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location Mt Juliet, TN
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I've been brewing since spring 2008. The more I do it, the more I enjoy it, and I love learning new information and new techniques.

I really like the fact that brewing combines and applies knowledge from so many different realms, and much like cooking, ends up with the best results being considered as works of art as much of science and engineering.


Jan
25
awarded  Proofreader
Jan
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is a yeast starter required when brewing a lager?
Jan
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How much beer can I do with a 5L pot
Jan
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How do you strain pellet hops out of wort or beer?
Jan
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Spigot broke on primary fermentation bucket
Jan
23
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can I use old Crush or RC bottles for bottling?
Jan
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to Properly Oxygenate Wort
Jan
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Open-Fermented or Native Yeast Beers
Jan
18
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Per-bottle priming tablets?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it OK to starting fermentation while wort is still warm?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it OK to starting fermentation while wort is still warm?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Will refrigeration help carbonate my beer?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Can I bottle condition / carbonate my Hefeweizen at “room” temperature (74-78 degrees)?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Off flavor of kegged Wheat beer
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Will refrigeration help carbonate my beer?
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is there a way to protect beer from freezing in a garage with no electricity
Jan
15
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Will this Pilsner technique work?
Jan
14
comment Will Jalapeno or Habanero peppers adversely effect yeast
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capsaicin#Natural_function "...there is evidence that capsaicin evolved as an anti-fungal agent. The fungal pathogen, Fusarium, is known to infect wild chilies which reduces seed viability. Capsaicin deters the fungus, and in doing so limits this form of predispersal seed mortality."
Jan
10
comment Irish Red Recipe
meta.homebrew.stackexchange.com/questions/11/recipe-questions We can help you change the flavor profile of a recipe that you've already got, but we can't help you come up with recipes.