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    ABOUT ME

  • Brewing,Snowboarind,Computer Programming,Traveling,Turntables
  • In early 2011, A friend and I dreamed of one day brewing our own beer. By late 2011 we put our pennies to good use and bought a Ale Pale kit through an online site. Our first brew was done on the side burner of a grill. New and naive to brewing, we forged on to a tasteful Pale Ale. rn rnSince then, we have upgrade to a glass primary carboy, as well as a 5 gallon glass secondary. We have also invested in a outdoor burner and started doing full 5 gallon boils. rnIn the beginning of 2012, I started working on DIY projects. I built a MLT, bought a bigger kettle, built a stir plate and made the jump to all grain. rnHomebrewing is one of my favorite hobbies, I love every detail about it. I love researching and reading on all things from the chemistry of the mash to different DIY projects. I'm always looking for ways to improve my brewing.
  • Pliny the Elder,rnChocolate Bock
  • Dogfish Head 50 min clone (AG)
  • Monks Blood clonernOctoberfest Dunkleweizen rnAttitude Amber Pale AlernChocolate Raspberry Stout x 2 rnDogfish Head 60 min Clone
  • Male
  • Married
  • Kingston
  • Pennsylvania

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  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-30-2014 at 05:23 AM
    OMG! Please pass the dunce hat this way! I'm a total NOOB. Remeber how I said it's been awhile
    since I've done any sort of brewing?!? Well you won't beleive my blunder of my blunder now, or
    maybe you ...

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-27-2014 at 01:26 PM
    I'm interested to get a feel how adding yeast to a already fermenting wort goes.Trust me, You
    and me both!!! Haha when everything's said and done I'll let everyone know. 🍻

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-27-2014 at 04:46 AM
    heating the wort up to 77F should help to get some points lower without effecting the taste. if
    that doesn't work you should do a force fermentation testI don't think testing will give me any
    more inf...

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-27-2014 at 04:36 AM
    Sounds good, I'll pitch about 90% of it and step up the rest.

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-27-2014 at 03:51 AM
    Would halving the 2L starter (half bottled for later use,half into the wort) do the job or am I
    going to need the whole starter To get this thing moving again?

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-27-2014 at 02:54 AM
    Just for the record. I have a fresh pack of pacman on hand at the moment. I really didn't want
    to have to use it, but I was thinking of doing a 2L starter, canning off the starter for a
    future brew an...

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-27-2014 at 02:13 AM
    Well its 6 days later and now we're at 1.041. Way far off from where I expected it to be. Still
    some yeasties floating around on the top, the color has darkened out at this point. I still see
    some sli...

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-20-2014 at 05:21 PM
    The starter apeared to have had some activity. I deff had more than what I started with, and
    alot still in suspension, so I pitched the whole 2L. But I still feared i underpitched so i
    paniced and whe...

  • Posted in thread: 12 days and still fermenting - Two yeasts on 03-20-2014 at 04:37 PM
    So I made a boo boo in my brewing. It's been awhile since I brewed and I had some old yeast
    sitting around. Wasn't sure of the viability of the yeast but used a 2l yeast starter on a stir
    plate for 48...

  • Posted in thread: Da Yooper's House Pale Ale on 02-15-2013 at 03:55 AM
    I searched the thread and didn't see any mention of using Pacman yeast???Yooper, I think your a
    fan of Pacman, you use it in your 60min clone I think...I jus got a small culture going from
    some dead g...

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