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location Bryan, TX
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Unscrambler of eggs, brewer/founder of New Republic Brewing. Whether working or playing I enjoy exercise & sporting, folksy-punk-rockish-bluesy-nerdcore music and mathematics.

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[1725.4 km, 224.4º] Apparent Rennerian


Dec
18
comment Using coffee in beer
A friend of mine used hot-brewed coffee in a stout. I did not taste burnt flavors.
Dec
18
answered Secondary size?
Dec
18
comment What's the difference between primary & secondary fermentation?
I do not mean to skip the conditioning phase of fermentation. My beers stay in the same fermenter for 4-6 weeks. Even if I add post-fermentation flavors.
Dec
17
awarded  Student
Dec
17
awarded  Self-Learner
Dec
17
awarded  Scholar
Dec
17
accepted What are your homebrew club dues?
Dec
17
answered Alpha acids vs. beta acids in aging?
Dec
17
awarded  Commentator
Dec
17
awarded  Critic
Dec
17
comment Alpha acids vs. beta acids in aging?
What's your source for β-acid destruction in wort boil?
Dec
16
answered First Time Homebrewer Setup
Dec
16
revised What's the difference between primary & secondary fermentation?
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Dec
15
comment Is a 5 gallon bucket too big for 3 gallon recipe?
Posted a new question with my answer. homebrew.stackexchange.com/questions/866/…
Dec
15
comment Is a 5 gallon bucket too big for 3 gallon recipe?
Posted a new question with this answer.
Dec
15
comment What are your homebrew club dues?
How does renting club equipment work?
Dec
15
revised Temperature Control for Fermentation
added 96 characters in body
Dec
15
comment Temperature Control for Fermentation
The duck-in cooler cost me about $380. I have not been able to measure the energy consumption because I moved to a new house just before installing the thing. No historical data. My little project was inspired by Jamil's brewshed (mrmalty.com/brewstuff.php). He figures it costs him $2-3 per month (to cool a much larger space to a lower temperature).
Dec
15
comment Temperature Control for Fermentation
The duck-in cooler cost me about $300. I have not been able to measure the energy consumption because I moved to a new house just before installing the thing. No historical data. My little project was inspired by Jamil's brewshed (mrmalty.com/brewstuff.php). He figures it costs him $2-3 per month.
Dec
15
comment What's the difference between primary & secondary fermentation?
Or the point where final gravity stabilizes.