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bio website startingabrewery.wordpress.co…
location Denver, CO
age 30
visits member for 4 years, 8 months
seen Mar 5 at 18:01

I make beer and websites.


Jan
7
comment Shipping beer cheaply
From my understanding, lying (overtly or covertly) to the USPS is a federal offense, and getting caught is really really bad. UPS / FedEx, you're just breaking their rules, which can get you in trouble with the company but no legal ramifications. I'm looking into this more though.
Jan
7
asked Shipping beer cheaply
Jan
6
comment Adding Bourbon flavor to a beer
Where would one find such chips?
Jan
6
comment Using champagne yeast
Also, it's 007. Which is fun.
Jan
6
answered Using champagne yeast
Jan
6
answered Adding Bourbon flavor to a beer
Jan
6
comment Dry yeast vs wet yeast
Would you like to start a community wiki on different methods of fermentation management?
Jan
6
comment Wort Chiller Cool Down Times?
Want want want.
Jan
6
asked Salty flavor in beer?
Jan
5
answered Dry yeast vs wet yeast
Jan
4
comment Beer Refrigeration Suggestions (Long Term)
Bigger: twitpic.com/np3ly
Jan
4
comment Beer Refrigeration Suggestions (Long Term)
Thanks Jeremiah! Do you have any links to those designs? I'd love to see what you're talking about. And I'm saving the beer for later, silly. Trust me, I drink fast enough. (Growing beer belly proves it)
Jan
4
answered How do I clean a sankey pump?
Jan
4
comment Beer Refrigeration Suggestions (Long Term)
If only I owned my house... The kegerator is a full size fridge, the other two beer-only fridges are mini-fridges. And the food one is full size, but the bottom shelf is being taken over.
Jan
4
revised Beer Refrigeration Suggestions (Long Term)
edited tags
Jan
4
asked Beer Refrigeration Suggestions (Long Term)
Jan
4
answered All-Grain to Extract and Steeping
Jan
4
answered Brewing with Aluminum Pots
Jan
3
comment Stirring the wort…
I bought it. I don't think it's too hard to build them either. I really want a plate chiller, which I'm pretty sure I can't build.
Jan
2
answered Stirring the wort…