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05-28-2008

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01-05-2014 12:23 PM

    ABOUT ME

  • Monument, CO
  • AHA
  • VE07 Clone, Delirious Belgian, 90m Cascade, Cascade Pale, Oatmeal Stout, Peated Pumpkin Porter, Saison Redeux, Saison Deja Vu.
  • VE08 Clone
  • None
  • IIPA, Saison Premiere Soured, Saison Deux Soured, Saison Amarillo, Michelada Lime Agave Pils
  • Vanilla Porter, Oaked Imperial Vanilla Porter, Punkin Ale, Amarillo Pale, ESB
  • Male
  • Married

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  • Posted in thread: Rapture Russian Imperial Stout on 12-23-2012 at 04:12 PM
    Noticed on the original recipe you had both Pacman and Thames Valley listed. Did you use both
    or default back to the Pacman based on the high ABV tolerance?Looks great, going to be brewing
    something r...

  • Posted in thread: Basic RIMS setup - will this work? on 03-01-2012 at 02:53 AM
    Yes, I was recirculating. Granted it was a 5g batch of a low ABV beer in a full keggle so
    thermal mass wasn't high (7-8# of grain total) and ambient temp was near freezing.

  • Posted in thread: Basic RIMS setup - will this work? on 02-29-2012 at 08:50 PM
    What Frogger said, the last several batches I've had pretty big swings in my mash temp over
    short periods of time (5-6 deg drop over 10min). I'll turn on the burner as low as I can get it
    but it ends ...

  • Posted in thread: Basic RIMS setup - will this work? on 02-28-2012 at 05:29 PM
    Should have probably included the entire setup. The details above would only be for maintaining
    temp in the mash and supporting steps. Each tank (HLT, MT, and kettle) has a burner.

  • Posted in thread: Basic RIMS setup - will this work? on 02-28-2012 at 03:05 AM
    Have a single tier, 2 pump setup - just got a RIMS tube in from Brewer's hardware and am
    looking at putting together these to get it working. Comfortable enough around the electric
    work and recognize ...

  • Posted in thread: Oztoberfest (1st place with score of 43!) on 11-06-2011 at 07:50 PM
    Congrats!Any idea if the overall results are posted anywhere or were you there for the awards
    ceremony?Cheers,Scott

  • Posted in thread: Hard Lemonade on 09-12-2010 at 01:38 AM
    When using the campden tablets to kill any wild yeasts (or sanitize things), you should give it
    24+ hours before you add your yeast starter or it will kill your yeasties too.Guessing that
    this is prob...

  • Posted in thread: Hard Lemonade on 09-09-2010 at 12:34 PM
    i'd say at least 24 hrs, else he may have killed off his yeast - it wasn't clear (at least to
    this sod) if it was added in sequence or all at once from his original message.

  • Posted in thread: Hard Lemonade on 09-09-2010 at 12:21 PM
    when did you add the yeast compared to the campden tablets (e.g. 24+ hrs between additions?).

  • Posted in thread: Hard Lemonade on 05-26-2010 at 02:55 AM
    The best luck I've had has been with EC-1118 (with the exception of a port that just won't
    ferment out - damn thing) and I detailed what route I went a few pages back in this list but
    essentially buil...

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Planning: Marzen/Oktoberfest, Belgian Pale, Maredsous 8 clone, RIS, Scottish 80 /- Primary/Secondary: Red's Rye, Sorta Saison Brett IPA, Pissenlit Saison Printemps (souring), Saison du Ete Amarillo, Pale sour (sorta RR Temptation clone), Dark sour (sorta RR Consecration clone) Kegged: Mile'd Brown, Ginger Saison Bottled: Barleywine, Palo Santo'd BW, Hard Lemonade, Ginger Saison, Noel Blanc Saison Brett, Delirious Monk Golden, Praying Monk Brune
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