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location Seattle, WA
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seen Aug 25 '14 at 19:23

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


Nov
13
revised What material should I make my brew paddle with?
added link
Nov
13
asked How are 10-gallon batches commonly fermented?
Nov
12
answered What material should I make my brew paddle with?
Nov
12
accepted How do I convert between all-grain and extract recipes?
Nov
12
accepted Are bottle brushes necessary?
Nov
12
accepted What's the difference between 2-row and 6-row malt?
Nov
12
answered What does Irish Moss do?
Nov
12
answered How do you sparge small amounts of grain in a partial mash recipe?
Nov
12
comment I want to make a Rauchbier. How do I go about smoking my grain?
I didn't taste the grain, no.
Nov
12
answered I want to make a Rauchbier. How do I go about smoking my grain?
Nov
12
answered Do Oxygen Absorbing Caps Make Any Difference
Nov
11
comment What's the point of going all-grain?
There's a giant misconception that all-grain brewing is somehow complicated and takes way more time. The only major extra time comes from mashing; the rest is pretty much the same.
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?