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bio website brewershub.com
location Boston, MA
age 29
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seen Aug 7 at 2:11

I'm a web developer who likes to brew my own beer especially the dark stuff. Oh yeah and I like homebrewing so much I build a website dedicated to it: http://brewershub.com/


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awarded  Curious
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comment Brewing Formulas?
jsled, maybe the way to go about this, because I do think it is useful is to do a community wiki page where each entry is a formula with the explanation about how/when/why it is used? Then it is less opinion based on "what do we really need" and more information based.
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
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answered How to store fermenter after use
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awarded  Notable Question
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Dec
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comment Can I leave the sulphites out of my store bought wine kits
Denny, can you provide any insight on to what those effects may be on the flavors by leaving them out? Wondering if there is a way to compensate for leaving them out to obtain the desired flavor.
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awarded  Notable Question
Nov
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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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revised Freezer-pack-based cooling
added 399 characters in body
Aug
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answered Freezer-pack-based cooling
Aug
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answered Advice for converting to outdoor propane brewing
Jul
24
comment Brew In A Bag one-gallon batch?
Oh, forgot to put it in my answer, Whole Foods sells these kits and ingredient kits (at least they do in Boston). If you have a local Whole Foods I would check it out. Or check out the locator to find stores that sell it here: brooklynbrewshop.com/locator
Jul
23
answered Brew In A Bag one-gallon batch?
Jul
17
comment Hop variety resources
More specifically the hops category: brew-dudes.com/category/hops where they blog about the profile of an individual variety occasionally.
Jul
6
comment What is the oily film on the top of my kit beer
When you have this oily shimmer on the top of your beer does that beer not have very good hear retention? This is what I have seen in my beers where this shimmer is present. I get a nice pour with a good head and it disappears in seconds. I haven't been able to figure that one out. Also, the bubbles in these beers are always larger. Not sure what happened, I always use the same priming sugar in every beer (glucose/corn sugar) and I've always attributed it to this oil (which I always thought came from the hops but I'm not totally sure).