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    ABOUT ME

  • USMC '84-88 - Cannon Cocker
    Purdue Boilermaker
    Chicago Bears Fan
  • Beer Making &
    Fishing... Golf!!
  • Engineer
  • Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier
  • Alternative
  • Oldies; Patton, A Bridge too Far, The Longest Day. Forrest Gump, Waterboy, Caddyshack 1 & 2, The Fa
  • The O'Reilly Factor. The Shield. Fishing w/ Rolland Martin. Any NFL Football
  • The Complete Joy of Homebrewing, Brewing Classic Styles. Brewmaster's Table
  • None right now...
  • Read about it in college a great deal. Never tried it out, just talked about it a lot. Then I got a Mr Beer kit for Xmas. Made about a dozen batches then stepped up to 5 gal batches, roughly a 2 years later I'm AG. Now addicted to brewing, not so much drinking. I can work on that.
  • Dunkelweizen and Helles/Maibock
  • Strong Ale,
  • Nothing
  • Free-Beer, Irish Red, Brown Porter
  • Male
  • Married
  • Decatur
  • Illinois

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: How High To Prime A Polypin? on 05-30-2015 at 12:32 AM
    Yeah I'm happy with it, but I mostly use my keezer.

  • Posted in thread: How High To Prime A Polypin? on 05-28-2015 at 02:51 AM
    Im thinking of using kreamy-x in my next beer.

  • Posted in thread: How High To Prime A Polypin? on 05-28-2015 at 02:50 AM
    No it doesn't. Most, if not all U.K. Real ale is at 52F and 1.0 volume of CO2.The beer is close
    to being flat. The trick is shooting it out an engine to create a head.

  • Posted in thread: How High To Prime A Polypin? on 05-24-2015 at 04:27 PM
    Double post....sorry

  • Posted in thread: How High To Prime A Polypin? on 05-24-2015 at 04:24 PM
    Apparently - I didn't wait long enough. After 2 weeks the cubitainer was full, but not tight.
    As I saw another set of instructions that suggested moving it to serving temperature once it
    began to infl...

  • Posted in thread: Hoegaarden Witbier Clone - Pierre Celis White on 05-23-2015 at 02:07 AM
    If you can, buy some flaked wheat and the wyeast liquid yeast in this recipe. This is spot on
    for Hoegaarden.

  • Posted in thread: Hoegaarden Witbier Clone - Pierre Celis White on 05-23-2015 at 01:56 AM
    You need to have wheat to make a wit. Otherwise you're making a miller-like ale. American light
    ale. BTW - I'm the OP.

  • Posted in thread: Miller Lite (Really Triple Hopped) on 05-04-2015 at 03:31 AM
    This is an easy recipe to make, satisfies most BMC drinkers.You should make it with German or
    Czech hops for them. BMC'rs.BMC-Bud, Miller, Coors drinkers-The home brewer crowd would
    appreciate a citru...

  • Posted in thread: Miller Lite (Really Triple Hopped) on 05-02-2015 at 09:32 PM

  • Posted in thread: Miller Lite (Really Triple Hopped) on 05-02-2015 at 02:24 PM
    So, I got about 12 or more pages through this thread and I really want to try this brew. I did
    not find any thing about a smaller all grain batch. My question would be...has any body tried a
    smaller 3...

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13 COMMENTS
Posted: 
July 18, 2008  •  03:09 AM
He who drinks beer gets drunk.

He who gets drunk goes to sleep.

He who sleeps does not sin.

So lets drink and go to heaven!!!
Posted: 
July 18, 2008  •  11:24 AM
Work is the curse of the drinking class! - Oscar Wilde
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July 26, 2008  •  03:40 PM
Sin boldly that grace may abound!
Posted: 
July 26, 2008  •  10:32 PM
What liver??? I thought it was only affected by hard liquour and cholesterol drugs...??
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August 2, 2008  •  07:14 AM
Bong ong, at least we have the opprutunity to craft our own beer the way we like it, cheers!
Posted: 
August 7, 2008  •  03:13 AM
You're my wife's favorite beer!
Posted: 
August 16, 2008  •  08:45 PM
Never truer words were spoken, lol.
Posted: 
August 16, 2008  •  08:47 PM
Love the apfelwein video!!!
Posted: 
November 30, 2008  •  12:01 AM
My wife keeps hounding me about drinking more water. I told her that beer is 85% water and 15% love... how the hell could I possibly be dehydrated from that? I must not be drinking enough!
Posted: 
November 30, 2008  •  12:04 AM
My wife keeps hounding me about drinking more water. I told her that beer is 85% water and 15% love... how the hell could I possibly be dehydrated from that? I must not be drinking enough! Then I said... maybe I need to see Schlenkerla for the appropriate mixture.
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March 23, 2009  •  11:55 PM
Semper Fi!
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March 10, 2010  •  10:01 PM
Sorry...I didn't see this earlier...I totally agree...
Posted: 
February 11, 2011  •  05:35 PM
Originally Posted by Revvy

Then that means dumping your beer because you think it's bad is tantamount to abortion! And as Big Kahuna says, drinking a beer too soon is tatamount to beer pedophilia...
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