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10-22-2011

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    ABOUT ME

  • I have only a few people to thank that got me into the wonderful journey of homebrewing...Chris Weiss, my wife, Mr. Beer, and Craig Farraway....rn Chris Weiss, who I served a tour in Afghanistan with. He mentioned that he wanted to try to brew his own beer when we got home. The idea sounded wonderful to me so when I got home and settled down I had mentioned to my wife that I wanted to try and brew beer, and in turn, she got me a Mr Beer kit for Christmas. Mr. Beer, although my relationship with a Mr Beer kit wasn't that long, I definitely owe thanks to it as it was a wonderful starting platform for a beginner. It taught me the very basics, and broke them down into their simplest methods. and Craig Farraway for the YouTube inspiration. Watching his instructional videos about how to make beer on an advanced level definitely reassured me that I would to be able to do it too, so you could say that he was somewhat of a mentor to me. Without them I wouldn't be doing what I am today.
  • Everything
  • Primary #1: rnrnPrimary #2: Empty
  • Secondary #1: Big Bourbon Brown AlernrnSecondary #2:
  • San Francisco Pale Ale, rnSierra Nevada Pale Ale clone, rnChristmas Ale, rnChocolate Cherry Oatmeal Cream Imperial Stout, Peat Smoked Pennsylvania Maple Wheat Ale, Midnight Black Cascadian Dark Ale, Boxing Day Baltic Porter, Sixpoint Sweet Action Clone
  • :( Not kegging yet :(
  • Male
  • Married
  • Levittown
  • NY

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-28-2013 at 12:27 AM
    I'm in Ronkonkoma, been brewing a little over a year (extract) and also a member of LIBME.The
    site is up, but there is an issue where it's not redirecting you when you go to the
    Beermalt.org domain. Y...

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-21-2013 at 03:38 AM
    Avid brewer over here from Glen Cove. Been brewing for 4-5 years now and make atleast 3-4
    batches a month. Also interned at the Greenport Harbor Brewery for a few months. Just wanted to
    recommend Kedc...

  • Posted in thread: Post your "Untappd" user name! on 02-21-2013 at 03:21 AM
    I know I posted my previous user name, but have changed it since then. New name:
    https://untappd.com/user/_Snotty ...Send me a friend request! Oh, and by the way...That's not
    my actual name. You can s...

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-15-2013 at 04:10 PM
    Will you let temp increase as it ferments or control temp? Sounds like you are planning to
    control. No, I'm just gonna let it ride along with at the ambient temperature in my house, If
    it's something ...

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-14-2013 at 07:43 PM
    What yeast strain and temperature? I used a dry Belgian Saison yeast (Lallemand Belle Saison).
    I've never used it before so I'm anxious to see how it comes out. I'm fermenting at 68-70. I
    was going to...

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-10-2013 at 05:34 PM
    Sounds good! I brewed a "traditional" Saison. I did a little research on the style and found
    out that there really was no characteristics to this style other than they were thought to have
    been around...

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-09-2013 at 07:23 PM
    hey toast! nice array of beers in the sig. Sark, I'm guessing that a two foot snow pack will
    get the job done.Thanks! That's not up to date though, I can't seem to update/save my new sig.
    By the way, ...

  • Posted in thread: Who is brewing on Long Island? on 02-08-2013 at 03:05 AM
    Hey what's up guys?! I'm in Levittown. I've been homebrewing for 2 years, been doing all grain
    brewing for just a little over a year.

  • Posted in thread: Post your "Untappd" user name! on 09-07-2012 at 06:09 PM
    I could use a few more virtual drinking buddies, Send me a f/r please. Thanks. Username is:
    Robtoast

  • Posted in thread: Mash dropping fairly rapid... on 04-07-2012 at 09:22 PM
    Are you guys mashing in insulated drinking water coolers or chest coolers? I use a drinking
    water cooler type and have done 90 minute mashes and only losing about a degree the whole
    duration.

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"Top Floor Brew Works" Primary1: Midnight Black Cascadian Dark Ale Primary2: Sierra Nevada Ruthless Rye Clone Secondary1: Big Bourbon Brown Ale Secondary2: Belgian Saison
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