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    ABOUT ME

  • Naples, italy
  • I am a pilot in the US Navy. Stationed in Italy, supplies are hard to come by. Always accepting care packages!!!
  • Rock climbing,flying,wakeboarding,sky diving,cooking,hunting,being outdoors
  • Navy Pilot
  • William Ross McGehee
  • Classic Rock and Classical
  • No TV
  • Count of Monte Cristo
    Into Thin Air
    Ultimate High
  • Just wanted good beer in Oklahoma City - make your own... Randomly got the idea to brew it myself and went from there.

    First beer: Overhang Amber Ale. Then: Summer Wheat, IPA, Stout, Amber remake, New Wheat and IPA, Abdij from a can...
  • Zilch
  • Niente
  • Crap Amber, ****ty Stout
  • 3 year natural fermentation cherry sour without cherries right now.
  • Male
  • Married

LATEST ACTIVITY

  • Posted in thread: Midwest Grain Crush Update on 08-03-2011 at 12:30 PM
    To begin this topic, I'm not an employee, or otherwise compensated by Midwest Brewing in any
    way for my review of their products. After a forums search for Midwest grain crush, I ended up
    reading a lo...

  • Posted in thread: Breaking all the rules of Repitching Yeast on 07-11-2011 at 09:31 PM
    TWG2,YGPM. I'm doing something similar minus the cider, but with addition of fresh packets as
    well. Hit me up offline for a brew session!~Wm

  • Posted in thread: Is this what Crushed Grains are supposed to look like? on 07-05-2011 at 02:51 PM
    Yeah, I read that. I didn't create a new thread since this one already addressed the issue,,
    hence my post within. My question specifically addresses post numbers 1, 48, 60, and 70. I'm
    asking if in t...

  • Posted in thread: Is this what Crushed Grains are supposed to look like? on 07-05-2011 at 08:12 AM
    Anyone have follow-up information on this issue? Im just trying to get good information so i
    know what to expect. I just ordered five AG kits from Midwest and shipped them to Italy. I am
    curious of th...

  • Posted in thread: Exciting Accidental Introduction to Wild Brewing!!! on 10-21-2010 at 03:11 AM
    Interesting point. I didn't think to consider the lactic acid. Again, first time with sour
    beer. I'm glad you're taking such an interest in keeping me on a semi-straight path. I also
    appreciate the th...

  • Posted in thread: Exciting Accidental Introduction to Wild Brewing!!! on 10-19-2010 at 04:05 AM
    So it is indeed possible that I have a batch of lactic acid juice and ethanol that produces
    CO2, but there may not be a specifi. Yeast strain involved?I never thought my basic laziness
    could catalyze ...

  • Posted in thread: Exciting Accidental Introduction to Wild Brewing!!! on 10-19-2010 at 03:00 AM
    Yeah, I understood you meant the water. It would indeed become stagnant, but probably only
    after a month!So it is definitely beer as far as I can tell. I hooked up the pressure vent line
    to the CO2 si...

  • Posted in thread: Exciting Accidental Introduction to Wild Brewing!!! on 10-17-2010 at 04:38 AM
    I see. Well, I'm shipping out to Italy for three years and will be leaving the keg with an open
    hose hooked up to the CO2 side in a bucket of water while I'm gone. I needed another keg
    anyway, so it w...

  • Posted in thread: Exciting Accidental Introduction to Wild Brewing!!! on 10-17-2010 at 04:14 AM
    Ok. Well, we shall see how it ages I guess. It is currently fermenting in the corny. So even
    though the density decreased per the hydrometer and potential alcohol says from 1.012 OG to
    1.2% alcohol co...

  • Posted in thread: Exciting Accidental Introduction to Wild Brewing!!! on 10-16-2010 at 06:38 AM
    So my buddy and I made a Trippel a few weeks ago with the intent of making Revvy's BW
    afterwards. We ran out of time. So we had all this 2 row and pale malt grain left over with
    intentions of making a...

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