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bio website stackoverflow.com/users/96643/…
location Seattle, WA
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 9 months
seen Aug 6 '13 at 0:50

I'm a software engineer and homebrewer in Seattle, WA.


Nov
11
accepted What can I do with my spent grain after mashing?
Nov
10
asked What can I do with my spent grain after mashing?
Nov
10
comment What kind of paper should I use for bottle labels?
I need to try this!
Nov
10
accepted How long should a barleywine be aged before bottling?
Nov
10
comment What are some good online sources for recipes?
Should be CW since there's no single "right" answer.
Nov
10
answered Hops: Buy vs. Grow
Nov
10
asked How do I convert between all-grain and extract recipes?
Nov
10
asked What's the difference between 2-row and 6-row malt?
Nov
10
answered Hard cider with pasteurized regular cider
Nov
10
answered Does bottle color matter for a given beer style?
Nov
10
answered How can I make sure my bottle cap is sealed tightly?
Nov
10
comment How should bulk DME be stored?
I didn't realize they sold bags of DME that large!
Nov
10
comment What is the minimum amount of equipment to dabble in All-Grain?
"A full grain boil starts at around 7 gallons." This depends on recipe, of course. I have a 7.5 gallon pot I used for AG boils and my pre-boil volume can range anywhere from 6 to 7 gallons depending on style and recipe.
Nov
10
comment How to adjust alcohol content of a beer?
Adding too much sucrose can result in cidery off-flavors as well.
Nov
10
answered How can I prime for bottle conditioning without oxidizing the beer?
Nov
10
answered AHS 1% alcohol boost?
Nov
10
answered Using yeast from a local brewery
Nov
10
comment Any good iPhone/iPad apps for brewing?
Should be Community Wiki
Nov
10
comment What's the point of going all-grain?
This pretty much sums it up.
Nov
9
awarded  Nice Answer