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bio website twitter.com/jordanrounds
location San Diego, CA
age 29
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seen Oct 22 '10 at 15:50
Programmer and Homebrewer that lives in San Diego.

Feb
5
answered Airlock Alternatives
Feb
2
comment What about opened LME cans?
I would think it might be better to remove it from the can similar to storing canned food after opening?
Jan
25
accepted Steeping grain time
Jan
25
revised Steeping grain time
added 94 characters in body
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: The Chill
Jan
25
answered Small Space & Apartment Brewing: Equipment Storage
Jan
23
asked Steeping grain time
Jan
15
comment [WIKI] Bottle Sanitizing Techniques - Pros & Cons
Wow I can't believe never thought about needing to sanitize the bottle tree. That seems like something quite important that I was overlooking.
Jan
14
awarded  Enthusiast
Jan
11
answered Ale Fermentation Temp. Too Cold?
Jan
11
comment Uses for spent grains
I was thinking feeding it to chickens as well. It seems more and more common for people to keep chickens as pets in the city.
Jan
8
comment Shipping beer cheaply
Yeah it seems safer shipping through UPS or FedEx. I have however had a friend ship beer through USPS without issue a number of times, but I suppose its only a matter of time before he runs into a problem.
Jan
7
answered Shipping beer cheaply
Jan
6
accepted Adding Bourbon flavor to a beer
Jan
6
comment Using champagne yeast
Thanks for the info on the bottles. I would want it to be really bubbly. I was hoping to get away with capped bottles, but corked makes sense.
Jan
6
comment Adding Bourbon flavor to a beer
Yeah a barrel was really not an option. I thought about soaking oak chips in bourbon, and throwing them in there, but I figured there would be more control of the flavor if the bourbon was just poured in right at bottling. We just added an ounce or two at a time and tested until it tasted right. I guess it just seemed too easy, compared to aging in a barrel like the big guys do it.
Jan
6
asked Using champagne yeast
Jan
6
asked Adding Bourbon flavor to a beer
Jan
6
comment Salty flavor in beer?
I think this sounds like a good experiment.
Jan
5
answered Gosebier- a unique style