013 at 04:13 PM
So I'm getting a bit tired of being a bottle klepto and scrubbing 40-50 bottles every batch of
beer. I am looking to get into kegging 5 gal batches with a 1-2 keg starter kit. Are there any
Posted in thread: Only added half the hops on 05-28-2013 at 07:42 PM
If you throw them in now you'll just be dry hopping. Which probably isn't what you want with a
stout. I say leave it as is, the beer will be a bit more malt forward and taste a bit sweeter
Posted in thread: Water Modifications for Brewing on 04-25-2013 at 06:05 PM
So I haven't really delved into any water adjustments for brewing. I am planning on doing a Dry
Irish stout and was thinking of modifying the water to get closer to this profile.I picked up a
Posted in thread: Breweries in Charleston, SC on 04-16-2013 at 10:34 PM
Hey I am going to be traveling to Charleston for some beer tastings and wanted to see what are
some breweries in the area that are doing some cool and interesting things?So far looking into
Posted in thread: Biere de Garde or a Dubbel? on 04-03-2013 at 04:21 PM
It's nowhere close to a biere de garde, and way too complicated for a dubbel. If you want to
make a biere de garde, you need a different yeast and modified malts. If you want to make a
dubbel, you'll ...
Posted in thread: Biere de Garde or a Dubbel? on 04-02-2013 at 06:22 PM
I was planning on doing a Biere de Garde I put the malt bill together based on that recipe
however the store was out of any similar farmhouse strains. I picked up a vial of the WLP 510