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02-19-2010

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    ABOUT ME

  • Brewing since Mr. Beer kit bought with mall gift certificate in 1999
  • Beer,fast cars,and hot wife
  • radiologist
  • metal
  • heartbreak ridgerntaken is a close second
  • good eatsrnwhat wife watches
  • The Dresden Filesrnspenser novelsrnGame of Thronesrnanything related to beerrnnothing related to work
  • AHA
  • Got a $100 gift certificate to mall. Bought a Mr. Beer Kit. First batch got flushed. so did #2. Called for help and told to read Charlie's book. Batch 3 (augmented with stuff from LHBS) was awesome at the time. rnStill into it, though with less time than ever, and more enthusiasm than ever.
  • Loving my own variations on the Alaskan Brewing Co Amber alernAnything with loads of hops!rnGot to keep a Dry Irish stout online at all times
  • Dubbel (1.078)rnIIPA (1.072)rnAmerican Pale AlernDry Stout - Beamish stylernLevitation Ale Clone
  • British Pale AlernMild AlernESBrnRed Ale
  • Who bottles?
  • Nothing!
  • Male
  • Married
  • near Orlando
  • FL

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: HERMS Design Advice on 07-02-2015 at 08:53 PM
    Don't forget to recirculate the mash before running through the HERMS coil. Seems would be a
    good idea.

  • Posted in thread: Roasted barley--mash or steep? on 07-02-2015 at 08:47 PM
    I did the steep roasted barley thing on my last stout. It worked great, and it's the best
    (Irish dry) stout I've brewed to date. I used hot water in a 3 quart beverage cooler at mash
    in. I just eyebal...

  • Posted in thread: Water/Grist Ratio's effect on pH on 07-02-2015 at 08:32 PM
    You will find recommended ranges for certain minerals in the mash once you begin tinkering with
    that spreadsheet. I think that using distilled water for the mash will result in unfavorable
    mineral con...

  • Posted in thread: Going electric, where to start on 07-02-2015 at 08:13 PM
    Stainless

  • Posted in thread: Coffee: Ingredients, Roasting, Grinding, Brewing, and Tasting on 07-02-2015 at 08:03 PM
    Following up on this. Roasted a batch going back to using the P1 program until browning.
    Keeping an eye on the chamber temp, it seemed to switch off the elements at 295F. I let it go
    in that program u...

  • Posted in thread: Coffee: Ingredients, Roasting, Grinding, Brewing, and Tasting on 07-02-2015 at 07:58 PM
    Saw this cool learning site for coffee lectures (premium $ ) but check it
    out.CoffeeBootCamp.comTD

  • Posted in thread: Going electric, where to start on 07-02-2015 at 06:06 PM
    Lots of good information in that thread, thanks!Question about brew table sizing. Kettles are
    17.75" diameter, three in a row. Thinking 24" front to back, 66" minimum left to right which
    leave about 3...

  • Posted in thread: Coffee: Ingredients, Roasting, Grinding, Brewing, and Tasting on 07-01-2015 at 08:09 PM
    So what does inverted press mean?Do you fill and then attach the plunger to seal it, and then
    invert the press (to keep from leaking through the filter paper during the steeping ?) so that
    it's upside...

  • Posted in thread: Coffee: Ingredients, Roasting, Grinding, Brewing, and Tasting on 07-01-2015 at 02:30 PM
    Nice! I haven't roasted any Kenyan beans yet. I too have a travel bag!! Aero press, water
    canteen, scale, grinder, scale, timer, thermometer in mine!! Cordless drill for grinder duty.

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