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    ABOUT ME

  • Wrzburg, Germany
  • My name is Chris Sullivan, I'm from Portland, Oregon and am an avid homebrewer located currently in Bavaria, Germany
  • running,photography,brewing,travel
  • Engineer
  • Chris Sullivan
  • Alternative, Classic Rock, 80's
  • Oregon Brew Club (OBC)
  • I have always been interested in the process of brewing beer. I first started by attending a free brew demo with my girlfriend at the LHBS (F.H. Steinbarts, Portland, OR). I was just recently given a home brew setup by a friend Bob Gregg to borrow since he heard I was extremely interested. I have now already brewed two extract beers and am waiting to keg and put on tap with my kegerator setup. rnThe first two beers are a Dunkelweizen (Garfunkel Dunkel) and a Red Ale (Wild Hopped Red). Both are in primaries as of friday (10-23-09)rnThe anticipation is killing me! I am very interested in german beers (because of my german family and heritage) but am open to all beer types for tasting.rnand brewing.rnThe community here has been nothing but helpful and has made my experience much more interesting and fun.rnI am always trying to learn more to return the favor.rnThanks, and Prost!rn- Chris, aka TheGerman
  • Garfunkel Dunkel - DunkelweizenrnWild Hopped Red - Red Ale
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  • None Yet, but hopefully soon!
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"Whoever serves beer watered down, he himself deserves in them to drown" Primary: Garfunkel Dunkel, Wild Hopped Red Secondary: empty Kegged: empty Planning: "warming" nut brown, schwarzbier, kellerbier
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