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bio website chrislarson.com
location Brighton, MI
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I'm an avid homebrewer from Michigan.


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accepted What are some methods to increase extraction efficiency and consistency?
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comment How to smoke your malts
Related question: homebrew.stackexchange.com/questions/453/…
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accepted What type of reference beer should I use for flavor doctoring?
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comment Is there anything I need to keep in mind if I double a recipe?
Yes, sir. When you have a higher gravity in the wort, the hop alpha acids won't isomerize as well. So with 250% of the initial water volume in the boil, you'll have a lower initial sugar concentration; allowing for greater isomerization. That's the chemistry as I remember it.
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answered Is there anything I need to keep in mind if I double a recipe?
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comment Force “bubblifying” with something other than CO2
"Dude", seriously. I didn't say it was combustible. I'm only pointing out what I've found on the safetygram. I see no reason to take your word for it otherwise. Settle down.
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comment Force “bubblifying” with something other than CO2
Thanks for the correction regarding the flammability. I made yet another correction :)