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    ABOUT ME

  • 2010 - 5 gallons
    2011 - 97 gallons
    2012 - ?
  • phish,photography,architecture
  • designer
  • derek maloney
  • phish
    moe.
  • dexter
  • body of secrets - james bamford
  • wanted to be able to build my own beers, enjoy styles that i create, share my beers with my friends.
    partial mash/extract
    beers i have brewed:
    -punch you in the ipa
    -maloney's irish stout
    -oktoberfest
    -czech style pils (done with ale yeast)
    -cayenne wheat
    -einfach bier
    -mint chocolate stout
  • r&d
  • wheat, wanna carrot honey?
  • -Mark your Muddle Oak aged ale
  • -punch you in the ipa
    -maloney's irish stout
    -doppel weizen
    -pot luck ale
    -strawberry american honey ale (saha)
    -amber rose ale
    -rye pa
    -imperial saha
    -oktoberfest
    -czech style pils (done with ale yeast)
    -cayenne wheat
    -golden ale
    -mint chocolate stout
    -brilliant brown ale
    -punch you in the rye pa
    -450mhz ipa
    -irish sweet stout
  • -einfach bier
  • Male
  • Single
  • buffalo
  • new york

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 08-16-2012 at 08:23 PM
    this beer is out of control! a huge fan fav! this recipe is going to be a staple brew. i want
    to thank everyone for their input, it was very helpful. for the record, never did add the
    cherries individ...

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 06-20-2012 at 03:03 PM
    okay folks, update: batch has been bottled, final gravity was 1.010, leaving the wort at 9.8%
    before factoring in the maker's contribution. it is now sitting in 23 swing top bottles, 13
    12oz., a 22oz,...

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 04-23-2012 at 09:09 PM
    after four months in the barrel, it is now ready for bottles, where it will sit for months once
    again

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 03-08-2012 at 05:35 PM
    so the wort is in the barrel, aging. about five days ago the airlock started bubbling, about
    once every ten seconds or so. still continues to this day. I do not think it is yeast, is this
    something I ...

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 02-09-2012 at 03:33 PM
    I am looking to add a maraschino cherry to each bottle individually when I transfer my next
    batch to bottles. I ordinarily like my beers slightly under carbed, I use 2/3c dextrose to
    prime my usual ba...

  • Posted in thread: unorthodox priming question on 02-09-2012 at 03:29 PM
    I am looking to add a maraschino cherry to each bottle individually when I transfer my next
    batch to bottles. I ordinarily like my beers slightly under carbed, I use 2/3c dextrose to
    prime my usual ba...

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 02-07-2012 at 08:33 PM
    Thank you so much for those calculations. Seeing them typed out seems like it was a silly
    question on how to figure it out. To answer your questions:1- Honestly not sure why I use both
    LME and DME, I ...

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 02-07-2012 at 03:59 PM
    does anyone have any idea how to figure out what kind of impact adding maker's has to the
    overall alcohol content? I would imagine doing standard gravity reading would tell me after i
    transfer to bott...

  • Posted in thread: brewing with maker's mark on 02-07-2012 at 03:50 PM
    a few have asked for the recipe of this concoction and as I would like to keep it a guarded
    secret I will share it in hopes that someone else brews this and can weigh in on what they
    think. I know it ...

  • Posted in thread: cold crashing on 02-06-2012 at 08:06 PM
    can someone explain to me exactly what this does and how to do it (or a good way to as i am
    sure there are numerous methods.) I understand the concept, what temps are we talking? for what
    period of ti...

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