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12-09-2008

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09-14-2011 6:41 PM

    ABOUT ME

  • O'fallon Missouri
  • As a chef for 20 + years, i felt it it time to brew for my self gradification. New to the hobby my plans include to force carbonate my brews, yes more kegging; less bottling right from GO! Obviously I have most of the equiptment, or access to the ones I need; {work perks ;) } , however the opportunity to share and learn is the best tool we all have. I have since upgraded my equiptment to include all-grain brewing (12-30-08).

    Thanks Home Brew Talk,

    Chef Travis
  • BEER
  • Chef De'parte
  • Travis Banks
  • Anything but RAP!!
  • Started brewing in college, good times but they are a haze. Restarted in '08 as a way of combining my love to create with the love to drink Beer. Currently I only have a setup equivelnt to the space I have, i.e. fermentation buckets x3 and kegs x2. I am restricted to partial mash and extract recipie prodution till spring, then I will build in the garage after the clean out Garage Sale. I remeber trying an ale kit and so that is where I started.
  • Variants of Red Irish Ale, Amber Ale, Pale Ale and a fruity Ale for my Bride, { she is so accomodating }. Sottish Ales and Old Ale are up for mastering in '09.
  • Murphy's Irish Red Ale
  • Kryptonian Ale
  • --None--
    Why bottle when a Pint by the Glass from a tap is so more enjoyable with less hastle.
  • Belgian White

    Kryptonian Ale

    Big basin American Ale

    Rasberry Vanilla Cream Cooler
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: WTB Dual Body Triple Guage regulator on 09-13-2011 at 06:12 PM
    I have a double gauge for sale. One can easily combine a set of regulators via a simple part
    readly available and cost less than 5 $ us.

  • Posted in thread: 5 gal. Rubbermaid large enough? on 09-06-2011 at 05:50 PM
    I purchased a 7 gal RubberMaid from day one along with a false bottom. Total invested was about
    $56 us. I have brewed low and high gravity 5 and 10 gallon batches with it.1) a 10 gal cost is
    average $...

  • Posted in thread: SG frequency - my simplistic approach on 08-14-2011 at 03:43 AM
    Like JKoravos, I too monitor my brew closely. Keep in mind, once your target FG is sustained,
    you need to "condittion" the brew. This done best by racking to a secondary because any trub
    and or cold b...

  • Posted in thread: Racking to carboy through CFC with no March pump on 08-11-2011 at 10:10 PM
    I have icorporated lids from a supplier wich have a second air tight lid. With the use of
    stainless steel tire valve, i apply vaccum to the fermentor bucket and transfer wort.
    Interesting approach we ...

  • Added a new Photo on 08/09/2011

  • Posted in thread: Two Gauge Regulator on 08-09-2011 at 07:04 PM
    I have a two gauge regulator for sale. It is used in good condittion. It was used for nitrogen
    on my soda taps for less than a year. I am asking $45.00 plus shipping via UPS.

  • Posted in thread: Ball Lock or Pin Lock on 08-07-2011 at 07:40 PM
    I recently was awarded some unused equipment from work, two cornelius "pin-lock" 5 gallon kegs.
    Allthough I cannot determine wich is better for my beer dispensing, ( as both styles are used
    for soda o...

  • Posted in thread: My $30 hopback on 08-05-2011 at 05:27 PM
    Good form in your build, congrats on your success. I wish to add to your design by the
    incorporation a pressure relief valve in the lid. As you mentioned the "positive pressure"
    issue, the light came ...

  • Posted in thread: Anti-Bling High Lead Chinese Brass Dirty Cheap Build on 08-05-2011 at 04:38 PM
    suscribed

  • Posted in thread: E-Rims "All Copper" Build on 08-02-2011 at 06:39 PM
    I am looking for a 'how to' build an all copper version of a 110v Rims element. I appreciate
    any advice or links.Thanks in advance :drunk:

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2 COMMENTS
Posted: 
March 12, 2009  •  07:23 AM
Hey do you happen to still be a chef, just curious where your cooking at?



 
Posted: 
April 22, 2009  •  08:38 AM
Are you going to the STL BREW FEST? I have never gone before and was wondering if its a good time?
 
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