22,019 reputation
21444
bio website
location Norway
age 41
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Jul 9 at 18:15

AG brewer since 2007. Current rig is a clone plus extras of http://theelectricbrewery.com. I like most styles of beer.

Projects in progress are a custom kegbot that tracks beer consumption without a flowmeter, a brewpi fermentation controller and a digital specific gravity meter.


Jun
16
reviewed No Action Needed Safely adding enzymes (e.g. Beano) to lower final gravity
Jun
14
answered 1 Litre bottles losing carbonation after opening
Jun
14
reviewed No Action Needed 1 Litre bottles losing carbonation after opening
Jun
14
reviewed Reviewed What are essential minerals to added to water which is filtered through Reverse Osmosis, when to be added whether after or before Ozonisation
Jun
14
comment What are essential minerals to added to water which is filtered through Reverse Osmosis, when to be added whether after or before Ozonisation
It's quite unclear what you are asking. What do you mean by essential minerals? Are you specifically thinking of brewing here? What is your goal/what are you trying to achieve?
Jun
14
revised What are essential minerals to added to water which is filtered through Reverse Osmosis, when to be added whether after or before Ozonisation
deleted 71 characters in body
Jun
13
reviewed No Action Needed How much CO2 should I expect to use up when force carbonating?
Jun
11
reviewed No Action Needed Remove smell from barrel
Jun
10
comment first stage beer seems slow (stopped?)
That's simply not true - beer is often well above 1.005 when it's bottled. What you need to watch out for is that you don't bottle until it's finished fermenting - that you get the same SG reading 3 days apart. I would wait a few more days, then check the gravity - if it's still 1.016 then you can go ahead and bottle.
Jun
10
comment first stage beer seems slow (stopped?)
What was the expected final gravity?
Jun
9
reviewed Reject suggested edit on Adding Vanilla Extract?
Jun
9
reviewed Reviewed Fruit for fruit beers
Jun
9
comment Fruit for fruit beers
I recently met up with one of the brewers from Lost Abbey, he was telling me for their Lost and Found Dubbel they use a large tray and a flamethrower to caramelize the raisins!
Jun
7
revised Espresso Shot (size)
typo
Jun
7
reviewed No Action Needed Espresso Shot (size)
Jun
5
comment What is the highest temp. to age a Russian imperial stout?
"The bigger beers tend to fare better with higher temperatures - the darker malts act as anti-oxidants."
Jun
5
reviewed No Action Needed Winemaking Clubs in Greater DC area
Jun
3
comment Could honey be the reason for a rather bitter beer
Good point Graham, I had planned to mention that. It's a lovely malt, but like you say, can be excessively sweet.
Jun
3
answered Could honey be the reason for a rather bitter beer
Jun
2
answered What is the highest temp. to age a Russian imperial stout?