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"Wait, so you're telling me I can make beer? At home? And it can be good?! I'm in."

Mar
9
accepted What is a proper blow-off tube setup?
Mar
9
asked What is a proper blow-off tube setup?
Mar
9
comment Reusing yeast at home
Extremely interested in this!
Mar
9
accepted Can a twist-off bottle be capped?
Mar
5
revised Adding Oak Flavor/character to beer
edited tags
Mar
5
comment Adding Oak Flavor/character to beer
Oak chips have given me the most favorable flavor (with the suggestion of whiskey for sanitization in this question: brewadvice.com/questions/244/…)
Mar
5
answered Parts per million
Mar
5
comment Parts per million
This answer will undoubtedly involve mols. /gets out the popcorn and chemistry text book
Mar
5
comment Can a twist-off bottle be capped?
Interesting. No trouble with breaking them like JackSmith mentioned?
Mar
3
asked Can a twist-off bottle be capped?
Mar
3
revised What are the easiest and hardest commercial beer bottles to re-use for homebrew?
added unique-interesting section
Feb
4
comment Beer Pairing: Stuffed Shells with Tomato Sauce
Who down-voted? This is a great intersection topic for this community.
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: Steeping
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: Cellaring
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: Boiling
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: The Chill
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: Equipment Storage
Jan
20
comment Shorter Brew Day
What sort of chilling system are you using?
Jan
13
accepted Ale Fermentation Temp. Too Cold?
Jan
12
comment How much chocolate extract should I use?
Chocolate extract is just about the only form of chocolate i didn't put in my stout. I used Bakers chocolate in the boil and added cocoa into my secondary. Wasn't able to find chocolate extract in time. If it were me, I'd go with more than less, but I was making a double chocolate stout.