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    ABOUT ME

  • Washington US
  • Brewing,sewing,and soon woodworking.
  • Receptionist
  • NCIS/Red Dwarf/Good Eats
  • Redwall Series
  • I became interested in brewing by reading the redwall series books. I'm am iching to try Ocotober Ale (real name Nutbrown Ale) and so now I'm determined to make it!
  • Nutbrown Ale (next up)
  • Chinook IPA from NB
  • #1BB Air

    #2CB Air

    #3CB Air
  • Blood Orange Hefe, Ginger Ale, Spiced Ale, Oatmeal Stout
  • Female
  • Single

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Let's see your furry brew buddy! on 08-28-2015 at 09:33 PM
    Here's my old guy Konan, he past away a little while ago but he lived to 14. He was always
    sniffing around during brew day. :) He had a really bad skin infection that was on and off his
    whole life, do...

  • Posted in thread: Question on ice on 08-28-2015 at 09:18 PM
    If the sink is shallow, try the bath tub.Ice in the wort is bad (the sanitized bottle thing has
    been mentioned before). Basically if the ice isn't sanitized first, you are pitching back in
    bacteria. A...

  • Posted in thread: Question on ice on 08-28-2015 at 08:41 PM
    Exactly!You'd cool it down with water as far as it goes. Then use an ice bath to get it down
    the last 10-30 degrees to pitching temps.Some people freeze water bottles, then sanitize them
    in Starsan, b...

  • Posted in thread: Question on ice on 08-28-2015 at 08:33 PM
    I'm a beginner too bit why would you put ice in wort? Put ice in sink or bath instead and then
    put pot on ice. That'll chill it right down without touching your brew/wortBecause my sink is
    very very s...

  • Posted in thread: Question on ice on 08-28-2015 at 08:26 PM
    I have seen some people use ice to cool down their wort faster when the don't have a wort
    chiller. But I've also heard that that is a bad idea as the ice isn't sanitized. Does it make a
    difference if ...

  • Posted in thread: Joe's Ancient Orange Mead on 08-28-2015 at 07:40 PM
    So, being somewhat inquisitive I tried to look into why this recipe works. The orange, along
    with the peel, should be changing the pH of the 'wort' (what'cha call it for mead?) so that it
    is more favo...

  • Posted in thread: Joe's Ancient Orange Mead on 08-28-2015 at 02:52 AM
    Then my suggestion is to swipe out the oranges for a half-bag of frozen mixed berries. Make no
    other changes. :)Sweet, thanks. I'll give that a try.

  • Posted in thread: Joe's Ancient Orange Mead on 08-28-2015 at 01:39 AM
    Do you enjoy (and can your body tolerate) mixed berries?As long as there are no strawberries,
    yes I do.

  • Posted in thread: Joe's Ancient Orange Mead on 08-28-2015 at 12:18 AM
    Sorry if this has been asked, has anyone made this without the orange? I'm allergic to citric
    acid and I don't know how I will handle fermented citrus.

  • Posted in thread: Backsweetining on 08-27-2015 at 10:22 PM
    The latter, I believe. If you have stabilized your wine, then sweeten, you want to make sure
    the yeast isn't going to take off again before it is bottled. Cause it can get messy if it
    does!Thanks, tha...

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