Reputation
2,962
Top tag
Next privilege 3,500 Rep.
Protect questions
Badges
10 22
Impact
~276k people reached

Dec
27
revised What is 'Batch Size'?
added 264 characters in body
Dec
21
asked What is 'Batch Size'?
Dec
19
answered Commercial brewery house yeast
Dec
8
answered How to improve efficiency of water usage..?
Dec
7
awarded  Yearling
Dec
1
comment CO2 Bottle inside or outside Keezer?
That's a whole other question. Try googling it first.
Nov
30
comment CO2 Bottle inside or outside Keezer?
But is the PSI readout correct, regardless of temperature?
Nov
28
asked How long should I keep a lambic at fermentation temperature?
Nov
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
30
comment DIY Thermoelectric Cooler (TEC / Peltier) Fermentation Chamber
I'm upvoting this question because I'm hoping for some good answers. I looked into TEC for a while, but never could find any definitive details on using it in brewing.
Oct
30
revised DIY Thermoelectric Cooler (TEC / Peltier) Fermentation Chamber
Made it clear what TEC was an acronym for.
Oct
30
comment DIY Thermoelectric Cooler (TEC / Peltier) Fermentation Chamber
Thermo-electric cooling.
Oct
18
revised Are there any particular steps to fixing a batch of beer with extra trub / hot-break, or should it settle (as best as possible) on its own?
added 3 characters in body
Oct
16
answered What can I do to ensure my high OG wort ferments well?
Oct
16
revised What are the effects of transferring a mash before lautering?
added 419 characters in body
Oct
14
comment What are the effects of transferring a mash before lautering?
After transferring the mash back to the MLT I began recirculation.
Oct
14
comment What are the effects of transferring a mash before lautering?
I did recirculate quite a few times, more than normal. The grain bed was settled enough so that the wort was free of grain bits, but the wort remained quite cloudy.
Oct
14
asked What are the effects of transferring a mash before lautering?
Oct
12
answered Ancient Brewing Techniques
Oct
6
comment Best way to store empty kegs
I like the pressure-testing technique!