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    ABOUT ME

  • Alpharetta, GA
  • Homebrewing,Family,Xbox 360,Watersports
  • Tax Accountant
  • Steve Forbes
  • Alternative & Classic Rock
  • Brewing Network
  • In the Fall of 2005, some roommates and I wanted to brew a better Coors Light-- we pitched in and bought a basic setup and extract kit and brewed it-- it was borderline awful. The kit got stuffed away into storage. Two years later, in the Winter of 2007, I dug up that kit and tried a similar kit. It was fantastic. Thanks to the 'Basic Brewing All Grain DVD', I went all-grain two batches later. Coming up on my 1 Year Anniversary as a true homebrewer, I have brewed close to 75 gallons and have more than half a dozen all-grain batches under my belt. Now I've set my eyes on entering competitions.
  • 1) Xmas Spice Beer
    2) Octoberfest/Marzen
    3) Pale Ale
    4) American Premium Lager
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  • Super Sierra Nevada Clone
    Stevorino's American Wheat
    Better Beer Dry Stout
  • Jamil's Chocolate Hazelnut Robust Porter
    Jamil's Blonde Ale
    Super Sierra Nevada Clone
    Stevorino's American Wheat
    The Continental Munich Helles
    Cloudy Cerveza (Dos Equis Amber gone wrong)
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  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Brewtroller vs BCS on 01-06-2013 at 12:33 PM
    So this is what I'm gathering from this thread so far:Both systems are great.Both have the
    capability to run more processes than you will ever need.BCS is faster & easier to get from
    unboxing to brewi...

  • Posted in thread: Clear/White slimy strings floating in suspension? on 09-22-2012 at 09:58 PM
    That sounds right.The interesting thing is it seems to be the worst for the first beer and
    almost nonpresent in 4th or 5th beer

  • Posted in thread: Clear/White slimy strings floating in suspension? on 09-22-2012 at 08:08 PM
    Hey guys - I am going thorough all of my stored homebrew kegs (10+) and I've found that a lot
    of them have these white, slimy strings floating in them. They look great on the surface and
    taste no diff...

  • Posted in thread: Primary in 23L Carboy on 04-22-2012 at 04:15 PM
    It's winemaking day and I just realized I only have 23L carboys available (no pails and my
    larger carboys are being used currently by beer.Wanted to run this by some of you guys:I'm
    thinking about mak...

  • Posted in thread: Specific Winemaking Questions on 04-18-2012 at 07:10 PM
    Yooper - I really appreciate you taking the time to answer all these questions. I feel much
    better about it and am looking forward to doing it w/ my wife this weekend!

  • Posted in thread: Specific Winemaking Questions on 04-18-2012 at 04:31 PM
    Thanks Yooper!

  • Posted in thread: Specific Winemaking Questions on 04-18-2012 at 03:29 PM
    This is a new thread based on my advanced winemaking instructions thread. Quick recap: I'm
    making my first wine kit and am underwhelmed by the basic instructions. I understand that
    following the instr...

  • Posted in thread: Advanced Instructions for Winemaking Komits? on 04-18-2012 at 03:16 PM
    Great stuff guys - thanks for the continued replies. Thanks for the thumbs up on Jack Keller's
    website - it is definitely 90's/GeoCities-Era tough and why I wanted to verify it was quality
    info before...

  • Posted in thread: Advanced Instructions for Winemaking Komits? on 04-18-2012 at 04:33 AM
    Ok sweet - well we'll give it a go and hope it turns out well.For our first 2 we have some
    Cellar Craft Selection kits to see what comes out. My guess is that they turn out as good or
    better than we e...

  • Posted in thread: Advanced Instructions for Winemaking Komits? on 04-17-2012 at 11:08 PM
    Hey all - I've been searching the grand internetz for about an hour now and am now turning back
    to my homebrew roots for an answer.Quick background: I consider myself an advanced homebrewer
    (all-grain...

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-Stevorino-_________________________________________ In Keezer: 1. BCS - Wet Hopped West Coast Blaster 2. CYBI - Gordon's IPA Clone 3. BCS - Scottish -80 4. BCS - Specialty Saison (Gold Medal at BMO) In Process: 1. BCS - Janet's Brown Ale (Fermenting)
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