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bio website am.aurlien.net
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Norwegian software developer and home brewer, winner of the Norwegian 2010 christmas beer competition.


Jun
16
answered What to look for in second-hand kegs?
May
29
answered What causes “rush” carbonation when adding sugar?
Feb
23
comment Any good iPhone/iPad apps for brewing?
BeerAlchemy for iPad has been out for a while ($9.99), and the iPhone version has gotten a lot cheaper at $4.99. I use the iPhone version all the time, and love it.
Feb
21
awarded  Scholar
Feb
21
revised Off-flavors from bottle conditioning, but not kegging
added 162 characters in body
Feb
21
accepted Off-flavors from bottle conditioning, but not kegging
Feb
17
awarded  Student
Feb
17
asked Off-flavors from bottle conditioning, but not kegging
Feb
14
revised What software do most brewers use?
Updated prices for beeralchemy touch
Feb
7
answered Wyeast 3944 Slow to Work
Feb
1
answered Need help with my 1st IPA recipe
Jan
24
revised What software do most brewers use?
Added BeerAlchemy
Jan
24
awarded  Critic
Jan
12
answered Boiling bottle caps
Dec
2
answered Critical Steps to follow for any homebrew beer recipe or process
Dec
2
comment Dry Irish Stout Tastes very much like grain
Sounds like you've nailed it. And I think you're right, I have never seen a stout recipe that didn't use a pale base malt.
Dec
1
answered What would make a good mulled ale?
Nov
26
comment 90-minute boil for pilsner malt?
This. If you have a good rolling boil you can probably get away with 60-70 minutes, but it doesn't hurt to play it safe :-) It's also important to cool the wort quickly, as DMS is produced above a certain temperature threshold, and only evaporates when the wort is boiling.
Nov
22
answered High-gravity beer stored too cold to carbonate during bottle conditioning. How can I carbonate this beer?
Nov
19
comment Force “bubblifying” with something other than CO2
Technically you're not "carbonating" if you're not adding CO2