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01-31-2012

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02-24-2014 2:07 AM

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    ABOUT ME

  • http://tallybrewlist.blogspot.com/ (my blog!)
  • modifying nerf guns,brewing,and reading about brewing and beer/food pairings
  • Student\delivery driver
  • aaron
  • I tend to stick to everything inbetween hard rock/heavy metal to trance/electro/house/dubstep.rnrnI also love a good show/movie theme and anything with heavy orchestral/strings.
  • The Shawshank redemption
  • true blood, the walking dead, Breaking bad, drinking made easy/3 sheets, pawn stars, and green lantern are some of my favorite current TV shows.rnrnI have too many other loved ones to list
  • applying to this site?rnrnYeast, Brewing better beer, How to brew, and the brew-masters table.
  • N/a, atm. The council of Seminole Zymurgyists may happen
  • Honestly I got into brewing to save money (quality beer costs $$ after all) and its really taken over.rnrnI brewed about 5 extract recipes before moving onto all grain and keep advancing my process.rnrnas of this moment Ive been brewing for about 7 months and hope to keep up my momentum
  • Many, I have several recipies that Im working on now like:rnLemon-drop hefewesienrnIris Brown alernOddmans special oatmeal stoutrnrnI hope to work on a scotch ale, imperial stout, and milk stout after I master my current recipes
  • Iris Brown ale, version 2.0
  • I don't believe in secondary fermentation.rnrnyea I said it ;)
  • Lots, and lots of stuff. I have a closet full of cases of bottled brews and empty bottles
  • Kegging is still far off for me. I want to perfect my recipes, process, and brewing equipment before I move into kegging.
  • Male
  • Single
  • tallahssee
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LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Ok been over 72 hours and no signs of fermenting starting on 01-15-2014 at 10:27 PM
    Agreed, more details are needed......but what I would suggest you not do is panic and do
    something drastic. I've had the same problem before when I let a starter of yeast sit for too
    long. it went dor...

  • Posted in thread: My House IPA on 01-15-2014 at 10:24 PM
    damn, that is a funky looking recipe. Almost everything that you can use is used, and it looks
    like it would probably taste like a great hoppy IPA. Looks good in the glass too!

  • Posted in thread: Well... I think I have an infection in my equipment... on 01-15-2014 at 10:22 PM
    Id say to just get a new auto-siphon. I've had to replace mine when I started getting infected
    yeast washing and took a good hard look at all the cracks in my auto and just decided that it
    Wasn't wort...

  • Posted in thread: Worst. IPA. Ever. on 01-15-2014 at 06:16 PM
    Stone Ruination is a beer I have never loved. Too bitter and undrinkable (its an imperial ipa,
    but yea, I guess it still counts). I also was not a fan of nb ranger, but did not hate it like
    I hate Rui...

  • Posted in thread: Most annoying response when you tell someone you're a homebrewer? on 01-15-2014 at 06:12 PM
    I guess that i haven't had an annoying response yet, tho i think the closest that I got came
    from my family......but that is to be expected. When you tell your mom that your making gallons
    of beer at ...

  • Posted in thread: correct extension cord for a 2000W heat stick on 11-04-2013 at 04:16 PM
    Update: Everything has been dryed and set up, and so far it looks like Ill have no issues. The
    wire I picked up was way too long, but that can be fixed later if/when I build a 2ed stick.In
    the tests t...

  • Posted in thread: correct extension cord for a 2000W heat stick on 10-25-2013 at 03:32 AM
    It would probably be fine for your heater, though you would be passing a bit over the rated
    15A. That cord has 10ga. conductors, yet is only UL certified for 15A, due to the standard 15A,
    125V plug co...

  • Posted in thread: correct extension cord for a 2000W heat stick on 10-25-2013 at 01:34 AM
    120V, any length will do, tho a preferred length of about 25ish feet.Hell, anyone telling me
    the type of wire that they used would help a lot.sooooo, basically this thing? got a better
    option?

  • Posted in thread: correct extension cord for a 2000W heat stick on 10-25-2013 at 12:41 AM
    I have almost all the parts I need to build it, but I just realized that the cord I was saving
    is probably not up to the task. It was used on a 1000w steam cleaner, so I figure that I need
    something s...

  • Posted in thread: two elements running on the same outlet? on 10-07-2013 at 06:37 PM
    soo, what....... Get an extension cord and hook it up in another room?

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